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The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Announces Annual Holiday Craft Workshop

October 24, 2012

The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Announces Annual Holiday Craft Workshop

Santa Barbara, CA –– The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is pleased to present a Holiday Family Nature Craft Workshop on Saturday, December 15th from 10:00am – Noon in the Garden Courtyard, 1212 Mission Canyon Road in Santa Barbara.

image of girl with holiday wreathGather family, friends and neighbors for this fun annual event! Participants will enjoy creating old-fashioned crafts items using materials gathered from nature including unique wreaths, hand-printed wrapping paper, and unique cards. Steaming hot cider and cookies are included.

This class is taught by Judy Sanregret, Joan Evans and others in the Education Department. Judy, the Garden’s Director of Education, graduated from UCSB and taught elementary school in Northern California for 25 years. She is a certified Master Gardener and a Garden Docent. Teaching classes for children and families is one of her favorite things.

“I just love teaching this particular craft workshop,” said Judy Sanregret, Director of Education for SBBG. “It is a great opportunity for families to do something together, create beautiful items, and get into the holiday spirit ~ all for a very reasonable price.”

The cost is $25.00 for a SBBG Member Family (up to 4) - $5.00 for each additional person, or $40.00 for a Non-Member Family (up to 4) - $7.00 for each addition person. To register, call (805) 682-4726 ext. 102, email [email protected], or visit www.sbbg.org and click on “classes”.

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About the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden: 
The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a 78-acre educational and scientific institution fostering the conservation of California’s native plants and serves as a role model for sustainable practice in Santa Barbara, California. The Garden was founded in 1926 and is among the nation’s oldest botanic gardens focused exclusively on native plants.

To arrange an interview or to request high-resolution photos, please contact:

SBBG Communications Coordinator
(805) 682-4726 ext. 132