The Canyon Lake Community Gardeners Club will be hosting another Fairy/Dinosaur Garden Workshop on Saturday, June 3, at Sierra Park from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Participants will have a choice of making a fairy garden or a dinosaur garden. The workshop will also include a seed-starting activity.
The cost is $20 per person. Pre-payment is preferred. Space is limited to 12. To register or for more information, contact Kelly Lopez at 951-609-6723.
During Fiesta Day, on May 27 at Indian Beach, the club will have a booth and will be selling fairy gardens, sunflower magnets, floral crowns, and birdhouses.
On June 10, join the Canyon Lake Community Gardeners Club on a u-pick blueberry picking at the Temecula Berry Co. The group will be meeting to carpool at 10 a.m. from 29655 Chaparral Way. Temecula Berry Co. is a U-pick blueberry farm located at 39700 Cantrell Road. There is no admission; however, each guest over the age of five must purchase a container. Small containers cost $6, medium containers cost $12, and large containers cost $20.
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