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Fun with Flowers Event at Mt. Carroll Library: A Blooming Experience for All Ages!

pressed flowers on a piece of paper

Floral enthusiasts of all ages are invited to join the Carroll County Master Gardeners for an enchanting event, Fun with Flowers, at the Mt. Carroll Library on February 10th, starting at 10 AM. This interactive class is designed to captivate participants, young and old, offering a delightful journey into the art of flower preservation through pressing.

Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting to explore the world of flowers, this event promises something for everyone. The experienced Carroll County Master Gardeners will share their wealth of knowledge, guiding attendees through the process of selecting the perfect flowers for pressing and imparting the secrets to drying them effectively.

In this hands-on class, participants of all ages can unleash their creativity by crafting personalized bookmarks using the dried petals. This family-friendly event aims to foster a love for nature and creativity, ensuring that everyone takes home newfound knowledge and a tangible keepsake infused with the beauty of flowers.

Event Details:

  • Date: February 10
  • Time: 10:00 AM
  • Location: Mt. Carroll Library
  • Address: 208 N Main St.

All ages are welcome, and no prior experience is necessary!

Space is limited, so make sure to secure your spot by calling the Mt. Carroll Library at 815-244-1751. Whether you're a parent looking for a creative family activity or an individual eager to explore the world of flowers, Fun with Flowers is the perfect event for you!

Come join us on February 10th for a blooming good time at the Mt. Carroll Library!

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