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Miniature Garden "Make & Take" Workshop

Dates: Now - May. 25, 2019
Times: 1:00PM
Category: Education/History
Location: Hornbaker Gardens, Inc., 22937 1140 N. Avenue, Princeton, IL 63156
Phone: 815-659-3282
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This is a hands-on workshop for all ages in which you will learn how to create and care for your very own miniature garden. Molly Hornbaker Blogg will provide information on how to get started and assist you along the way. You simply bring your creativity and ideas! Fee includes your container, soil, and plants. You pick out and purchase your choice of miniature accessories, at a special 20% discount for workshop participants. Reservations are required, so please call to reserve your spot. Fee: $40. Free to just observe.


What's Nearby:
Starved Rock Lodge - Cabins
Joliet Iron Works Historic Site
Utica Business Association
Joliet Slammers Baseball
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Grundy County Corn Festival

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