Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots Workshop
Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots Workshop

Time to get those porch pots ready for the holidays and the cooler temperatures. Our expert container designer will give you all the tools and tips you need to piece together a perfect arrangement that will last throughout the winter season. You will learn how to blend living plants, cuttings, and winter accents in an effective way that is not only gorgeous, but also suits your space. 


Class starts at 10:00am in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Dress warmly & bring your own pruners if you're able.
Register to book a seat. We will accept walk-ins but cannot guarantee of a place in the class. 

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/cg7J4lBGGbOzO84m1

Pricing is a la carte depending on what you choose to use. You can go as big or small as you’d like! Base price is approximately $39.99 but will vary based on design. Embellishments available at an added cost. Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to drop into your containers at home.

Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us at 314-821-2440 to schedule a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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Herbal Cough Syrups
Dec
1
10:45 AM10:45

Herbal Cough Syrups

Learn how to make your own herbal cough syrups with just a few ingredients including honey, maple syrup, ground herbs, and herbal infusions. Crystal will guide you through the process of how to obtain, prepare & store your syrup to help you get through flu seasoned as smoothly as possible.

This demonstration will be taught by Crystal Stevens - herbalist, organic farmer, and author of Grow Create Inspire and Worms at Work. She will also be doing a book signing at the event!

Admission is $20 and includes: a signed book, in-class samples, admission to both workshops
No registration required
Kids are welcome
Be sure to dress for the weather
Class meets in the Annuals Greenhouse

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Fire Cider 101 & Demo with Crystal Stevens
Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Fire Cider 101 & Demo with Crystal Stevens

Learn the art of making fire infused cider, a nutrient rich botanical infused with apple cider vinegar made with ginger, turmeric, garlic, onions, hot peppers, horseradish, medicinal herbs and spices, and honey. Fire cider offers support during cold and flu season, helps to alleviate symptoms, boost immunity, and fight off infection.

This workshop will be taught by Crystal Stevens - herbalist, organic farmer, and author of Grow Create Inspire and Worms at Work. She will also be doing a book signing at the event!

Admission is $20 and includes: a signed book, in-class samples & admission to both workshops
No registration required
Kids are welcome
Be sure to dress for the weather
Class meets in the Annuals Greenhouse

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Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots
Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots

Time to get those porch pots ready for the holidays and the cooler temperatures. Our expert container designer will give you all the tools and tips you need to piece together a perfect arrangement that will last throughout the winter season. You will learn how to blend living plants, cuttings, and winter accents in an effective way that is not only gorgeous, but also suits your space.

Class starts at 10:00am in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Dress warmly & bring your own pruners if you're able.
Register to book a seat. We will accept walk-ins but cannot guarantee of a place in the class.

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/cg7J4lBGGbOzO84m1

Pricing is a la carte depending on what you choose to use. You can go as big or small as you’d like! Base price is approximately $39.99 but will vary based on design. Embellishments available at an added cost. Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to drop into your containers at home.

Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us at 314-821-2440 to schedule a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots
Nov
24
10:00 AM10:00

Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots

Time to get those porch pots ready for the holidays and the cooler temperatures. Our expert container designer will give you all the tools and tips you need to piece together a perfect arrangement that will last throughout the winter season. You will learn how to blend living plants, cuttings, and winter accents in an effective way that is not only gorgeous, but also suits your space.

Class starts at 10:00am in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Dress warmly & bring your own pruners if you're able.
Register to book a seat. We will accept walk-ins but cannot guarantee of a place in the class.

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/cg7J4lBGGbOzO84m1

Pricing is a la carte depending on what you choose to use. You can go as big or small as you’d like! Base price is approximately $39.99 but will vary based on design. Embellishments available at an added cost. Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to drop into your containers at home.

Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us at 314-821-2440 to schedule a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots
Nov
17
10:00 AM10:00

Twigs and Sprigs: Winter Porch Pots

Time to get those porch pots ready for the holidays and the cooler temperatures. Our expert container designer will give you all the tools and tips you need to piece together a perfect arrangement that will last throughout the winter season. You will learn how to blend living plants, cuttings, and winter accents in an effective way that is not only gorgeous, but also suits your space.

