Join us on Wednesday, May 8th, from 7:00pm-9:00pm for another inspiring make-and-take class with Master Gardener and floral designer Terry Hooper of Hooper's Farm Gardens!
The $35 class fee covers your materials and helps support The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park.
This class is limited to 30 participants — register soon!
Terry will share the history of May Day baskets, then guide participants through creating a one-of-a-kind hanging-style May Day Basket featuring fresh cut flowers plus ribbons and other adornments.
With Terry’s expertise, easy-going guidance and hands-on approach, attendees will leave class with a beautiful new spring-inspired arrangement to welcome May and decorate their homes.
In an effort to be as 'green' as possible, we use MyNorth's E-Tickets option for ticket delivery. This means your reserved tickets will be available to view from your email confirmation or order history. You do not need to print these prior to the event — just give us your name at the door and our team will check you in. Thank you!
About our presenter, Terry Hooper:
Terry and husband Bruce, a 5th generation fruit grower, make their home on the Old Mission Peninsula. They started Hooper’s Farm Gardens and Floral Studio over 25 years ago. They are Master Gardeners and have developed an agricultural destination floral farm and market. They specialize in U-Pick and special event floral design. It is a family run business that welcomes you to come visit and learn anytime. To learn more about Hooper's Farm Gardens, please visit their website.
Questions? Please email our Program Committee at [email protected]