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by Leslie Walker

Come to this informative class to learn an important skill needed by all good botanical artists. Plant material will be provided, but if you have a subject that is presenting you with a problem, bring it with you so Lee can help you solve it.

Dates: Saturday, June 21 and Sunday June 22
Times: 9:30 am − 3:30 pm
Cost: $210 for BAGSC members, $235 for non-members
Bring your lunch

Send your check to Leslie Walker. Please include your preferred email address with your check, so Leslie can email you the materials list. The materials list will be emailed upon receipt of your payment. Registration is limited, based on receipt of payment.

Questions? Email Leslie.

The workshop will be held in Newport Beach at the Environmental Nature Center (The ENC). The ENC is located at 1601 East 16th Street, Newport Beach, CA 92663. (Click on the address for directions.) There is ample, easy parking at the ENC, and the classroom space and surroundings are beautiful. Hopefully, the butterfly house still will be open at that time too!

by Deb Shaw

The Environmental Nature Center (ENC) in Newport Beach is having their Spring Faire and Butterfly House Opening on
May 4, 2014; 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
1601 E. 16th Street, Newport Beach, CA 92663

Come and join the fun at the 9th Annual Spring Faire and Butterfly House Opening! View the Children’s Art Show, “Wildlife of the OC”.  Enjoy delicious food from local restaurants in the “Taste of OC”. Visit Orange County’s only butterfly house, purchase native plants and attract butterflies and birds to your own yard. Play nature games, or purchase a re-usable ENC canvas bag for $5 — your “ticket” to make awesome crafts! Decorate your body with face paint or henna. Get a massage from the nice folks from Greet the Day!

Hang out at the Fire Circle Stage for a live performance by the Youth Singers of Orange County, “Story Time” presented by Community Roots Academy, see a live Bird of Prey presentation from the OC Bird of Prey Center, and watch a presentation with real wolves from Wolf Totem Ambassadors.

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