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Classes

Be Informed!

*There is no fee for classes unless otherwise noted*

The Arbor Gate’s frequent and wide-ranging classes, workshops, and special events provide enriching information and experiences throughout the gardening year. Our participants gain not only knowledge, but also inspiration and the incentive to get gardening! get cooking! get landscaping! get building that compost heap! get welding! and the list goes on!

Presenters range from published authors to local experts, some Arbor Gate favorites and others brand new to our audiences. Numerous authors of the books we stock are popular class and workshop presenters.

During the fall season until early December, and beginning again in the new year, a full and descriptive schedule, including speakers’ credentials and specific topics, are posted on the website at arborgate.com. Website sign-up makes it easy and convenient to get involved.

Whether your interest is horticultural, culinary, or artistic, there’s a class (or two or three) for you! So sign up, mark your calendars, and be ready to be energized and renewed.

MGCEU: Classes marked with an “MGCEU” are eligible for Master Gardener Continuing Education.

As Buckminster Fuller said, “You can never learn less, you can only learn more.”

Our Classes

New and Improved Vertical Gardens
Steven Chamblee Chandor Gardens
Saturday,September 8,2018-10:00 AM
Steven Chamblee Chandor Gardens
Saturday,September 8,2018-10:00 AM

Create beautiful vertical succulent garden panels that are ready to display…without the wait! Improved methods make construction quick, easy, and fun for anyone.

MGCEU: Waller County

Steven Chamblee is the Chief Horticulturist for Chandor Gardens in Weatherford. He serves as Consulting Editor and Author for Neil Sperry’s GARDENS magazine, and writes a monthly e-newsletter column entitle Native Son, and is an Adjunct Instructor for Tarrant County College and Texas Christian University’s Extended Education. He has studied public and private gardens in England, Denmark, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Hawaii, and across the continental United United States. He is proud to be one of those rare horticulturists who concurrently talks the talk and walks the walk.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 11,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 11,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Lunch with the Experts: When Good Gardens Go Bad – Earth Friendly Solutions to Common Garden Problems
Judy Barrett
Wednesday,September 12,2018-12:00 PM
Judy Barrett
Wednesday,September 12,2018-12:00 PM

No garden is totally problem-free, but some simple fixes can increase the pleasure you take in your garden and minimize the annoyances of pests, weeds, disease and other common garden maladies.  Come learn how to make your garden a safe, beautiful and healthy spot to enjoy.

MGCEU: Waller County

Judy is the author of several gardening books including Tomatillos: A Gardener’s Dream A Cook’s Delight and How To Become An Organic Gardener in 7 Easy Steps. Her book: What Can I Do With My Herbs? was published by Texas A&M Press in the spring of 2009. Her newest book, What Makes Heirloom Plants So Great? was published by Texas A&M Press in October, 2010. Recipes From and For The Garden came out in the spring of 2012.

Fall – Our Forgotten “Spring”
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Saturday,September 15,2018-10:00 AM
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Saturday,September 15,2018-10:00 AM

Fall is our loveliest gardening season. It’s also an important and potentially productive season for Gulf Coast gardeners, yet it is often overlooked. We aren’t winding down our garden season like most of the nation; it’s actually our kick-off! What you do right now can have a significant impact on how well your garden fares through winter and even on how it bursts into next spring. This class will cover month-to-month fall garden basics for veggies, fruits, and the ornamental garden. We will also cover preparation for early frost, and ways to extend the season if one does occur.

MGCEU: Waller County

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred – always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association – Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer’s Association.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 18,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 18,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Fall Vegetable Garden
Tom LeRoy & Bill Adams Author, The Southern Kitchen Garden
Saturday,September 22,2018-10:00 AM
Tom LeRoy & Bill Adams Author, The Southern Kitchen Garden
Saturday,September 22,2018-10:00 AM

Enjoy, learn, repeat.

The authors of The Southern Kitchen Garden share tips for success.

MGCEU: Waller County

Tom LeRoy is the Extension Agent Emeritus for Montgomery County and his new website is www.gardeningwithtomleroy.com, while Bill Adams is a well known professional photographer and Extension Agent Emeritus for Harris County. Together, they have co-authored The Southern Kitchen Garden. Bill is also a contributor to the Arbor Gate’s blog.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 25,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,September 25,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Lunch with the Experts: Water for Wildlife
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Wednesday,September 26,2018-12:00 PM
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Wednesday,September 26,2018-12:00 PM

Birds, butterflies, bees, and all kinds of four-legged garden creatures need water – every day, all year long. You can provide water for wildlife in various ways. The return is immeasurable! It is hours of fun watching all the action. Bees and butterflies are valuable pollinators. Birds are great pest control, and many have lovely songs to sing. Providing dependable water is more than just putting out a birdbath. We will cover various ways to provide fresh, clean water for everything from a tiny bee to larger wildlife, even deer for those of you with acreage. No pesky mosquitoes either!

