Make a Home for Mason Bees Workshop

Instructor: Lisa Gauker

Of the 4,000 bee species in North America, Mason Bees are among the easiest to raise, while also being gentle and amazing pollinators. By raising solitary Mason Bees, we can increase their population. It’s a great way to supplement the stressed Honey Bee and sustain our future food supply. Come spend a Saturday morning with Lisa, who is an avid naturalist and beekeeper, to learn all about Mason Bees, while making a shelter for them to take home.

$50 for each adult, $18 for school-aged children.

Register at least one week prior to workshop to ensure enrollment. All materials included. Our workshops are family-friendly; children 12 and under need to be accompanied by an adult.

To register for this workshop, click HERE!

Succulents w/ Sandy Britland

Create a unique and varied mini succulent garden.  Succulents come in many shapes and sizes, and Sandy will help you craft a pleasing combination of varieties.  She will also explain how best to care for them.  This is a wonderful way to slow down and spend some time with nature.  Treat yourself to this nurturing and peaceful gardening adventure!

Saturday 6/16/18, 10am to 12pm.  $40 plus materials fee.

To register online, CLICK HERE.  To register via phone, call the studio at 610-987-0273.  Please register for workshops at least one week in advance, or call the studio to check availability if within one week of workshop.