Sunday, July 14, 2013
There will be: food; tours of the garden, including a Native bee tour showing the variety of pollinators we have and how everyone can help them thrive; a honey bee demo (with samples of what the bees produce!); a childrens' area, an open-air art workshop; info about the garden and the Environmental Youth Alliance's youth learning garden. You can learn about worm composting and also get gardening advice from Cottonwood's master gardeners, Mark and Ingrid. We'll have plants in "funky containers" for sale, free corsages made-to-order, and last but not least, we will have lovely, live music.