There’s something special about planting a garden, harvesting and then enjoying the fruits of your labor. But how can you enjoy your produce year round? We’ll discuss several different methods of preserving including freezing, proper storage, jams, and canning. There are more ways than you might think!
As far back as 1925, this delicious, sticky and gooey treat has been loved by millions across the United States. Today there are many variations to the original S’more. Visit the Town of Zionsville’s Facebook page August 1 - 8 and vote for your favorites! Then join us during our S’more’s Day Campfire to taste the winners. Registration is required as space is limited.
It’s an old fashioned summer bug hunt. Bring your insect net or borrow one of ours. We’ll meet in Elm Street Green to see what crawls, flies and buzzes among the meadow wildflowers. Long pants are recommended.
Sunday, August 25 - Monthly Dog Walk
When: 3 – 4 p.m.
Where: Starkey Park, 667 Sugarbush Drive
Grab your pooch and beat the heat along shaded park trails. Join us for a walk though Starkey Park and a chance to socialize with other dog owners. Dogs must be on a leash and under owner’s control at all times.
Give your toddler a fun and interactive introduction to nature in our Mommy & Me classes! Each month we will focus on a different topic and will feature live animal encounters, stories, crafts and nature exploration.