Monday, May 15 | 11:30am social; 12:00pm lunch | Cost $15/person

Are you interested in learning about native wildflowers, the history of our gardens at Prince of Peace, or strategies for outwitting the creatures who want to wreak havoc in your garden? Whether you were born with a green thumb or simply take delight in the fruits of others’ labors, you won’t want to miss this event on May 15th!

Roger Hintze, a member of our congregation since 1978, grew up on a farm near Rochester, Minnesota where he began nurturing a love of gardening at just 5 years of age. Years later, he graduated from the University of Minnesota with BS and MS degrees in Horticulture, Botany and Plant Physiology. He enjoyed a long career in the agricultural field and continues to use his knowledge and experience here at Prince of Peace where he is active in maintaining the campus grounds, Karen Gardens and the church flower beds, as well as caring for the interior plant collection.

Please let us know you are coming to this event by adding your name to the sign-up sheet in the narthex. Guests are always welcome, so invite your family and friends – but don’t forget to add their names to the sign-up sheet, too, so we can plan accordingly!