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Long Island Bonsai Society
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WELCOME TO THE LONG ISLAND BONSAI SOCIETY!

Monday, March 9th, 2015
 7:30pm Basic Bonsai -  Jim Stopfer -  Fertilization
Jim Doyle – Engelman Spruce  demonstration- 8:00pm  

Jim Doyle’s workshop is limited to 8 members.  It quickly filled and I have a waiting list for members who would like to take it.

The cost is $75 and must be paid, if not before, then  the day of the workshop.  All checks can be mailed to Joe Lesnik at 129 S. Plaisted Avenue, Hauppauge, NY  11788.  If for some reason you are unable to attend, please notify Ceil at ceil@jaglabs.com or (516) 250-8109 as soon as possible so that we can substitute another member to take your place.  We are committed to 8 members taking the workshop.

The workshop is not held at our normal location but the room where the Arbor Day Exhibit is held in the Hay Barn courtyard, we are in a room on the right side starting at 10:30AM.  Look for Chris Forino who is attending.  You do not pay the parking fee as I will have a list of names submitted to Planting Fields allowing your free entry and you can park your car close to the workshop.  Any questions, please feel free to contact Ceil at the above means of contact.

We meet in the Classroom in the Main Greenhouse of Planting Fields Arboretum located in Oyster Bay, Long Island  NY
VISITORS ARE WELCOME

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