Blithewold Junior Gardeners: After-School Program

WHEN: Monday, November 19, 2012 at 3:45PM - 5:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Mansion; Gardens

The 6-week Blithewold Junior Gardener program, for children in grades 1 to 4, is designed to get kids outside after school, and to encourage them to have fun playing and learning in the gardens. The program will get young gardeners into the art and science of gardening, through hands-on garden projects, tasks, and experiments.

Series: - $45 Member, $50 Non-member
Drop-In: - $8 Member, $10 Non-member
The fee includes all class supplies.

To register for Blithewold Junior Gardeners: After-School Program please click here.


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