Home and Garden

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FORAGED HERBAL WREATH NEW !

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Instructor: Sharlene Nielsen

Wouldn't it be lovely to create an aromatic wreath with your fall harvest? Join Sharlene Nielsen, owner of Front Door Stories, as she inspires you to create a foraged herbal wreath that can be hung on a door, used as a centre piece on your table or as a gift for a special gardening friend. Come be inspired by the beauty of Mother Nature. . . what better place to display an original creation made by you than on your front door. In this session you will create a 14-inch wreath using materials provided. Learn about placement and tips on caring for your wreath.

Requirements

Lab fee of $35 payable to instructor for materials: wreath form, fishing line, sheet moss, and a variety of harvested herbs, flowers and seed pods.

HG 1 - F17 | $59.00 (includes GST)
Front Door Stories - 208 Browning Blvd., Winnipeg
Sep. 26 | T | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Completed)

THANKSGIVING CONTAINERS NEW !

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Instructor: Sharlene Nielsen

It's sad to see summer ending but what better way to welcome the fall season than with a fresh look in your containers for Thanksgiving! Join Sharlene Nielsen, owner of Front Door Stories, as she inspires you to create a fall harvest container arrangement for your front planters and get tips on prepping your containers for winter. This session will focus on creating a fall container arrangement using materials provided. Learn about placement and tips on caring for your container.

Please Note:

Lab fee of $65 payable to instructor for materials: fall hardy plant material, gourds, insert pot and soil, moss.

HG 2 - F17 | $59.00 (includes GST)
Front Door Stories - 208 Browning Blvd., Winnipeg
Oct. 3 | T | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Completed)

BEEKEEPING FOR BEGINNERS

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

This intensive course will give you the confidence and material necessary to start up your own beekeeping operation on a small scale. Learn the important role bees play in our environment and develop the tools and knowledge to maintain a healthy and clean hive. You will build your own hive to take home and have an opportunity to work with live bees in the field. Handling bees is not dangerous - it is an enjoyable activity that can be therapeutic in many ways. The honey you get from the tireless workers is a tasty by product. (Course fee $399 - $224 course fee plus $175 for hive materials. Bees not included.)

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2 Sundays Sept 24 & Oct. 1, 9:30-3:30 & 1 Saturday, Sept. 30, 9:30-12:30 or 1:30-4:30

HG 4 - F17 | $399.00 (includes GST)
Arts and Technology Centre, Louis Riel School Division - Room 106
Sep. 24 - Oct. 1 | S/S | 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
(Completed)