New Internet Calendar for Home Gardeners

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Home gardeners and garden clubs are invited to add their gardening events to our free Internet calendar. There's lots of room to include event details and contact information. You can add a photograph, make lists, bold and underline text, change fonts, choose colors, draw lines and link to an outside event web page.

GardenHere, an Internet community for home gardeners and neighborhood garden clubs, now offers a public Web calendar where any home gardener or garden club can add their gardening event and invite others to automatically signup on-line at: http://www.gardenhere.com/forums/calendar.asp?calendarID=1

“It takes about 60 seconds for any garden club or home gardener to post their home gardening event,” said Al Stubblefield, owner and GardenHere site developer. “Our new calendar feature puts garden event organizers in control and even let’s them invite others to signup right in the calendar. And, it’s a free service.”

In addition to adding your gardening event to a calendar that looks like a calendar, the GardenHere public Web calendar has lots of room to include all the event details and contact information. You can add a photograph, make lists, bold and underline text, change fonts, choose colors, draw lines and link to an outside event web page. You can also edit or delete your event if it is canceled.

Samplings of upcoming events listed on the http://www.GardenHere.com public Web calendar are:

• Alaska – Garden Hearty Party at the State Fair, August 26 through September 6, 2004

• Washington, DC – Bonsai Demonstrations at the U.S. Arboretum, September 4, 12, 19, 2004

Although you must become a GardenHere member to access all the calendar features, registration and membership are free.

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Al Stubblefield
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