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A program of the Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners

Grown in Monmouth Events January 2021

Please Note:

The Monmouth County Department of Economic Development strives to ensure the accuracy of the Calendar of Event listings, but changes sometimes occur without our knowledge. Monmouth County cannot be held liable in the event of omissions or errors on Calendar of Events and its listings. Contact the respective organization prior to attending the event to confirm information.

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Wednesday January 20,2021

2pm-3pm

Learn how to identify and feed the birds in your backyard this winter! During the cold winter months, food becomes scarce for many species of wild birds. This workshop encourages kids to enjoy nature and teaches them a fun and easy way to provide a nutritious food source for birds. This informational and interactive workshop, appropriate for all ages, will be facilitated by Calgo Garden’s Nursery Manager, Taylor Edgington. With a degree in Biology and Plant Science, Taylor will teach workshop participants about the wild birds in their backyard, how to identify various species, and share information about how the birds live. The workshop fee includes all the supplies needed to make two pinecone bird feeders. Please Note: • Parents, please be present to help your children if needed. • We will be using SunButter, a peanut-free protein source for the bird feeders. This event will be held inside our open air greenhouse, following COVID-19 Guidelines. Tickets sold via Eventbrite

Thursday January 21,2021

2pm-3pm

Learn how to grow and care for a winter garden in preparation for the spring! Tickets sold via Eventbrite

Friday January 22,2021

6pm-8pm

Setting intentions has never been so peaceful…or fun! Tickets sold via Eventbrite

Wednesday January 27,2021

2pm-3pm

Learn how to identify and feed the birds in your backyard this winter! During the cold winter months, food becomes scarce for many species of wild birds. This workshop encourages kids to enjoy nature and teaches them a fun and easy way to provide a nutritious food source for birds. This informational and interactive workshop, appropriate for all ages, will be facilitated by Calgo Garden’s Nursery Manager, Taylor Edgington. With a degree in Biology and Plant Science, Taylor will teach workshop participants about the wild birds in their backyard, how to identify various species, and share information about how the birds live. The workshop fee includes all the supplies needed to make two pinecone bird feeders. Please Note: • Parents, please be present to help your children if needed. • We will be using SunButter, a peanut-free protein source for the bird feeders. This event will be held inside our open air greenhouse, following COVID-19 Guidelines. Tickets sold via Eventbrite

Thursday January 28,2021

2pm-3pm

Learn how to grow and care for a winter garden in preparation for the spring! Tickets sold via Eventbrite