MGCEU: Waller County

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred – always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association – Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer’s Association.

Perennial Companions to Heirloom Bulbs
Heidi Sheesley TreeSearch Farms
Saturday,September 29,2018-10:00 AM
Heidi Sheesley TreeSearch Farms
Saturday,September 29,2018-10:00 AM

Create extraordinary gardens using treasured plants and bulbs.

MGCEU: Waller County

Heidi Sheesley is the owner of TreeSearch Farms, the Gulf Coast’s premier provider of perennials, natives, unique, and unusual plants.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 2,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 2,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Heirloom Bulbs
Chris Wiesinger The Southern Bulb Company
Saturday,October 6,2018-10:00 AM
Chris Wiesinger The Southern Bulb Company
Saturday,October 6,2018-10:00 AM

Yes, bulbs can and do thrive in the South. Create extraordinary gardens using treasured bulbs.

MGCEU: Waller County

Chris Wiesinger is a 2004 graduate of Texas A&M University, where he majored in horticulture and floriculture, and was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Chris founded the Southern Bulb Co. from a college project upon graduation.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 9,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 9,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Lunch with the Experts: Wintery Brews
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Wednesday,October 10,2018-12:00 PM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Wednesday,October 10,2018-12:00 PM

Do you get a cold every year? Sinus infections? Does flu hit you hard or even throw you right into pneumonia? Fyre Cider and other wintery brews are a natural way to fight the viruses and boost your immunity. I won’t lie it has earned its name. But you won’t be disappointed as the winter rolls in, the weather changes, you can prepare early to avoid these discomforts or use them as remedies if you miss the early signs. Taste testing will be provided.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Edibles for Any Space
Jeremy Kollaus Swiss Alp Growers
Thursday,October 11,2018-10:00 AM
Jeremy Kollaus Swiss Alp Growers
Thursday,October 11,2018-10:00 AM

In the ground or in a pot, there is room to grow edibles. Jeremy shares his favorites.

MGCEU: Waller County

Jeremy Kollaus’ low key approach to gardening appeals to the laid-back gardener in each of us. Not only an experienced vegetable gardener and grower, Jeremy is a great cook!

Gunter’s Heirloom Vegetables
Pam and Leah Gunter
Saturday,October 13,2018-09:00 AM
Pam and Leah Gunter
Saturday,October 13,2018-09:00 AM

Pam and Leah offer an incomparable variety of quality heirloom vegetables for the home gardener. Warning, you will want to grow them all!!!!

MGCEU: Waller County

Leah and Pam Gunter are experts in the growing of these traditional varieties and graciously pass along their knowledge.

Spring’s Ahead – Plant Now and Enjoy Then
Henry Flowers Glasco & Co. Landscaping, Inc.
Saturday,October 13,2018-10:00 AM
Henry Flowers Glasco & Co. Landscaping, Inc.
Saturday,October 13,2018-10:00 AM

Do you love flowers such as larkspur, poppies, sweet peas, bluebonnets, or love-in-a-mist?  Or perhaps herbs such as cilantro, dill, chervil and parsley?  These are all cool season plants that need to be sown or planted in the fall in order to have them for enjoyment in the spring or for use over the winter.  Learn when and how to plant so that you won’t regret not doing so next spring.  Fall is also a great time to plant many perennials in order to have better success and that subject will be addressed as well (and if time permits I’ll address cool season annual color too).  Get ahead of the gardening curve and don’t procrastinate- spring’s not that far away!

MGCEU: Waller County

Henry Flowers is a native Texan and a graduate of Texas A&M University. He holds both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Horticulture. He is currently the Garden Director at the International Festival-Institute in Round Top, Texas where, with the help of many volunteers, he oversees the gardens and herb collections. He is the 2009 recipient of the Herb Society of America’s Joanna McQuail Reed Award for the Artistic Use of Herbs.

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 16,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 16,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Attracting Bluebirds to the Garden
Linda Crum Texas Bluebird Society
Thursday,October 18,2018-10:00 AM
Linda Crum Texas Bluebird Society
Thursday,October 18,2018-10:00 AM

Bluebirds are a delightful addition to the landscape! Easy to attract, Linda will show you how to bring their vibrant color to your garden.