Class starts at 10:00am in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Dress warmly & bring your own pruners if you're able.
Register to book a seat. We will accept walk-ins but cannot guarantee of a place in the class.

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/cg7J4lBGGbOzO84m1

Pricing is a la carte depending on what you choose to use. You can go as big or small as you’d like! Base price is approximately $39.99 but will vary based on design. Embellishments available at an added cost. Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to drop into your containers at home.

Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us at 314-821-2440 to schedule a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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Nature Inspired Wreaths with the Butterfly House (SOLD OUT)
Nov
10
12:00 PM12:00

Nature Inspired Wreaths with the Butterfly House (SOLD OUT)

Sorry this event is SOLD OUT! Greenscape is partnering with the Butterfly House to bring you the hands-on workshop “Nature-Inspired Wreaths”. This class will take place at Greenscape and will be taught by one of our expert staff members.

In this class, you will make a 12"+ wreath inspired by the winter season and all that nature provides. We’ll start with a birch log frame and embellish with the best of the winter season. Use your wreath as a centerpiece at your holiday table or as a natural accent, bringing color and greenery inside during the winter months. Our expert designer will provide tips on acquiring plant material for making additional wreaths and walk you through wreath construction in an easy to follow step-by-step fashion. Designed for adults only & registration is required. 

Class meets at Greenscape Gardens.

Members $40. Non-members $48

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Make n' Take: Build a Terrarium
Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

Make n' Take: Build a Terrarium

Terrariums are all the rave these days, and with good reason! These miniature landscapes are a beautiful accent to any household and are just so stinkin’ cute. In this hands-on workshop, Andy will guide you on some of his favorite tips and tricks for terrarium design, the basics of terrarium care, and you can hand pick your plants from our awesome selection of succulents.

Class meets at 10:00 am in the Annuals Greenhouse.

Pricing is a la carte with a small materials fee. Base price is $34.99 per container. Price includes 3 plants, glassware, stones, soil, & moss. More items can be added for an additional cost. Reduced pricing if you bring your own container.

Registration is preferred: https://goo.gl/forms/chG4JNSDLIv4cIYC2

But walk-ins are still welcome.

Would you like to do this activity with your group or club? Call us to set up a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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To Prune or Not to Prune: Tree & Shrub Care 101
Oct
27
10:00 AM10:00

To Prune or Not to Prune: Tree & Shrub Care 101

To prune or not to prune… that is the question! Often, it can be confusing which trees you should be pruning, when to prune, and how to prune. This class will give you the run down of tree and shrub care. Tree and Shrub care 101 will give you all the tools you need to set you up for success year after year with your plantings.

This class will be taught by Craig, our tree and shrub manager here at Greenscape.

Class meets at 10:00am in the Annuals Greenhouse.

Class is free & No registration is required.

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Make n' Take: Pumpkin Succulents
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Make n' Take: Pumpkin Succulents

This hands-on workshop is a great way to put your creativity at work to make beautiful fall-themed succulent arrangements. Pumpkin succulent arrangements can add a a fantastic seasonal touch to your space and are super fun to make. This workshop will be led by Andy, our houseplants and succulents manager.

This project is a perfect way to get in the Halloween spirit with a living arrangement that will last all season long.


Workshop meets in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Walk-ins welcome but registering is preferred: https://goo.gl/forms/8QFPLPQ6BN4rrjgS2
Base Price is $29.99 or $39.99 depending on the size of the pumpkin you want to create!


Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us to schedule a private class anytime during our regular business hours!

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Make n' Take: Fall Porch Pots
Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Make n' Take: Fall Porch Pots

Believe it or not.. fall is finally here and it’s time to replace those petunias with some gorgeous flowers that can tough out cooler temps. Our expert container designer Janet will guide you in building your own porch pots for Fall or Winter. Choose from evergreens, cold-tolerant annual color, or cool season veggies to create a container that is perfect for your space.

Meet in the Annuals Greenhouse.
Kids and pets welcome!
Call 314-821-2440 to register. Walk-ins welcome but not preferred. Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/3aK42Jx9oqejgk2B2

Base pricing for evergreen containers is $49.99. 
Base pricing for edible containers is $29.99. 
Base pricing for herbaceous color pots is $34.99. 
Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to plant and drop into your containers at home.

