Bauer’s Market & Garden Center is again hosting Bauer’s Busy Bees!

At Bauer’s, we believe all children should have the opportunity to see the beauty of a garden, gain basic science knowledge, experience growing mistakes, and taste garden-fresh produce!  Bring your little ones (ages 3-10) and join us for one, or all, of our Bauer’s Busy Bees events.

The Spring series will run from April 6 – June 15, from 8-10am each Saturday.  Various garden themed projects will be held each week.  Cost is 5.00/per child or max 15.00/family and all supplies are provided for each project.  All projects within the Spring Series are held at Bauer’s Market & Garden Center, rain or shine.  Please dress your children appropriately for inclement weather and the potential to get dirty or messy.

REGISTRATION: to make sure we have enough supplies for all children that are interested, please visit the shop section of our website or simply click the name of the event below to register & prepay online.  While registration isn’t mandatory, we highly encourage it so we do not run out of project supplies. Once supplies are gone for that project, we unfortunately cannot do any additional projects for the day. Prepayment for your children for a specific event reserves supplies for them on that date.

Spring Series
April 6: Rainbow Gardens
Children will create their very own Rainbow Garden!  Read the book ‘Planting a Rainbow’ with our Busy Bees host, Kaitlyn, or with your parent and plant a rainbow of colors that will bloom all summer.
April 13: Rainbow Gardens!
Since so many kids enjoyed reading a story with our Busy Bee host then planting their very own Rainbow Garden last weekend, we’re doing it again for those who missed it.  If you weren’t able to join the fun last Saturday, this is your second chance!  {By a show of registration, it appeared as though the Resurrection Garden didn’t have a strong following.  Due to that, we made a change for workshop theme for Busy Bees on April 13.}
April 20: Make Your Own Greenhouse
Get a head start on your garden planting by seed starting indoors.
April 27: TBA
Various garden themed projects will be held each week
May 4: Earthworm Hotel
Join us to learn about nature’s favorite helper: Worms!  These squiggly friends provide a host of benefits including soil aeration, recycle nutrients, compost materials into the soil, and so much more.  Your kids will love watching the worms hard at work in their creation they take home!
May 11: Mother’s Day Event
Kids will make a special planter for their mom, grandmother, step-mom, or whatever mother figure they want to show love for!
May 18: TBA
Various garden themed projects will be held each week
May 25: Memorial Day Planters
Choose from red, white, and blue plants to design a Memorial Day garden.
June 1: TBA
Various garden themed projects will be held each week
June 8: TBA
Various garden themed projects will be held each week
June 15: Father’s Day Event
Succulents make perfect first time plants for children to care for and watch grow….because they’re pretty easy.  Kids will plant a succulent planter for their father, or anyone else, in their life.

Project themes may change due to supply availability.  Anyone registered prior to the schedule change will be emailed and given the option of a refund.

Check out Bauer’s Busy Bees: Spring Series weekly workshop themes here

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