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Colleen Griffin of Stroudwater Neighborhood will offer a program focused on how European colonists used the herb garden for culinary and medicinal purposes. Her talk will also include information about how the Wabanaki people used particular plants such as the needles of white pine trees to benefit health.
The presentation will be followed by a tasting of three natural and herb teas: white pine tea, lemon balm-lavender tea, and dandelion root tea, supplemented with fresh herb butter cookies. Participants are encouraged to bring along a teacup for the tasting (BYOTC).
Rain Date for this event is Sunday June 26 at 3:00 PM
Date & Time
Thu, Jun 23, 2022 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM