September 8, 2019
1PM - 3PM
Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician, will discuss a Naturopathic approach to boost and protect immunity for the entire family as our kids start this new school year. She will discuss herbal treatments and home remedies to help the entire family.
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Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician, will discuss the principles of Naturopathic Medicine, along with the healing and anti-inflammatory properties of garden plants growing in your own backyard.
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Join local fiber artist Amy Guerrero to learn foundational macrame knots, lots of macrame tips & tricks, and complete your own plant hanger! Hosted by Wright in the Garden, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the plants that will be the prefect fit for your home.
Macrame is a meditative craft where you work a few foundational knots to create stunning patterns and pieces.
Learn how to boost your immune system naturally and be prepared for the upcoming cold/flu season. Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician, will discuss home remedies, herbs and plants that can be used to strengthen and protect the immune system and help alleviate symptoms associated with those common winter illnesses
Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician will give an introduction on Anti-inflammatory foods, some of which you can grow in your own backyard. Anti-inflammatory foods can help reduce inflammation in the body which is beneficial for decreasing the risk of chronic disease and improving overall quality of life.
Learn about the medicinal properties of garden herbs and flowers growing in your own backyard. Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician, will discuss various herbs, plants and flowers and how they are used in her practice as well as simple home remedies you can put to use.
June 15th: Chia Pets
June 29th: Wind Spirals
July 20th: Tissue Paper Flower Pots
July 27th: Rainbow Wind Chimes
July 7th: Tissue Paper Flower Pots
July 14th: Garden Seed Bombs
July 21st: Cheerios Bird Feeders
July 28th: Botanical Sun Catchers