Grown in Mississauga

Grown in Mississauga

presented by Megan Wiles and Elizabeth Underhill

As gardening season approaches, the Museums of Mississauga look back at the foods that were grown and harvested in Mississauga, and share ways you can attract pollinators to help your garden grow!

Part of the Older Adults Tuesday Coffee Talk series, pre-registration is not required.

Please visit their website https://www.mississauga.ca/recreation-and-sports/stay-home-stay-active/stay-home-stay-active-virtual-activities-for-older-adults/ on the day of the talk and click on the link under Tuesday Coffee Talk to join automatically.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Free Event
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