CRYSTAL LAKE PARK DISTRICT: Lunch and Learn at Colonel Palmer House Kicks Off on January 4
Crystal Lake Park District issued the following announcement on Dec. 28.
Looking to pick up a new skill this season? Lunch and Learns have returned to the Colonel Palmer House with programs that enlighten you on various skills you can try out! Come join us for this lunch and learn at the Colonel Palmer House. Each program includes a delicious sack lunch for Participants All programs are held at the Colonel Palmer House located at 660 E. Terra Cotta Ave in Crystal Lake. For more information contact Ashley Palazzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-477-5873.
The Colonel Palmer House was built c.1858 by settlers Gustavus and Henrietta Palmer. Located on its original site, the home was entered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Currently the home is maintained by the Crystal Lake Park District and is home to the Crystal Lake Historical Society.
Home Wine Making (ages 21 & up)
Curious about how wine is made? Bob Frenz will lead you through the intriguing process of wine making that you can then try in your own home!
Fr, Jan 4, 12-1:30 pm, $15, register for code 231910-01
Butterfly Gardens (ages 15 & up)
Join Christina Rank from the Nature Center to create a flourishing garden attractive to butterflies and other pollinators. This program highlights the importance of pollinators and the selection of plants that will allow these insects to thrive in your garden.
Fr, Feb 1, 12-1:30 pm, $15, register for code 241901-01
Come meet a beekeeper! Learn how to get started and why beekeeping is important to the community. See how honey is harvested and what happens in a hive. Presented by beekeeper Willie Pilipauskas of Willies Honey Co.
Fr, Mar 1, 12-1:30 pm, $15, register for code 241901-02
Tracing Your Genealogy
Want to know who your ancestors are? Genealogy presenter Debbie McArdle has 45 years of research experience that includes old fashioned sleuthing of courthouses, churches, cemeteries and communities. Debbie will guide the way to use proper internet genealogical libraries that will use DNA to find family connections.
F 4/5 12-1:30 pm, $15, register for code 241901-03
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