Get Out This Weekend: Sales, Art, Birds

What to do in and around Bethel this weekend.

1. Where/When: Behind , 141 Greenwood Ave. (on School Street side), Bethel, Saturday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Why Go?: The Bethel Garden Club will be selling tried-and-true perennials, organic tomato plants and garden-related items at its popular annual plant sale; and Master Gardeners will be on hand providing free, expert advice. This is the same amazing plant sale we've been holding for many years, but in a new location; don't miss it! All proceeds go to beautifying Bethel's public spaces.
Pricing: Free to browse, plants vary

28 Codfish Hill Road Ext., Bethel, Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Why Go?: 
Tag Sale with quality home goods, toys, sporting gear, furniture, gifts and more. All proceeds donated to the American Cancer Association. No early birds please.
Price: Free to browse, items vary

, 95 Greenwood Ave., Bethel, Saturday, 6:30-9 p.m.
Why Go?: Silent and live auction items include Boston Red Sox tickets, Restaurant gift certificates, themed gift baskets, hand painted art work, store gift certificates, door prizes. Refreshments will be served.
Pricing: Free to attend, auctions vary

, 152 Greenwood Ave., Bethel, starts Saturday-May 30, business hours.
Why Go: 
The show features art from the talented group from The Silvermine School in New Caanan. There will be a variety of art from 14 artists including oils, watercolors, pastels and sculpture.
Pricing: Free 

5. Where/When: , 16 Shelter Rock Road, Bethel, Sunday 2-4 p.m. (meet at the Bennett Park Pavilion)
Why Go: The Bethel Land Trust welcomes you to their 2011 annual meeting at Bennett Park. After a brief business meeting, Phil Robbins of CT Audubon will speak on how to make your garden more environmentally friendly to birds and wildlife. Afterwards, there will be time for questions and refreshments will be served. Weather permitting, we'll take a short hike as well.

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