September 17 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm EDT
Glencarlyn Library Community Garden
300 South Kensington Street
Arlington, Virginia 22204
Join us at our celebration of Fall and nature with plants, crafts, food and education! RAIN OR SHINE!
Taste: Savory and sweet foods and beverages featuring herbs.
Visit: Arlington’s oldest house, Ball-Sellers House, two doors from Glencarlyn Library Garden at 5620 Third Street, for tours; the Library for kids’ storytime at 10:30 followed by crafts; and the Library Truck.
Buy: Native plants from Hill House Nursery; Painted Ukrainian pysanky eggs; handmade pottery from Kimberly’s Kiln; local honey from Hive Hive; used books from Friends of Arlington Library; “Perfect Partners” T-shirts; (free!) saplings from the Small Trees Make Big Canopies program; and more.
Make: Sachets from dried herbs and flowers and take the scents of AutumnFest home.
Learn: From the experts. Mini-workshops include:
11 a.m. – Native Plant Walk: Get acquainted with native plants for your yard.
Noon – Garden Basics: How to plant, do soil tests, and choose the right plant.
1 p.m. – Invasives: How to recognize and remove invasive plants.
All Day — Fun kids activities; Consult with Master Naturalists and Master Gardeners; Learn about the new invasive Spotted Lanternfly.
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