Want to book this event with your group or garden club? Call us to schedule a custom class anytime during our business hours!

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11th Annual Farmer's Formal - Earthdance Organic Farms
Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

11th Annual Farmer's Formal - Earthdance Organic Farms

Check out this fantastic event to benefit Earthdance Organic Farms, one of our partner organizations teaching organic farming. This non-profit farm school is doing some really fantastic work on local-food access in STL. 
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Mark your calendars for EarthDance’s 11th annual ‘farm-raiser’ on October 5, 2018 at Union Station!

Meet St. Louis’ top local chefs and their favorite farmers as you graze on their exquisite food, sip on local libations, and bid on one of a kind auction items! All proceeds will benefit EarthDance, the region’s only organic farm school.

EarthDance’s Farmers Formal enables the organization to sustain its Farm and Garden Apprenticeship Program, offer employment to youth, donate produce to families in need, and develop the Organic Farm School’s campus into a beautiful, innovative learning environment.

Farmers Formal will take place at Union Station at 1820 Market St, St. Louis, MO 63103. 

Have a toe-tappin’ good time while you help EarthDance grow food, farmers, and community, by attending this year’s Farmers Formal!

Doors open at 6 p.m., the evening will conclude at 10 p.m.

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The Great MonARCH Migration Event
Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

The Great MonARCH Migration Event

  • Gateway Arch Park - Luther Ely Smith Square (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the City & National Park Service at The Great MonArch Migration Event 2018. Come enjoy monarch-themed activities, get free plants, seeds and information, and meet pollinator experts at the Arch. The 2018 Event Flyer has additional details about activities, including free yoga and the Great Mississippi Riverfront CleanUp event.

 

The event is happening Saturday, September 30th at Luther Ely Smith Square (between Fourth Street & the Gateway Arch).

There’s free breakfast, prizes and because this event coincides with National Public Lands Day, you'll get $3 off tram rides to the top of the Arch

It runs from 9 till noon. For more information, visit stlouis-mo.gov/monarchs.

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Greenscape will be providing free butterfly plants for attendees!


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Native Plant Expo & Sale
Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

Native Plant Expo & Sale

Bring Conservation Home and the St. Louis Audubon Society are hosting a Native Plant Expo and Sale for the public to pick up some free Missouri native plants and seeds, bring some to share, purchase others, and learn from a variety of partner organizations.

Come say Hi to Sue, our natives department manager that will be at the event to share information about Greenscape, natives, and give away some native plugs!

For more details see, http://www.stlouisaudubon.org/calendar/content/NativePlantExpo-2018.pdf

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Make n' Take: Fall Veggie & Herb Containers
Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00

Make n' Take: Fall Veggie & Herb Containers

Fall is one of the tastiest seasons and the perfect time for planting so many delicious vegetables and herbs. Greens, root crops, and more. Join us as we design containers that will keep producing all throughout the season - and are as nutritious as they are beautiful. 

Base pricing is $29.99. 
Buy a pot, bring a pot, or get a free 3 gallon plastic liner pot to plant and drop into your containers at home.

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Chef's in a Garden - A Benefit for Gateway Greening
Sep
16
6:00 PM18:00

Chef's in a Garden - A Benefit for Gateway Greening

Check out one of our community partner's events - Chef's in a Garden. While attending this event, not only are you going to make your tastebuds happy - but you'll also be supporting an awesome organization doing extremely important work in the St. Louis area. 

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Everything Comes To Life In the Garden! Gateway Greening invites you to the 21st annual Chefs in a Garden at The St. Louis Science Center's Grow Exhibit. In its 21st year, Chefs in a Garden will bring in talented St. Louis chefs who will prepare a masterpiece of tasting plates from local ingredients to share with attendees. The event will celebrate our mission of building community through a garden, teaching families to grow their own food, and empowering the next generation of gardeners. For ticket information visit www.chefsinagarden.org.

