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Spring Fling 2017

SPRING FLING: Celebrating All Plants Bright & Beautiful

Bring your family to the Second Annual Spring at the Holton Eco-Preserve

Sat, May 13th, 9 am – 1 pm.

Stop in for a little bit, or stay for the entire festival – We have a GREAT day planned!

The festival includes:

  • Guest speakers throughout the day

Our main workshop runs 10:30-11:30 featuring Alex Nikesh, from FGCU Food Forest & Edulis Designs,”Permaculture and the Importance of Productive Backyard Ecologies”

  • Children’s activities
  • Exciting vendors

We have over 25 plant, food, & specialty products vendors.

Rain Barrels will also be available for purchase.

  • Holton Eco-Preserve Tours
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Delicious Food from the Pine Manor Culinary Program
  • The 2nd Annual Butterfly Release

This is the highlight of the day! – it will held at 12:30

Good fun. Good food. Good exhibitors. Good day with the family. Good day for the environment and for clean living.

This Event is FREE! Parking is $5

The Holton Eco-Preserve is located at:
13411 Shire Lane, FM 33912
(off Daniels, behind the Unitarian Universalist Church) 
For more information on this Green Space, please check out:
www.HoltonEcoPreserve.com

Miss Pottes Place SWFL

Come Visit Soon! Come be inspired! Come see what can be done in a backyard space!
We’re at 3747 Liberty Square, Fort Myers, FL 33908 (239) 464-5754
Call to schedule your personalized appointment – available several days a week.

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