Beer Brewing Basics: Brewing a Belgian White • Free • Interested?
Saturday, July 29th • 11am
Special guest Noelle Gray (winner of “best beer” award at our 2016 Home Brew For Hunger) will present a detailed demonstration of all-grain brewing. If you have tried brewing beer with a kit and are ready to take the next step, or if you’re already doing all-grain brews and want to learn some tips and techniques from someone who brews spectacular beer, join us on the 29th!
Hydroponics 101 “Take 2” • Free • Interested?
Saturday, August 5th • 11am
If you missed this class or want a refresher on hydroponics, here is your chance!
Have you ever been curious about how to garden indoors? Well now you can learn how to grow indoors, year-round, with great success. Hydroponics 101 is a beginner-level class where Armond will take the mystery out of growing your garden in water. In this class he will discuss some easy ways to start an indoor garden using hydroponics, including the benefits of lighting and the different types available. He will also provide a explanation of nutrients – what plants need and how to provide them in hydroponic gardening. You don’t have to have a degree in chemistry or biology to use and enjoy growing hydroponically. You will be amazed at how quickly you will catch on and want to explore this clean way of gardening yourself.
Brew Your Own Ginger Ale (Beer) • Free • Interested?
Saturday, August 12th • 11am
In this class you will learn how to make your own Ginger Beer, sometimes called Ginger Ale. Pam will be sharing one of her favorite beverages as she teaches you the basics behind this delicious summer treat. This is a must-attend class for those who love ginger as much as we do!
Caring For Your Houseplants: From Aloe Vera to Zamioculcas Zamiifolia • Free • Interested?
Saturday, August 19th • 11am
Join our plant manager to learn how to help your houseplants thrive. Pam will discuss the proper light levels, watering, misting, soil, and pruning of various indoor plants that we carry. She will also discuss disease prevention along with insect prevention and treatments. This will be a very informative class, so you may want to bring a pen and notebook. She will have a question and answer session at the end of the class for those with specific questions or problems.
Attendees of this class can get 10% off indoor plants of their choice on the day of the class!
Putting Up Your Harvest • Free • Interested?
Saturday, August 26th • 11am
In this class, you will explore and learn how to revive old fashioned techniques of “putting up your harvest” in a modern world, so that you can enjoy summer’s bounty throughout the year. The topics discussed will be canning, drying, pickling, fermenting and dehydration. Pam will also be doing a canning demonstration, so you can see this technique in action. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a great deal from one of the most successful gardeners and food-preservers that we know.