Join Enough Pie + Charleston Climate Coalition for a morning of eco-art and gardening! Enjoy spring weather in the Butterfly Book Nook while we create bird feeders, decorate rocks for the garden, and paint watercolor gratitude letters. To celebrate the approval of Charleston's Climate Action Plan, we will design posters and postcards to show our appreciation! Materials will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. When you're not engaging in the art activities, show off your green thumb with gardener Celie Daley! This event is free, and open to the public. Don't forget your masks!
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What seeds will you sow in your community? Celebrate Earth Month in the Butterfly Book Nook! In addition to sprucing up the Butterfly Garden, we'll create eco-friendly bird feeders. Bring your own recyclable items like mason jars, milk cartons and cardboard tubes -- we'll provide the peanut butter and bird seed! Charleston Climate Coalition will join us during their Tour de Earth Day, a slow roll bike ride through urban eco-stops of Downtown Charleston. Face coverings are required, and social distancing is strongly encouraged. In the event of rain, we will reschedule for another date. See you there!
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