August 2018
Schedule

Class Information & Registration

About the Classes:
The Plant Place is excited to be offering this year a diverse line-up of educational classes geared toward healthy living.  These session can cover bringing minerials and nutrition to the soil, education about the 2018 Superfood Moringa, healthy cooking and living, as well as keeping your family safe. 
How to Register
We have brought in some amazing Instructors who have great knowledge in their topics.  At each session you will recieve validated information, classnote hand-outs, and samples depending on the session topic.

Space is limited for each session.  You MUST register for the class even it is free, to ensure your seat and materials. 

Some classes do have a ticket prices based on the nature of the class and resources needed to give you a full informative expereince.  It is VERY imporant that you register for the sessions and pay for the class in advance.  We work hard to make our classes are cost effective and economical for our participants.  

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August Calendar pdf
  1. 11
    Aug
    Explore the World of Moringa
    10:00AM Cost: FREE
    With over 9 years of growing Moringa, Gary Adams will be presenting an informative and entertaining session with ways Moringa can protect and help your body and skin.
  2. 18
    Aug
    Make & Take: Succulent Saturday
    10:00AM Cost: $25
    This hands-on session all about succulents - how to grow, creative ways to incorporate into your decor, and a how to propagate. All of as you create your own arrangement to take home.
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  1. 18
    Aug
    Bonsai 101 - Make-N-Take
    3:30 PM Cost: $65.00 LIMTED CLASS SIZE
    Perfect basics class to learn about the Japanese art form of Bonsai. In this hands-on signature class you will learn about the basics of the art of Bonsai and create a Bonsai dish.
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  1. 25
    Aug
    Pruning for the Fall
    10:00AM Cost: FREE
    Plants are living things that need to be groomed. Pruning your plants is very important for maintaining healthy plants an orderly appearance in your landscape, but there are some other reasons why a good prune is sometimes necessary
  2. 25
    Aug
    Re-conditioning Your Soil
    11:00AM Cost: FREE
    Learn simple step by step methods to recondition & revitalize your exhausted warn out soil by using non-chemical and nontoxic tools.
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