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in Community Education & Enrichment
with Jill Braceland
Jumpstart your Spring cleaning! This seminar is designed to offer organizing strategies to start your downsizing efforts. Establish your project priorities, learn what supplies you might need, and set realistic time constraints. Students will leave with an action plan!
Start Your Own Annual Vegetable and Flower Seedlings for Spring
with Sturgeon Creek Farm
Starting seeds is fun and much more cost-effective than buying seedlings. With a few tips, you can start your own vegetable and flower seedlings now and be ready for planting by the end of May. Join Master Gardener Leslie Stevens at Sturgeon Creek Farm for an in-depth look at successful seed starting. Everyone will leave with a packet of seeds and the knowledge needed to grow healthy seedlings.
This class is appropriate for children 12 and older.
Intermediate Soap Making
with Sarah Holden-Remick
Previous cold process soap making experience is required for this class. In this course, you will learn how to formulate your own recipes, which natural colorants you can use to color your soaps, basic swirling techniques, and use of essential oils in your soap.
You will leave this class with 2 lbs of soap and your soap mold. Students should wear long sleeves to class.