Is this spring?
Our family ate dinner outside last night (in our puffer jackets) for the first time in 2023. I think that means that spring is here! For a few days at least...I mean, we all know how it goes.
We had our first Nature Based Art Class on Friday. The kiddos planted sunflower seeds and made sunflower art using noodles.
Word came in this AM that the sunflowers have sprouted! See those little plants poking up through the soil :) Growing things feels like pure magic every time!
This is a great way to re-use your old berry and tomato containers. If they have holes in the bottom, you can use some newspaper or parchment paper to line the container before you fill it with soil and seeds. Make sure to keep them in a warm and sunny spot! The lid acts like a greenhouse to keep moisture in and help your seeds sprout!
Speaking of spring...we have Spring Break here in Summit next week. Here are our hours for the next 2 weeks as my family embarks on a much anticipated adventure!
Make sure to double check the calendar before you come over to play - Kristy will be holding down the fort while we are out of town, come by to keep her company!
Our next Nature Based Craft Class is Friday, April 28th at 10:15a. We will be making wind chimes...these classes are FREE for Wild and Free Members! If you don't yet have your membership, sign-up online and enjoy having another space to come play this summer!
In other fun news...we are finalists for Small Business of the Year in the Summit Chamber Business Excellence Awards! This recognition means a lot to me as I continue to work through making Wild and Free an integral part of our community.
Believe it or not, we are coming up on 3 years in business and just passed 1 year of business without COVID restrictions. What a ride it has been. We have some interesting ideas in the works for keeping things fresh at Wild and Free...so stay tuned as we continue to evolve and grow!
I hope you all enjoy this amazingly sunny and warm day out there. Hope to see you for some play real soon!
Stay Wild and Free,