WORKSHOPS 2020-2021

Registration reqired to allow for planning materials.

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October 6, 2020

Brenda Webb, Polished Terra Cotta Pot

A dab of brown here, and a bit of black there, and we will create a charming "polished" terra cotta pot for indoor fall décor. 12 participants, $10 materials

 

November 3, 2020

Lynette McQueen, China Flowers

Make a beautiful plate flower that will never fade using repurposed items.  A Supply list will be provided when you sign up. 15 participants, $15 materials

 

December 1, 2020

Terri Hurley, Snowman Pot Pal

Since we probably will not get enough snow to make real snowmen, let’s make them out of clay pots!   In this workshop, you will create an adorable “Snowy Pot Pal” using several clay pots, glue, paint, and lots of glittery wintery trims.   All supplies will be provided.  You bring your hot glue gun. 15 participants, $20 materials

 

February 2, 2021

Ed Scanlin, Bird Houses

Assemble your own small snap together bird house and decorate with stick on vinyl decals. No hammers, nails or paint required. Bring your own glue gun, glue sticks and X-ACTO knife. All precut materials are supplied in kit. Exterior quality, ready to hang in your back yard. 18 participants, $15 materials

 

March 2, 2021

Cindy Smith, Easter Egg Decorations

There are just so many fun ways to dye and decorate Easter Eggs! You can paint them, decoupage, wrap and crackle them. Turns out you can also print on them with silk ties. Join us as we dye Easter Eggs with silk ties. You will need to bring at least 5 blown-out eggs. 12 participants, $10 materials

 

April 6, 2021

Deborah Birge, Insectarium

If you are a gardener by hobby and a nature enthusiast by heart, chances are that you are already familiar with the concept of insect hotels (also known as bee hotels). Offering a sanctuary to beneficial insects, especially pollinators, insect hotels are the urban solution to declining population of beneficial insects in human environments due to habitat loss, pollution, and abuse of pesticides. Insects provide many benefits to the ecosystem through pollination, nutrient cycle, and as food source for birds. 15 participants, $10 materials

 

May 4, 2021

Cinderella Project with Barbara Rosenberg

Tour of Master Gardener Gardens and check presentation