Part one, September 28:
In the CFI, participants will learn to design and create a planter shaped like a head.
There is a two-week break in-between the two sessions so that participants have the option to further process their head planters using the Center for Innovation on their own schedule.
Part two, October 12:
In the Starr Foundation Children's Craft Room, we will pot a plant in the custom planters and learn how to care for that plant. Participants will leave the second session with a custom head planter, a potted plant and care instructions.
This event is open to teens in grades 5–12. All supplies will be provided by the Fayetteville Public Library. Attendance at both sessions is required. Registration opens on September 7 at 9 a.m.