Union Forge Heritage Association – Hands-on Terrarium Workshop
June 26, 2017
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Hands-on Terrarium Workshop
On June 3, Union Forge Heritage Association (UFHA) hosted and sponsored an interactive lecture and hands-on workshop on how to create a living terrarium at their historic 1760 Joseph Turner House and museum. Guests learned about the history and interesting background of these fascinating miniature gardens under glass spanning from the Victorian era through the modern age from master gardeners Sandy Gay and UFHA Trustee Susan Haake. A hands-on workshop followed for guests to create their own personal living terrarium from their own design to take home.
Pictured are guests at the Turner House Dining Room creating their own terrarium
The Joseph Turner House is located at 117 Van Syckel’s Road, Hampton NJ and is open for guided tours the first and third Sunday of each month from 2-4pm. The Union Forge Heritage Association is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving and protecting the rich history and natural environment of Hunterdon County and the State of NJ. Visit the organization at unionforgeheritage.org for information and upcoming events.
Michael Gronsky Jr.
President – Union Forge Heritage Association