After-School Gardening Program (1st-3rd Grade)Tuesday April 30, 2019
3:30 PM until 5:30 PM
OUR AFTER-SCHOOL GARDENING PROGRAM RETURNS AGAIN!
This time we are collaborating with the incredible folks at Berkshire Botanical Garden!
TUESDAY CLASS: GRADES 1st-3rd
3:30-5:30PM Meets at the Lenox Library
6 TUESDAYS: April 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28 and June 4th
SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Curriculum for Grades 1st-3rd:
Have you ever wondered what's inside a seed?
Have you ever wanted to build a house for bugs?
Do you like getting your hands dirty?
Well then join us in the garden this Spring!
Kids come and play while taking care of the garden,
listening to stories, and learning all about plants!
Help the Lenox Library Youth Garden to grow.
This is a 6-week program. Please be prepared to be outside.
Instructor: Bridgette Stone
Bridgette Stone is the Education Coordinator at Berkshire Botanical Garden and works with schools across Berkshire County helping them to develop, maintain, and love their gardens. She is excited to work with the Lenox Library to expand its garden program. Over the last 10 years, she has worked as a classroom teacher and farmer. In addition to her work with Berkshire Botanical Garden, she is a member of the Mass Farm to School Leadership Team and manages the Great Barrington, Farmers Market. She lives in Richmond her wife, two dogs, bees, chickens, and a cat named Sausage.
Location: Youth Department
to go to the The Lenox Library