Time to get Your Hands Dirty at the Spring Terrarium Workshop at Claridon Woodland’s Judget Lester Taylor Lodge on April 12

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Terrariums can be created to be unique and very personal gifts, or you can create one for yourself, simply to bring the beauty and serenity of an outdoor landscape to your desk or table, all with very little or no maintenance required.

Registration is now open, but limited, for Geauga Park District’s Spring Terrarium Workshop on Friday, April 12tg from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Claridon Woodlands’ Judge Lester Taylor Lodge.

For $40, which includes all materials, instruction by artisan Holly Michniak, and refreshments, you will gather in this popular park setting to fill a beautiful glass terrarium with live plants and decorative accents.

As Holly will explain, an enclosed terrarium creates its own water cycle, enabling it to recycle its original store of water – and allowing its owner the freedom to enjoy its beauty without time-consuming maintenance or, in many cases, tending to it at all.

“Spring is just around the corner, and I cannot wait to get my hands dirty in the garden,” said Teresa Runion, Geauga Park District’s special events coordinator who planned this workshop. “Until temperatures cooperate, though, this workshop will be the perfect opportunity to get a taste of what lies ahead. Create your own lush mini ecosystem to enhance or your living or work space.”

Ages 10+, please. To register, visit www.geaugaparkdistrict.org or call 440-286-9516.

For more on Geauga Park District offerings, please call 440-286-9516 or visit Geauga Park District online via www.geaugaparkdistrict.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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