The art of Kokedama spans centuries! Learn about this beautiful form of Japanese garden art and build your own to take home.

Kingwood Members: $28    Non-members: $35

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Breathe colorful new life into your denim collection! Bring a few pieces from your wardrobe for this hands-on experience where you’ll learn three beautiful techniques of painting on denim.

Kingwood Members: $28    Non-members: $35

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This fun, hands-on class will teach you to cut and hand-sew felt succulents to create a colorful potted planter. Please note: an understanding of basic hand-stitching is required.

Cost:   Members- $28    Nonmembers- $35

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CANCELLED: Mother’s Day Floral Pendant

*This program has been cancelled*

Come make a Mother’s Day floral pendant! This Youth & Family program will be a great way to create together with the little ones in your life. Your piece will be fired in Juli Parsons’ studio and returned in one week, just in time to wear or gift it for Mother’s Day.

SOLD OUT: Spring Wreaths

*This program is now sold out*

Spring is here! Welcome the changing season by building a beautiful wreath using springs blooms and greens. Guests will get to choose between 2 different styles of wreaths.

Join us for an evening of discussion on how to handle, care for, and eventually pass on your family treasures. Holly Witchey, ICA-Art Conservation’s Director of Education & Outreach, will host a pop-up museum and deliver a presentation on the care and handling of family treasures.

Attendees are encouraged to bring a small object, photograph, document, or item that is meaningful to exhibit in a “Pop-Up Museum” of family treasures.

*This program is open to RichHistory member organizations and Kingwood Center Gardens members*

RichHistory member organizations: Free registration for your party of up to five members; please register through your organization rep.

Kingwood members-Sign up through the link below, in-person at our Welcome Desk, or over the phone at: (419)522-0211.

 

Co-sponsored with Rich History Alliance and hosted at Kingwood Center Gardens

Blending flora, fashion and fragrance, this interactive exhibit offers a unique, innovative experience where you can discover the plants and flowers behind some the world’s most iconic perfumes. Showcasing some of Mother Nature’s most aromatic botanicals, Making Scents explores the artistry, history and science of fragrance utilizing STEAM teaching methods and offers hands-on demonstrations and engaging interpretation. By integrating horticulture, history and pop culture, Making Scents is sure to enlighten the senses and engage the minds of visitors about fragrance and the living world in a fun, dynamic way.

Blending flora, fashion and fragrance, this interactive exhibit offers a unique, innovative experience where you can discover the plants and flowers behind some the world’s most iconic perfumes. Showcasing some of Mother Nature’s most aromatic botanicals, Making Scents explores the artistry, history and science of fragrance utilizing STEAM teaching methods and offers hands-on demonstrations and engaging interpretation. By integrating horticulture, history and pop culture, Making Scents is sure to enlighten the senses and engage the minds of visitors about fragrance and the living world in a fun, dynamic way.

Blending flora, fashion and fragrance, this interactive exhibit offers a unique, innovative experience where you can discover the plants and flowers behind some the world’s most iconic perfumes. Showcasing some of Mother Nature’s most aromatic botanicals, Making Scents explores the artistry, history and science of fragrance utilizing STEAM teaching methods and offers hands-on demonstrations and engaging interpretation. By integrating horticulture, history and pop culture, Making Scents is sure to enlighten the senses and engage the minds of visitors about fragrance and the living world in a fun, dynamic way.