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Spookley's Fall Kick-Off Event
Sep
16
10:00 AM10:00

Spookley's Fall Kick-Off Event

Meet Spookley and take a walk through our storybook trail at Greenscape Gardens as we welcome the transition to Fall.  There will be live music, a food truck, vendors, and crafts. This will be a fun-packed day at the nursery and an event that should not be missed! 

Kids and pets are not only welcome, but highly encouraged! 




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Spookley goes to Greentree Festival
Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

Spookley goes to Greentree Festival

Come see Spookley the Square Pumpkin at the Greentree Festival Parade!  

This is Spookley's first-ever appearance in St. Louis! Come celebrate as we spread the message of bullying prevention through this classic, heartwarming story. 

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"In a world where the only good pumpkins are round pumpkins, Spookley the Square Pumpkin is often teased by others because of his square shape. Soon Spookley is befriended by Edgar, Allan and Poe, three hilarious spiders who convince him that, square or not, he has a right to be the Pick of the Patch on Halloween.

Could a square pumpkin really be the Pick of the Patch ? Not if mean round pumpkins Big Tom and Little Tom can help it. These two bullies tease and taunt Spookley because of his square roots.

Kindly Jack Scarecrow and his bat sidekicks, Boris and Bella, encourage Spookley to keep striving for Pick of the Patch , but he isn t sure he has what it takes until one scary day when a mighty storm threatens his home. As the storm rolls the round pumpkins across the patch towards a raging river, Spookley's square shape helps him save the day." 

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Children's Garden Club: A Sensory Experience in the Garden
Sep
8
9:00 AM09:00

Children's Garden Club: A Sensory Experience in the Garden

The Children’s Garden Club is designed to educate, as well as bring delight in gardening and horticulture with projects they start themselves and take home to continue to grow and enjoy.

They will be joining us at Greenscape on September 8 for "A Sensory Garden Experience: Hear, Touch, Smell, Taste & See" We'll engage all the senses... tasting he harvest, smelling what's blooming, feeling the living soil, hearing the buzz, and seeing the beauty of the garden. We'll have live Monarch caterpillars for viewing and participants will take home a project they plant themselves.

This event is free and for kids of all ages. Open to the public & no reservation required. 

For more information on the Children's Garden Club see: https://www.stlouisco.com/ParksandRecreation/ChildrensFun/ChildrensGardenClub

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Home Grown Apothecary with Crystal Stevens
Sep
1
10:00 AM10:00

Home Grown Apothecary with Crystal Stevens

Learn which plants to grow to create your own herbal remedies. Crystal Stevens, Herbalist, Organic Farmer, and author of Grow Create Inspire and Worms at Work, will discuss powerhouse plants and their medicinal properties. She will also discuss how to stock your own apothecary with herbal remedies including tinctures, teas, herbal honey, and salves.

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Macrame Plant Hanger Workshop
Aug
25
10:00 AM10:00

Macrame Plant Hanger Workshop

Macrame plant hangers can add a unique touch to any space. Bridget will be teaching this workshop on how to make your own. She will go over the basics of various knots and beading techniques so you can unlock your creativity and take home your own piece! 

Materials are provided.

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Cultivating Young Cooks at Missouri Botanical Gardens
Aug
18
9:00 AM09:00

Cultivating Young Cooks at Missouri Botanical Gardens

Saturday, August 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Missouri Botanical Garden 
*All activities held in the Kemper Outdoor Education Center

Included with garden admission.

Discover the resources and information needed to foster the development of young cooks, young gardeners, and healthy eaters!.

Activities:
Touch a worm
Taste a mushroom
Milk a goat
Drink kombucha
Eat a bug
Make cheese
Sample chocolate
And much more!​

Cooking Demos, all curated by local Chefs!
​1. 10:00 am​
2. 11:30 am
3. 1:00 pm

The first 250 children who participate at every station will receive an ice cream treat from Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream.

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Greenscape at the Green Living Festival
Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00

Greenscape at the Green Living Festival

Greenscape will be participating in this year's Green Living Festival at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. Come check out our table and see Jen's presentation on SmartyPlants, where you'll learn about multi-purpose plants that provide both beauty and beneficial ecosystem services. 


From Missouri Botanical Gardens:

"Help your family live green! Join us for a hands-on, day-long festival of learning, playing, and engaging with people of all ages and backgrounds with an interest in sustainable, healthy lifestyles.

