Registration Open for Preschool Garden Series at Greensboro Children's Museum


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Photo courtesy of Greensboro Children's Museum

Registration is now open for the Little Sprouts Preschool Series at the Greensboro Children’s Museum. Classes begin April 18 for the 6-class garden series, which meets Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m.

In this hands-on preschool drop-off program, participants will explore The Edible Schoolyard together, playing and learning all along the way. The series will focus on a different theme each week.

Cost is $60 for museum members; $72 for non-members. The fee also covers the class and admission to the Greensboro Children's Museum for one adult and participating child on the day of the class.

Class dates are April 18, April 25, May 2, May 9, May 16 and May 23.

Registration required. For more information, visit the Greensboro Children's Museum website.

 

Source: Greensboro Children's Museum

 

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