Free square foot gardening workshops all day Saturday, April 23rd!
Why not bulk up on some food growth know-how for fun and free? Join the Mighty Kindness organization for their 4th Annual Earth Day Hootenanny (Yeah, yeah--Earth Day is actually on Friday--but you should carryover the celebration). Besides the free square foot gardening workshops, there will be all sorts of information on sustainable living scattered across the event.
Other activities include Mighty Kidness Area, message-a-thon, healing arts, free yoga sessions, community film festival, a music jam tent, local musicians, local arts, local jewelry, local handmade items, nature study, recreation, farms, local food vendors, the great cloth diaper change, live streaming from Crescent Hill Radio.com, green businesses, and bunches of other things.
The Hootenanny festival takes off at noon and lasts until 5pm. It takes place at the Louisville Nature Center, 3745 Illinois Avenue (across from the zoo).
photo courtesy: Mighty Kindness
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