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Fairy House Making at Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Join Mother Nature for a Midsummer’s Eve (well almost) making a fairy house for your garden. Gather up some natural materials like acorn caps, milkweed fluff, feathers, empty nut shells, reeds and grasses, mosses, sticks, stones, leaves, flowers, straw, stems, shells, bark, pinecones, and shells to decorate a home for your fairies. We’ll provide the glue and the base. You provide the materials and the imagination! (Also, bring a hot glue gun if you have one.) The fairies will thank you!
Reservations are required.
|Where||Smith-Gilbert Gardens 2382 Pine Mountain Rd NW, Kennesaw, GA 30152|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:30 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Kids, Families, Seniors|
|Price||$5 materials fee/house plus regular admission fees|
More About Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Smith-Gilbert Gardens is a botanical garden and learning center located on 16 well-maintained acres. It features a variety of plantings, the historic Hiram Butler home and 30 contemporary sculptures. The grounds were originally developed to attract birds, but now the gardens are linked by paths that connect separate groupings of mature plants.
There are huge Japanese maples, a Bonsai exhibit, a camellia garden, waterfalls, a rose garden, two koi ponds and a conifer display. Educational programs are offered throughout the year for guests of all ages. The gardens are also available for private events.