Date(s) – Nov 11 2017
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join us from 10:00am-5:00pm on November 11th for our Native American Heritage Month Free Day in conjunction with the Rome International Film Festival! Learn about Native American music and culture through a performance by Tommy Wildcat at 1:00pm and then join master gardeners to learn about Native American agriculture and how to take care of our environment by making mud ball seed bombs at 2:00pm.
From 2:00-4:00pm, join Carrie Wilder, Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer of Floyd County, to have fun learning how to make mud ball seed bombs. A seed bomb or seed ball is a ball made of clay (mud), earth (some dirt) and seeds which are used to replant areas. A great activity for the whole family. Yes you will get very dirty, we are working with mud!!! Please contact the Floyd County Master Gardener Extension Office at (706) 295-6210 for more information.