Southwestern Day at the garden on May 18, 2019 was a wonderful event. Over 100 people were in attendance with a gorgeous day. Eight DIG it Steering Committee members were there to help out. Thank you for your help!
The kids started with making rainsticks, Native American program with drum song, chatting and dancing, garden blessing with the kids, storytelling; the Three Sisters Story, and the kids planting the three sisters heirloom seeds and ending with fry bread.
The playhouse has been converted into an educational display room. It contains Native American hands on education and will be displayed until our Harvest Day on September 21st. The displayed will reflect the theme of each event. We had many volunteers to help make the event run smoothly.