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Wild Sun Catchers Workshop at Blue Hill Library
August 10 @ 3:30 pm
Kids are invited to Wild Sun Catchers on the library lawn on Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 3:30 p.m. Join Landere Naisbitt from Blue Hill Heritage Trust and Claire Malina from the Blue Hill Library for a workshop on goldenrod.
Landere will share information about the animals, insects and other species that interact with goldenrod. We will be joined by special guest Brighid Doherty, founder of The Solidago School of Herbalism on Deer Isle. Brighid will teach about the medicinal qualities of the plant, share a poem and how to make tea and infused vinegar or oil. There will also be a craft of making sun prints of goldenrod and making butterfly cut out crafts!
To register, use the library’s interactive calendar or call 374-5515.
Wild Sun Catchers is a monthly program for kids and families that celebrates the wild plants of the Blue Hill Peninsula, with focus on a different plant each month. This program is free and is co-sponsored by the Blue Hill Library and Blue Hill Heritage Trust.
For more information, email Claire at [email protected].