Pumpkin Decorating Workshop
These owls are a hoot! In this playful seasonal class we will dress white heritage pumpkins with assorted seeds and nuts to create noses and eyes, then add feathers or other plant material for the ears. Mini-pumpkins make adorable baby owls.
All materials are included, and there’s no need to worry about clean-up!
Cider and donuts will be served.
Member $12 per pumpkin Non-Member, $15 per pumpkin
Parents are welcome to stay and help their kids! $5 participation fee.
Spots are limited, register today!
This class will take place in the Carriage House.
To register, click here.
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