The West Palm Beach Garden Club’s Monday, Feb. 12 meeting will feature Kathy Siena, former Wellington Garden Club president, speaking about “Plastic Pollution,” as well as a docent-led tour of the “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” exhibit currently on display at the Mounts Botanical Garden.
The club’s meeting begins at 10 a.m. at the Clayton Hutcheson Complex at the Mounts Botanical Garden, located at 559 N. Military Trail. It is open to the public, with a cost of $18 to non-members for the tour. Light refreshments will be served. Attendees are encouraged to bring a bag lunch.
“Washed Ashore” is currently on exhibit at Mounts and features larger-than-life sculptures of aquatic animals, made entirely from plastic and other beach debris. The giant sculptures are located throughout the 14-acre public garden.
For information about the West Palm Beach Garden Club, call President Lynn Jones at (561) 585-1226.