Registration info is on the Wayland School Community Program’s Community Education page at www.wayland.k12.ma.us under District Information.
Children will make terrariums, learn how seeds differ in appearance, be exposed to art masterpieces, and create their own artwork with their newfound appreciation for the natural world. In the garden, they will prepare the soil, plant seeds, and even take one plant home to tend in their own mini-garden.
Registration info or questions may be directed to WSCP at 508-358-8617. Deborah Niles, Happy Hollow teacher who has been a leader in the five-year organic garden project, will lead the 3 – 4:30pm club.