Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘workshops’

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Free CA-Friendly Lawn & Garden Workshop

Free CA-Friendly Lawn & Garden Workshop

Hemming and hawing about tearing out the lawn and opting for a drought-tolerant, California-friendly landscape? Pasadena Water and Power hosts a free workshop on May 30th at Eaton Canyon Nature Center with experts offering details on how to remove turf, then moving on to basic landscape design, irrigation fundamentals, plant species, and maintenance. This half-day […]

Wildflower Seed Collecting and Picnic

Wildflower Seed Collecting and Picnic

The Mediterranean Garden Society of Southern California invites the public to bring a picnic to Arlington Garden and take a wildflower seed-collecting workshop on May 16th. Mayitos Dinos designed the Arlington Garden in Pasadena and she will be present to explain the garden’s genesis and evolution. Garden volunteers will collect wildflower seeds for next year’s […]

The Knitterati

The Knitterati

It’s called a one-of-a-kind, experiential knitting event. Vogue Knitting Live. Knitting aficionados, enthusiasts, and all-out fantatics may enjoy four whole days, April 16th-19th, at the Pasadena Convention Center. On the schedule: master-level hand-knitting workshops on fit and shaping, pattern writing, lace, and socks. A marketplace is available with new yarn and accessories from around the […]

Square Foot Gardening & Mosaic Bricks

Square Foot Gardening & Mosaic Bricks

They say that nothing tastes better than home grown vegetables, the flavors enhanced by healthy soil devoid of pesticides. Find out yourself by building a square foot garden. Square foot gardens use only twenty percent of the space of a conventional garden, no tilling of the soil is necessary, and the amount of water needed […]

Make a Wreath!

Make a Wreath!

We’ve taken down the spider that splayed across the front door and are trying to find last year’s bunch of Indian Corn as we enter the season of giving thanks. Soon, it shall be the days of Christmas, Hanukah, Kwaanza, and winter solstice. Wreaths will start adorning our homes; some will be dried, or made […]

Avenue 50 Studio Raising Funds

Avenue 50 Studio Raising Funds

“We feel the showing of multicultural arts on a monthly basis in a working class community can go a long way in educating people to the importance of diverse art in their lives.” Avenue 50 Studio in Highland Park hosts art exhibits, poetry readings, film screenings, and musical events highlighting not only the arts and […]

Bookmaking with Wendy Poma

Bookmaking with Wendy Poma

Codex versus case. Do you know the difference? Wendy Poma does. She’s been teaching traditional bookmaking at Glendale Community College since 1999, and she’ll be hosting a bookmaking workshop at Vroman’s on Saturday, June 15th. All supplies are included in the price of the workshop ($40) and the final product will be a hard covered […]

A Weekend for Your Soul

A Weekend for Your Soul

Are you in need of a soul-nurturing weekend? Louise Hay and Hay House are hosting I Can Do It, a conference this Friday through Sunday at the Pasadena Convention Center. Louise Hay founded this conference four years ago as a place for like-minded people to gather, commune and heal. It intends to revitalize, re-charge and […]

SPACE for Young Artists

SPACE for Young Artists

The teaching program at SPACE, an art center and gallery in South Pasadena, has been growing rapidly, and this spring brings even more classes for kids, including ones as young as 4. The courses, which run 10 weeks each, include: — Art Explorers: experimentation with a variety of media for the youngest set. — Ceramics: […]

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