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Clark Botanic Garden: Waking Up the Garden
9:30am. $10. Jim Newman demonstrates pruning, division of plants, and garden care. Meeting is outdoors so dress accordingly. Registration required: 516-484-8603. clarkbotanic.org. 193 I.U. Willets Rd., Albertson.
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