The Architecture of Seeds, Magical Seeds and How They Grow - A Garden Family Day Camp Series Program

Sep 21 2023 - 9:30am to 11:30am
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Growing Together in the Snake Woman's Garden:
A Garden Family Day Camp Series Program

Over the course of the next year, we will have three separate Garden Day camps in the Fall of 2023 and three during the Spring of 2024. Each Garden camp in the series will focus on a different key garden concept while weaving in Caddo culture, traditions, and language. We will put what we learn into action in Snake Woman's Garden through a variety of fun hands-on activities.
Families are invited to attend as many individual day camps as best fits their schedule.
September will be the first in the series: "The Architecture of Seeds - Magical seeds and how they grow” on Thursday, September 21, 2023 from 9:30-11:30 am.

It truly is magical to place a small seed in the ground and with proper care and attention watch it grow into a plant that provides abundant beauty and nourishment. On this day we will explore the hidden inner structure of seeds and their incredible variety and resilience. In addition, families will sort seeds, make tasty seed treats, and plant seeds in the Snake Woman's Garden for later fall harvest.

Join us to experience this magical day in the Snake Woman’s Garden - Keekah Nattee Toot'sah Nah'too.
Registration required.

Please call 936.858.3221, Wednesday - Sunday, 8:30 -4:30 to save a spot for your family.
This program is part of the Texas Architecture in history series of September events happening at many Texas Historical Commission Sites.