By Eric Fischer
Registration for one of Crossroads at Big Creek’s most popular events, the Garden Workshop for Families, is now open. The first ten families to register will able to participate in the four-session, bi-weekly gardening class. Coggin Herringa, director of Crossroads at Big Creek, says the purpose of the class is to get families interested in gardening and enjoying vegetables.
Herringa adds that there is a $15 fee to be paid on the first night of the class, but that families get to take nearly $50 of vegetables home with them. The first class is Wednesday, April 11th. Families can register at Crossroads at Big Creek’s website.