Holiday Herb Compound Butter & Cream Cheese Spreads
Join certified Master Gardners Jeanne Richard and Charlotte Nunnery in this workshop to learn how to elevate your holiday table and edible gift giving using fresh sage, rosemary and thyme. Class fees cover a tasting of delicious herbed dishes, creation of take-home butter & cream cheese spreads and recipes.
- When: Saturday, October 28, 9:00am – noon
- Location: Texas Agrilife Extension building, 1605 N. Main Street, Belton
- Cost: $20
- Register at email@example.com
Thursday Evening Seminars: Open to the Community
Location: Master Gardener Learning Center at the 1605 N. Main, Belton Texas.
Our seminars are free but the BCMGA will accept donations of up to $5.00.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
February 16 – Honeybees and Native Bees March 16 – Peaches & Plums April 20, 6:00pm – Drip Irrigation May 18 – Landscaping with Native Plants June 15 – Soil Health July 20 – Hummingbirds & Pollinators August 17 – Blackberries September 21 – Migrating Monarchs
- October 19 – Onions & Garlic
- November 16 – Planting Trees
To schedule a speaker at your event complete the request form here.
BCMGA is pleased to offer monthly seminars for Central Texas Gardeners presented by Certified Bell County Master Gardeners on a variety of gardening topics, from landscaping to irrigation to controlling pests and much more. We hope you find a topic that interests you and will join us for these fun and instructional classes, usually on Thursday nights.
The classroom is located in the Learning Center to the left of the Agrilife Extension offices, 1605 N. Main Street in Belton and shares the same parking lot. Seminars are free of charge but a $5 donation is accepted to cover handouts, etc. Snacks and drawings for prizes will be part of program plans.
To register email us at email@example.com or if a Bell County Master Gardener, you may signup on VMS.
*It is important if you register and cannot attend to let us know so materials can be obtained only for those attending and to ensure everyone can come and we don’t have to turn down attendees due to room occupancy…
BCMGA Mission Statement
The Bell County Master Gardeners Association assists the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in providing high quality, relevant, research-based horticultural education and service to the residents of Bell County and the state of Texas through outreach, teaching, and demonstration projects. Read More