Thanksgiving Centerpiece Class being held Nov. 20


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Posted Online: Nov. 13, 2012, 10:17 am
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Press release submitted by Quad City Botanical Center



Quad City Botanical Center Thanksgiving Centerpiece Class
Winter hours start November 1
Monday-Saturday 10-4/Sunday 12-4
Closed Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Centerpiece Class
Tuesday, November 20- 6:30 p.m.

This class will be taught by Damian Parizek, an award winning floral designer from Milan Flower and Gift Shop. Each student will create a centerpiece to use on their Thanksgiving table! All supplies will be provided. Call Katie at 309-794-0991 x 28 or email Katie@qcgardens.com to register. Advance registration and prepayment is required. Space is limited so call today.
Cost:
$30.00 members of the Quad City Botanical Center $35.00 for non-members of the Quad City Botanical Center.





















 



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