Explore the links between sustainability, energy efficiency, conservation at home and a healthy environment. Talk with green product and service exhibitors and learn more about home improvement and healthy homes.

Hosted by the EarthWays Center, the festival features local foods and spirits, and children can enjoy activities such as recycled art projects, solar model cars and solar oven s’mores. Presentations and demonstrations throughout the day share the many ways that plants, air, water, soil and energy sustain our homes, our health and our planet.

The festival will be held rain or shine."

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25th Annual Memorial Day Weekend BBQ
May
26
to May 28

25th Annual Memorial Day Weekend BBQ

In honor of our military and in appreciation of our community, join us for our 25th Annual Memorial Day extravaganza. John will be serving up the best hot dogs west of the Mississippi all day long. We know.. hotdogs may not be the healthiest, but one hotdog a year won't kill ya! 

We'd love to see you here at Greenscape as we honor our military and all those who have served our country.

 

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Backyard Farm Series:  “Composting 101 + Backyard Chickens”
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Backyard Farm Series: “Composting 101 + Backyard Chickens”

Want to learn about one of the most effective ways food scraps can be used to enrich your soil? Join us for our final class of this 4-part series: “Composting 101 + Backyard Chickens” in which Matt discusses the exciting ways to integrate compost production with chickens! Using his permaculture knowledge, Matt will provide practical and useful tips to manage and improve the quality of your edible landscape. This effective system not only adds life to the garden, but also improves overall garden health! He’ll be teaming up with the folks from “The Easy Chicken” who can help make your dream of backyard chickens a reality!

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Backyard Farm Series: “No Fuss Fruits for your Edible Landscape”
Mar
31
10:00 AM10:00

Backyard Farm Series: “No Fuss Fruits for your Edible Landscape”

Discover new ways to add some more flavor to your garden with “No Fuss Fruits for your Edible Landscape”. Learn about the wide array of hardy fruiting trees and shrubs that will make your garden pop! You’ll leave this class with not only more knowledge to enhance your garden space, but also with your mouth watering for some fresh, delicious fruit!

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Backyard Farm Series: "From Grass to Garden"
Mar
17
10:00 AM10:00

Backyard Farm Series: "From Grass to Garden"

Spring is right around the corner! Join us for our first class of a 4-part series with Matt Lebon, owner and founder of Custom Foodscaping. Matt will share his knowledge on how to transform your outdoor space into a thriving edible garden. We are kicking off the series with his first class “From Grass to Garden” in which you will learn how to transform your lawn into a functional modern farm.

Be sure to like Custom Foodscaping on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/customfoodscaping/

 

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Native By Design: Woody Plants & Pollinators
Mar
16
7:30 AM07:30

Native By Design: Woody Plants & Pollinators

Our own, Jennifer Schamber, will be representing Grow Native! as one of the keynote speakers at this educational event at Lewis & Clark Community College.

This native landscaping workshop at the Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, IL will provide information to home gardeners; landowners; landscape, landcare, and wildlife professionals; stormwater engineers; and other related professionals about the relationships between woody plants and pollinators, songbirds, and other important wildlife. The workshop will be held Friday, March 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A breakfast buffet will be provided, and exhibitors will display information as well.

CEUs available for Landscape Architects, Illinois Master Gardeners and Master Naturalists

Who should attend?: Home gardeners and other landscape enthusiasts, wildlife habitat professionals, landscape contractors, land care professionals, growers, garden centers, forest managers, arborists, landscape architects and designers, engineers, sustainability managers, green building professionals, Master Naturalists, and Master Gardeners.

http://grownative.org/events/friday-march-16-2018-native-by-design-woody-plants-and-pollinators/

 

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Project Pollinator Anniversary!
Mar
15
6:30 PM18:30

Project Pollinator Anniversary!

Celebrate the second anniversary of Project Pollinator, a joint-initiative promoting an appreciation of all pollinators through education and creation of pollinator gardens. Learn why pollinators are important and how you can make a difference. Light refreshments. All ages. St. Louis County Library Headquarters (1640 Lindbergh Blvd.)

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