Have you ever wanted to start a garden, but your space seemed a little too small? Then urban gardening might be right for you! Seedleaf will give us the tips and skills necessary to make the most out of our gardening space, whether that's a raised bed in the backyard, or the kitchen windowsill.
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Central Library - Meeting Room D
Thursday, April 6th - 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Age Group(s): K-5th grade, ,
Join us to see how many things a tiny chia seed can do! Make a planter to grow chia "hair", see how chia seeds can make slime and water beads, and try a taste of chia seeds which originated in Latin America as a staple of the Aztec diet! While program supplies last.
Eastside Branch - Large Meeting Room
Monday, June 12th - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Age Group(s): adults, ,
Learn basic methods to quickly transform fruits and vegetables into "quick" refrigerator pickles. This will be a hands-on demonstration where your will have the opportunity to make your own brine, create a unique flavor profile with herbs and spices, and taste your creation! Bring a fruit or vegetable, if you'd like. Take home your pickles and enjoy.
Central Library - Meeting Room B
Monday, July 10th - 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Age Group(s): high school, ,
Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but we can help! Join us every Monday afternoon in July to learn some of the basic life skills that will help you start your life away from home with a strong foundation. From dorm room cooking hacks to basic home & auto care, this 5-session adulting camp can give you some of the skills you need to...More Info
Tates Creek Branch - Large Meeting Room
Wednesday, July 12th - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Age Group(s): seniors, adults,
Learn to make a base ice cream from just four basic common ingredients in a Mason jar. Samples help you discover different ice cream tastes and textures (including dairy free) then mix together your favorites and take home the jar to finish in your freezer.
Registration begins on June 12th
Village Branch - Meeting Room
Saturday, July 15th - 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Age Group(s): high school, middle school, adults
Come learn how to preserve your summer veggies with the power of lacto-fermentation! We will be learning about the science history and technique behind this method of food preservation and starting our own jars of pickles you can take home. Habrá traducción al español. Registration required.
Registration begins on June 15th