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Indira Naidoo is coming to Hurstville City Library

Posted 30 December 2000 by (Hurstville News)

Best-selling author, journalist, television presenter and gardening enthusiast Indira Naidoo will visit Hurstville City Library on Thursday, 26 May to talk about her books The Edible Balcony (2011) and The Edible City (2015). Administrator of Georges River Council John Rayner said Indiraandrsquo;s books provide practical andlsquo;how-toandrsquo; information about creating edible gardens in the backyard or balcony, and about utilising urban spaces to grow produce. andquot;Indira shares handy gardening tips and practical advice on beekeeping, worm farming, composting and setting up your own community garden, as well as a number of delicious recipes,andquot; he said. andquot;Through her books, Indira shows that you donand#39;t need a sprawling backyard to grow delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs of your own. andquot;As part of the presentation, Indira will also demonstrate how to plant and look after herb seedlings. andquot;I encourage everybody to attend this interesting and informative talk to learn more about sustainable living.andquot; Event details: When: Thursday, 26 May 2016, 6.00pm-7.00pmWhere: Hurstville City Library, Corner Queens Road and Dora Street, Hurstville Cost: Free event Bookings essential: To book visit the andlsquo;Whatandrsquo;s Onandrsquo; section at, call (02) 9330 6111 or email The presentation is part of Hurstville LMGandrsquo;s suite of events to celebrate Library andamp; Information Week 2016. The theme this year is andlsquo;discover moreandrsquo;, and is an opportunity for the community to find out about services, resources, facilities and programs available at Hurstville LMG. For more information andnbsp; Anthea Gregory-Desmond andnbsp;Fiona Yardley Manager Public Relations and Events Coordinator Communications and Research Georges River Council Civic Centre MacMahon Street, Hurstville NSW Georges River Council Civic Centre 2 Belgrave Street, Kogarah NSW P: 02 9330 6008 M: 0433 051388 P: 02 9330 9472 M: 0447 781 758 E: andnbsp; E: