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Bird House Gourds
Come and learn with us for FREE on May 18 from 6:00-7:00pm at Hustisford High School
Birdhouse gourds are fun to grow, easy to work with, and can be used for a variety of purposes including containers, birdhouses, and household décor. Come learn growing tips, how to dry or cure them, and the many ways to utilize them once they are cured.
Mother &Child Fairy Gardens
May 6, 2017 9:00-10:30 am Hustisford High School from 9:00-10:30 am
ADVANCED REGISTRATION AND $15.00 PAYMENT IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS; DEADLINE IS APRIL 26, 2017!!
Come with your child and make a fairy garden together as we celebrate the season of mothers! The fee for this class starts at $15.00, however there will be some accessories available for you to purchase at at the class if you wish.
Fairy Gardens first debuted in the United States in 1893, likely as a result of the bonsai planters at the Japanese pavilion during the Chicago World’s Fair. The New York Times wrote a feature article and their popularity soared. A fairy garden is an actual garden with real, albeit miniature plants and other structures. Come learn how to design and put together your very own fairy garden from experienced Master Gardener.
Hustisford High School Halls
6:30-7:45 AM-3:30-6:00 PM Monday through Friday
Please print and fill out this registration form.
FREE ** Please note- No walking when school is closed