CODA staff will
explore safe, stable relationships and environments by discussing small
moments. They will discuss gender roles
from the past, present and what we hope to see in the future for younger
serve as important symbolism in Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
and Vigo County Parks Department's Amber Slaughterbeck will be on hand to discuss
this significance while also highlighting local species.
Shakespeare's plays and poems abound with flowers and gardens.
Join VCPRD Naturalist, Amber Slaughterbeck, as we visit the beauty of planting
your own Shakespeare garden. Discussion includes garden design, plant uses, and
wildlife benefits. Advanced Master Gardener, Marilyn Miller, will elaborate on
plant selections and showcase flowers from the Apple House. Participate in our
Rose Raffle for a chance to win!