Historic Harmony – Historic New Harmony – Old Economy Village

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Join us for the another meeting of The Harmonist Connection, a free quarterly virtual program hosted by the three sites of the Harmony Society, on February 22,  at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Please register in advance for this program by CLICKING HERE for the link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
 It will be all about Harmonist Gardening—a timely topic since several Museum board members are applying for a grant to make the Museum flower beds a showcase of plants used by the Harmonists for food seasoning, healing, and cloth dyeing. The webinar is free, but you must preregister to get the Zoom link to the presentation.  
Hear from New Harmony resident Kent Schuette and Old Economy Village volunteer, Joe Pulgini as they share the work that goes into maintaining a modern garden while drawing on the traditions of the Harmonists.

Kent Schuette is a professor emeritus of Purdue University, having served 45 years on the faculty in Purdue’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. In 2020, Kent was asked to become the David Lenz House Garden manager, a position he continues to hold with the Colonial Dames in the State of Indiana.

Joe Pulgini has served on the Board of Directors for Old Economy Village since 2011. He has volunteered in the gardens for 8 years, working to keep the grounds beautiful and the harvest bountiful.

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