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Plant bulbs Nov. 3 with the mayor

POULSBO — Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson wants the city to be a little brighter next spring.

She invites residents to join her on Daffodil Day, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. at City Hall, 200 NE Moe St. to help plant 3,750 daffodil bulbs around town.

Wear something bright and bring a trowel. You’ll be handed a bag of bulbs to plant.

“Hopefully, we can plant bulbs every year,” Erickson wrote in an email. “I am excited to think about the spring of 2023, after 10 years and 10 Daffodil Days, the thousands of flowers in bloom throughout the streets and parks of Poulsbo enhancing our beautiful town ...”

Coffee, hot chocolate, hot cider and snacks will be provided.

Erickson thanks Central Market, Valley Nursery, Hot Shots Java, Poulsbo Garden Club, and Parks and Recreation Director Mary McCluskey for their support.

 

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