Sullivan County’s Growing Hope Project for Students
As New York on pause continues at least until mid May, you might be looking for projects that the kids can do. Here is one that not only teaches the kids, it gets them outside as the warm weather approaches. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and Sullivan Renaissance present Growing Hope.
Growing Hope is a Sullivan County flower growing project to help students feel creative and connected at home. Clay pots, paint, soil and seeds will be available for pickup at Sullivan County schools and The Museum at Bethel Woods at the end of April. Participants will be invited to the historic Bethel site later in the year to create a peace garden with their plants.
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