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Clary Gardens offers handmade Christmas card workshop and hike

| November 20, 2012

COSHOCTON – Clary Gardens, located at 588 W. Chestnut St. (SR 541 W), Coshocton, is hosting a Handmade Christmas Card Workshop on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 10 a.m. An optional hike on the half-mile woodland trail will immediately follow the class.  Come enjoy some creative time and come away with your very own personal card design for someone special. The technique they will be using is Paper Collage. All your supplies are included in the $10 class fee, but feel free to bring a favorite stencil, old Christmas card to repurpose, or favorite paper and pens. If you are inspired by another theme, such as New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, etc., please bring items you wish to incorporate in your design. There will be creative books available to look through and a few basic designs presented, so even if you think you aren’t creative, as long as you can cut and paste, you will come away with a keepsake card. Class size is limited, so register early as these workshops often fill up. The workshop is suitable for all ages. Adults need to remain with anyone under 12. Pre-registration is requested by Nov. 30. Participants wishing to join on the woodland hike are asked to wear comfortable sturdy shoes (no flip flops please) and weather appropriate clothing.

All fees benefit the ongoing development of their children’s garden.

Clary Gardens has free admission and is open to the public, daily from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. this time of year. Visitors are always welcome to take a self-guided tour anytime during these hours and brochures/maps are available in the parking lots. Visitors are welcome to bring a blanket for picnicking in the garden or in the amphitheatre.

Clary Gardens is located at 588 West Chestnut Street (SR 541 West) in Coshocton, just past the south entrance to Roscoe Village. For more information about Clary Gardens, call 740-622-6524 or visit www.clarygardens.org or facebook/clarygardens.

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