The Brown Bag Botany Series continues under the Walnut Tree. Entertaining blacksmith Ted Guimond will demonstrate making tools for the garden on a portable forge. Ted will be working over the fire with iron, hammer and anvil to show how iron is converted into useful tools for the grill. Come and learn about iron, carbon,... View Article
Archives for July 2016
Book Talk to Celebrate Centennial Year of Local Author’s Masterpiece Editor John Linstrom on Liberty Hyde Bailey’s The Holy Earth On July 23 at 1:00, John Linstrom will lead a book talk and conversation about one of the most influential books by environmental author and “South Haven’s Favorite Son,” Liberty Hyde Bailey (1858-1954), at Black... View Article
Aaron Priebe will be speaking on trees this Wednesday, July 20, at noon. He will be speaking instead of Don Lam who is unable to speak. So bring a bag lunch and enjoy an arborist under the walnut tree!
On Wednesday, July 20 at noon we present Don Lam who will discuss bee keeping and how to create the right environment on your backyard. Lam is the President of the Holland Area Bee Keepers Association and has years of experience cultivating bee colonies. Please a bag lunch and join us under the Walnut Tree... View Article
We are presenting the fascinating story of South Haven’s origins as a center for fruit growing and development in the new exhibition, Fruits of their Labors, The Story of Four Pomologists and South Haven Fruit, which opens Friday, July 8 and will run through September 24. Fruits tells the story of South Haven’s early apple and... View Article