Fairy House Workshop at Q-C Botanical Center May 5


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Press release submitted by Quad City Botanical Center


Fairy House Workshop

Sunday. May 5, 2013- 1pm - Fairy House Workshop. Quad City Botanical Center 2525 4th Ave. Rock Island, IL Create your very own fairy house. You will also learn about fairy gardens and themes. Each participant will make their very own little fairy house to take home. Cost is $10.00 per person (This cost also includes your admission to the Quad City Botanical Center) the workshop is for Adults and Children 8 years and older. Reservations required, please call 309-794-0991 x 208 or email edu@qcgardens.com. Reservation must be made before May 2.



















 




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