Ooh la la! Effortlessly chic by nature and elegant in approach, Parisian style sets the stage for a springtime rendezvous. French tulips, freesia, and pussy willow provide diverse color and soft texture. Variegated aspidistra leaves line the tall, stately vase, while bear grass and hanging amaranthus drape around its edges to give this grandiose arrangement a dramatic presence.
Home & Garden
Warm up with local goods in the greenhouse!
Whether you’re looking to remodel your home or you just have an interest in interior decorating, the Minneapolis Home + Garden Show won’t disappoint. With exhibitors from appliance and home décor vendors to garden and landscape services, the Home + Garden Show will give you the best tips and tricks for a stylish home both inside and out. You can exhibit your own floor plans, get decorating ideas from Minneapolis’ best or shop for the newest home and garden items on your wish list.
December 7–January Escape the frigid Minnesota air and explore the colorful, exotic holiday flower show inside the Como Park conservatory, where the temperatures are tropical all year round. All ages. 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
There will be a Saving Seeds class held Saturday, September 17 at 10:30 a.m. at
the White Bear Lake Library. The class is free and appropriate for all ages. A
Master Gardener will discuss seed-saving techniques, and representatives from
the Seed Library will be available for questions.
Explore the gardens and exhibitions of the Bakken Museum.
Tour ten of the White Bear Lake area’s most historic homes. Sites featured in this self-guided tour include grand estates, country homes and lakeside cottages. Tourists will receive a ticket booklet with maps and information about each location. $25 advance, $30 day-of. Noon–6 p.m. White Bear Lake Armory, 2228 Fourth St., White Bear Lake; 651.407.5327; whitebearhistory.org
Many baby-boomers worry about the care needs for an elderly parent. Their parents may live with the uncertainty of chronic illness and disability and have a whole host of planning issues. However, either caregivers are overwhelmed with conflicting information or don't know where to seek help. Such a lack of information, or the wealth of conflicting information, adds to their anxiety about caring for an elderly parent. Indeed, it takes a team to protect an elderly person and every aspect of planning should be addressed.
Please join us at the home of Minnesota Project board member Rändi Setter in Hugo, MN. Join us as we learn more about this growing program and what we can do to support increased access to fresh food for all.
Spend some extra time with your little one at this evening class put on by the Early Childhood program. This 4 week session will include music, finger plays, snacks and reading farm stories like The Three Little Pigs, and you and your children will learn about life on the farm and the animals that live there. One Tuesday session will include a special field trip to the Hugo Animal Farm to meet all the animals up close and personal. Ages 2–4. Prices vary based upon family income; call for registration details. 6:15 p.m. 651.653.3100.