An Open Meeting of the Seacoast Garden Club will be held at 10 a.m. Nov. 5 in the Community House, 8 Temple St. in Kennebunkport. SUBMITTED PHOTO

KENNEBUNKPORT — Interested in learning about “edible landscaping” or fool-proof ways to make a container garden? Want honed tips on creating a Maine seaside garden? Or perhaps you just want to join the fun group that plants tulip bulbs in the Dock Square monument garden. 
If so, come to the annual “open meeting” of the Seacoast Garden Club on Monday, Nov. 5, in the Community House, 8 Temple St., Kennebunkport. 
It’s a nice way to meet other people with a zest for gardening and to learn more about the local club that fosters that enthusiasm. It’s also the only “open meeting” the Seacoast Garden Club holds during the year. 
The gathering begins at 10 a.m.  in the Community House. After a short business meeting, there will be a light brunch served by Board members of the Seacoast Garden Club. 
Following that, Thomas Lynch, renowned Ogunquit landscape designer, will share details about the seaside garden he planned and planted that won a 2018 International Gold Award.
Club members welcome your attendance
For more information, contact Membership Chairman Judy Phillips at [email protected]