Sun 15 Jul 2018, 12 pm
Get hands-on in the garden during your gallery visit with crafts and planting activities led by educators from the Garden School Foundation. Learn about the anatomy of plants and how they grow in urban gardens through a drop-in activity that the whole family can explore.
Garden School Foundation turns asphalt into ecosystems throughout Los Angeles by providing a wide scope of education through hands-on learning in outdoor classrooms to local schools including 24th Street School in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, along with six other Title I Elementary Schools across the city.
This event is free, however, reservations are recommended. Click here to register.
Photo: smg-photography / Sarah M. Golonka
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