MGCEU: Waller County

Linda Crum is a Texas Master naturalist and has monitored bluebirds in her backyard for years. She also monitors a bluebird trail at a nearby State Forest and reports all data to Cornell Laboratories, NestWatch program.

Kicking it up a notch – Crop Rotation, Succession Planting, and Intercropping
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Saturday,October 20,2018-10:00 AM
Angela Chandler The Garden Academy
Saturday,October 20,2018-10:00 AM

Get more out of your edible garden with less work using these timing and spacing strategies. You will have fewer weeds and more produce. You can grow veggies all winter long, and actually improve your soil in the process. These techniques work for both containers and in-ground gardening. We will also demonstrate “lettuce boxes” that can keep fresh salad greens and stir-fry veggies on your table daily with very little work on your part.

MGCEU: Waller County

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred – always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association – Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer’s Association.

Bee Forum
Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy Matt & Kelly Brantley, BZ Honey
Sunday,October 21,2018-11:00 AM
Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy Matt & Kelly Brantley, BZ Honey
Sunday,October 21,2018-11:00 AM

Come see what all the buzz is about. If you’re a new beekeeper, come talk about what needs to be done to prepare your hives for winter. If you’re starting hives next year, come talk about hive types, equipment, and timelines for ordering your bees. Our Beekeepers will cover both Langstroth and Top Bar hive types. If you’re not interested in keeping bees, but want pollinators in your garden, we’ll also talk about plant selections and pesticide use. We’ll also have an observation hive, so bring the kids!

MGCEU: Waller County

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred – always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association – Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer’s Association.

Matt and Kelly Brantley want to provide local honey to everyone in the Houston area through their family business, BZ Honey. As third-generation beekeepers, they naturally manage their hives across NW Houston and provide pollination, removal, and consulting services for bees. During the honey season, you can usually find them and their honey at area farmer’s markets. Matt and Kelly currently manage the Langstroth and Warre hives at The Arbor Gate and hives at 5 other sites in NW Houston

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 23,2018-10:00 AM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Tuesday,October 23,2018-10:00 AM

East Meets West in the Practice of Qigong-Everyone is always nagging about exercise to be healthy. What if you feel so much pain or exhaustion the thought of exercise overwhelms you. Qigong is simple breathing techniques with slow fluid movement that can be adapted to meet your needs at the moment and move into the future with you. I speak from experience, I have been gifted with 3 autoimmune illnesses and complications. I understand the difficulty of trying to find a way to be as healthy as I possibly can. In this workshop, we won’t just be doing exercises, I will be explaining the benefits from the Eastern and Western perspectives. I have come to understand health is a continuum, a scale with personal value. If I feel and move better today than yesterday, that has value and gives me hope. Come play Qigong. Even if you came to this workshop before each session with varied participants brings new information, exercises and revelations.

Tuition: $100.00 for entire session paid at beginning, walk-ins $20.00/class. Minimum of 5 pre-paid full sessions for class to begin.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

Lunch with the Experts: Hampered by Holiday Stress
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Wednesday,October 24,2018-12:00 PM
Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN
Wednesday,October 24,2018-12:00 PM

No, really, we aren’t just going to talk about holiday stress (Buzz words-Adrenal Fatigue/Exhaustion).  I will introduce you to plants like Turmeric, Ginger, Ashwagandha, and many others known for their adaptogenic qualities.  Adaptogenic-It’s just a big herbalist term meaning a body system booster.  Adaptogens assists various organs in the body to calm down and deal with stress in a more balanced way.  Many of you will be surprised by all the things in life that cause your body stress.  It’s not just the boss or your spouse and kids, though they can definitely add to the pile.  Join us for an out of the box discussion and a bit of fun.

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors’ offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.

A New Year of Herbs – Starting Now!
Ann Wheeler Log House Herbs
Saturday,October 27,2018-10:00 AM
Ann Wheeler Log House Herbs
Saturday,October 27,2018-10:00 AM

Learn why October is called the first month of the New Year of Herbs, and get a jump on successful herb-growing throughout the calendar.  We’ll consider up-and-coming additions to your old favorites for kitchen and garden.

MGCEU: Waller County

Ann Wheeler of Log House Herb Farm is consultant of fine culinary and ornamental herbs to The Arbor Gate.

Christmas Open House
Saturday,December 1,2018-02:00 PM
Saturday,December 1,2018-02:00 PM

Food, fun, and merriment!

Music by: Curtis Poullard and the Creole Zydeco Band
Food by: Every-Bellies