On June 3 from 10:00am-1:00pm, The Union Forge Heritage Association will be sponsoring a lecture and hands-on workshop to create your own living terrarium at the historic Joseph Turner House and Museum. An interactive lecture and presentation on the history and interesting backgrounds of these fascinating miniature gardens under glass, starting from the Victorian Era, will be given by Master Gardener Sandy Gay in the museum parlor. Immediately following will be an instructional workshop to design and create your own personal terrarium to take home.
Plants, soils, stone and decorative figurine of your choice are included with admission to the event. Additional plants will also be available for purchase. Guests will bring their own glass container no larger than 8” diameter. Total cost of the lecture and workshop is $25pp payable at the event. Contact Union Forge Heritage Association Trustee and Master Gardener Susan Haake at UFHAevents@hotmail.com for reservations. The event is open to all ages. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
The Joseph Turner House is located at 117 Van Syckel’s Road, Hampton NJ. 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.