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Sept. 15 - Great Barrington
Berkshire Grown Supper

Sept. 14 - Sharon
Alzheimer's Benefit

Sept. 13 - New Lebanon
Rock My Religion Gala

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Welcoming A Royal Gardener to the Berkshires

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You rarely see men wearing ties in the Berkshires, but then you rarely see a royal gardener in our neck of the woods. The trustees of the Berkshire Botanical Garden had a cocktail party on February 12 to welcome Debs Goodenough, Head Gardener to HRH Prince Charles, who would be speaking the next day at BBG’s sold-out winter lecture in the auditorium at Monument Mountain Regional High School.  Everyone who met Ms. Goodenough (left with BBG trustee Ian Hooper) agreed she was delightfully down to earth.
 
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BBG trustee Honey Sharp with builder Lou Boxer; BBG executive director Molly Boxer with artist Betsy Dovydenas.
 
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Bob Hyland of Loomis Creek Nursery in Hudson, NY, with BBG vice-chair Madeline Hooper

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Connecticut gardener and volunteer fireman Scott Robinson and farmer Roberto Flores; BBG trustee Judie Owens and BBG director of horticulture Dorthe Hviid.

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