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'An Evening with Ciscoe' benefits Lakewood Education Foundation

SMOKEY POINT — Ciscoe Morris, the King County Master Gardener whose show airs on KIRO, will share the fruits of his knowledge at the Plant Farm at Smokey Point to help support local education.

"An Evening with Ciscoe Morris" kicks off with a 6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. seminar on April 29 at the Plant Farm, located at 15022 Twin Lakes Ave., to benefit the Lakewood Education Foundation.

Morris teaches at Seattle University, Edmonds Community College, the University of Washington and the Center for Urban Horticulture. On April 29, he'll be passing on tips on how to grow your own edible garden.

Tickets for both the seminar and the dinner run for $100, while tickets for the seminar only are priced at $25.

For more information, call 425-345-1749.

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