An event every month that begins at 10:00am on day Third of the month, repeating until October 15, 2016
Green Thumb Explorers is a program designed to engage and inspire children, offering a variety of topics relevant to today’s world. From seeds, soil and harvest to garden wildlife, from preservation and protection of the environment to a deeper understanding of nature, each Saturday workshop will offer a unique opportunity to explore Lakewold and work in the Children’s Garden. Registration is open for children between the ages of 8 and 12. Saturday workshops begin at 10 am and last until 12:30 pm, and consist of a dedicated lesson, a related hands-on project and time outdoors (weather permitting) with time for a light snack and short break. Workshops are limited to 15 children per session; cost continues on a pay-what-you-can or donation basis.
April 16: Diggin in the Dirt
May 21: And Dig Some More! Tomatoes, Beans, & Heat-Lovin’ Veggies
June 18: Growing Good-For-You Greens
July 16: Peculiar Plants: Medicinals, Potions & Pretty Poisons
August 13: What’s It All About, Lakewold Gardens?
September 17: Community Kids’ Day
October 15: Autumn Harvest & What Winter Brings