Welcome Spring by Creating a Fairy Garden

On Tuesday evening, April 15, fairy specialist Karin Stubler will introduce the Geauga Arts Network Group (GANG) to fairy lore, sharing her expertise on how to create a welcoming fairy garden. This educational program, which is free and open to the general public, will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Heinen’s Cafe, 402 Center Street in Chardon, Ohio. No reservations are necessary.

Stubler is the creative force behind the fairy garden department of Maple Ridge Garden Center, which is the largest supplier of fairy garden items in Northeast Ohio. A new resident of Geauga County, Stubler developed her expertise with fairy gardens at a center in Michigan, after being introduced to the concept in 2009. In her current role as fairy specialist, she organizes fairy day events and teaches classes.

She will be offering instruction in developing fairy gardens this summer as part of the on-going workshop collaborations between The GANG, the Geauga Lyric Theater Guild, and the Geauga Council for Arts and Culture. Stubler is also scheduled to be the keynote speaker for the Isabella County Master Gardeners Association in Michigan later this month.

The Geauga Arts Network Group is an ad hoc group whose mission is to promote communication, collaboration, and cooperation across artistic disciplines for artists living and/or working in Geauga County. For further information, contact Joanne Durante, 440-729-6481.

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