Water Related Events Offered in Queen Creek in Honor of the Water Use It Wisely Tower
Throughout the month of July, the Water Use It Wisely Tower will be on display at the Queen Creek Library, along with many fun activities for the whole family! The water tower provides a visual representation of how much water the average person uses every day.
Ongoing opportunities at the QC Library
Dive into summer reading at any age, by earning virtual badges, while learning about water conservation. Visit the staff picks section at the Queen Creek branch or hop on the computer and challenge yourself to a water-savvy quiz. Check out the resources wall at the Queen Creek branch while marveling at the water tower and take a selfie to earn badges. Also, learn how you can enter for a chance to win some great prizes on the Water Tower page.
Every Tuesday throughout July: QC Library Playcation from 10 a.m. to noon
The Town’s Water Conservation team will have a water-based, hands-on activity during the month of July. The activity will be featured during the Playcation series, for ages five and under.
Saturday, Aug. 11: Waterwise Gardening Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon
Discover the importance and details of soil preparation and how to overcome the challenges of the environment. Taught by a Master Gardener, you'll learn how to select, plant and care for vegetables/herbs/fruits and citrus for a bountiful harvest.
Saturday, Aug. 25: Right Plant, Right Place Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon
Some plants do better in the desert environment than others. To keep your yard looking its best, learn how to select and care for plants that thrive well in our desert conditions.
Water-Smart workshops are free for Queen Creek utilities customers throughout the year. Reserve your spot today by visiting QueenCreek.org/WaterSmart or email ConservetheQC@QueenCreek.org for more details.
For more information about the Town’s water efforts, visit QueenCreek.org/ReduceTheUse. To stay updated on Queen Creek news and happenings, follow the Town on Facebook.com/QueenCreek and Twitter.com/TOQC_official.
Constance Halonen-Wilson, Public Information Officer