Washington Evening Journal
111 North Marion Avenue
Washington, IA 52353
Celebrate earth’s beauty by making gifts from nature for your family.
Join the Louisa County Conservation team at Langwood Education Center, Thursday, Dec. 2 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
They will be using natural items to make crafts such as pinecone owls and wreaths while nibbling on popcorn and sipping hot cocoa. All snacks and craft supplies provided, although feel free to bring items to use or share.
The greenery for the wreaths has been donated by Honeycreek Christmas trees, out of Morning Sun.
All ages are welcome to this free program however space is limited. Pre-registration required by Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Louisa County Conservation is dedicated to connecting people to the rich natural heritage of the county and facilitating experiences that build an ethic of care for the resources that sustain us.
By creating gifts from nature, we are reducing the amount of plastic waste and packaging.
Langwood Education Center is located at 14019 H Ave. Follow the directional signs from Highway 61 through Grandview.
For more information about this event, visit LouisaCountyConservation.org or on Facebook.
To register, contact Laura Semken at 319-523-8381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.