Sunday, February 24, 2013

SCBG programs for the week of Feb. 24- Mar. 2

Thursday, Feb 28
Learn how to incorporate culinary herbs into your garden with Director of Education Lisa Wagner.  She’ll talk about the best culinary herbs to grow (annual and perennial) and their needs, along with suggestions about propagation, cultivars, and sources.
Fee: $15 ($12 for SCBG members & volunteers)
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Hanson Nature Learning Center

Saturday, March 2
HUNT CABIN OPEN HOUSE: Cabin Construction
Take a closer look at the Hunt Cabin and learn about how log homes were constructed in the 1800’s in the Upstate.  From the roof to the foundations, a story of human interaction with the environment is told through the wood, clay, stone and brick used to create this historical structure.  Learn about the essential skills needed to create a warm and cozy home.  We’ll cook something tasty over the fire, listen to a story or two and play traditional games from the period.
Fee: Donations to the Hunt Cabin Restoration Fund
Time: 12 – 4 p.m.
Location: Hunt Cabin

Saturday, March 2
Treasures Of The Indian Subcontinent

Spices and herbs have always been fundamental to Indian cuisine, adding flavor as well as having health-giving properties. Enjoy heady spices as we make and savor a meal showcasing India’s culinary diversity.
Fee: $35 ($30 members or volunteers)
Time: 4– 7 p.m.
Location: Hanson Nature Learning Center

To register for either of the programs with a fee, click here.

The Hunt Cabin Open House is free, with donations gratefully accepted!

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