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Kids' Garden Dance Plant (Mar. 5, 2016)

Saturday 05 March 2016, 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Spend a morning planting vegetables and herb seedlings, mulching, watering and of course having fun to music. We will discuss what has been planted and how the garden grows. Children will also take home their own veggie plant in a  decorated pot.
This is a free event, suitable for children of all ages. Places are limited to 15 children.
In the event of a Total Fire Ban or Code Red Fire Danger Day, this event will not go ahead.
This event is part of the Summer in the MC² Community Garden series.

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