SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Join the Gibbs Museum for a morning of volunteering at tje Garden Get-Away event on on Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. -Noon in Falcon Heights.
The Garden Get-Away at Gibbs Museum will have garden projects for everyone in the family ages 3 and up including weeding, hauling, watering and deadheading. Orchard and garden specialists will be on hand which to teach volunteers about Minnesota gardening as well. If the children get bored with gardening, there are a variety of activities to keep them busy.
Volunteer registration is required, contact Terry at Gibbs Museum.
Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakota Life interprets mid-1800s pioneer and Dakota Indian life, all in the beautiful setting of the Gibbs farm and restored prairie areas.
For Dakota and early Minnesota pioneers, living off the land was at the core of everyday existence. Gibbs Museum has a heritage apple orchard, pioneer and Dakota crop gardens, a native Minnesota medicine garden, house gardens as well as a restored prairies. All of which can be visited at the Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakota Life.
To find our more information about this event visit the Ramsey County Historical Society website. Registration for this event is required.
Gibbs Museum is located at Larpenteur and Cleavland Avenue in Falcon Heights and is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
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