The festival will be held in the back of the Grayson County Extension Office, located off of Commerce Drive in Leitchfield, from 5-8 p.m. on October 17.
Master Gardener Vice President Susan Martin said all proceeds from the event will be go back into gardening projects for Grayson County.
"We will have a combination of things going on that night," Martin explained. "The plan is to make this our big fundraiser every year for the club. It will be something to inform people, and yet be something fun."
Some of the mini demonstrations taking place on Saturday will be floral arrangement hosted by Marita Mclaughlin, pumpkin painting by Theresa Milliner, bulbs by Suzanne Webb and pumpkin topiaries by Susan Martin.
A silent auction is also going to be going on, with several items being donated from local merchants. There is still time if someone wants to make a donation. For more information contact Martin by phone at 270-259-3492. The deadline for all submittals is this Friday.
All activities are free to the public, except for the chili supper, which is $6 for anyone 13-adult and $3 for 4-12 year olds. Kids three and under are free.
Martin felt the festival would be a great way for the general public to know what the Master Gardeners do for the area.
"We will have a combination of things displayed for people to see," Martin mentioned. "They will be photos of things we have done here in the county."
The club landscaped around the courthouse square, helped second-graders at H.W. Wilkey Elementary School construct a Peter Rabbit garden and are currently working with head start on an observation garden.
Future fundraising plans are to host a plant fair in the parking lot of the Grayson County Extension Office.
"We want to do something special for the public every year," Martin said. Martin is already taking names for the 2010 Master Gardener's class. Ten people are already on the waiting list for next year.
"We are hoping to get 20 people," Martin urged. "The members are great people who are very energetic and enthusiastic about what they do."