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Swamp Needlers - VIRTUAL
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MDC Virtual Nature Center
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Missouri Trees This class is a series of 12 programs that meets once each month all year long, though you may join at any time. You will learn to use simple, but beautiful embroidery techniques to stitch quilt blocks of some of the iconic trees of southeast Missouri - such as the bald cypress and white oak; as well as lesser known trees like the cucumber magnolia and Ozark chinquapin native to the Southeast part of the state. Each block will feature a leaf with its fruit and/or flower. At each class you will discover a new tree’s secret life history, habitat preferences, importance to wildlife and the myriad uses by people through the ages. Classes will be held on either the third or fourth Monday of each month at 5:00 pm via WebEx. A link will be emailed to the participants' registered email prior to the meeting time, along with the thread colors needed that month. Block templates and information cards will be sent out after the class meets. It is encouraged to download the application ahead of time to prevent technical issues. Sally Hancock

Location Information

White two-story building to the right of Duck Creek Headquarters. The main entrance at the front of the Laboratory takes you into the Library.

Directions:

Take Hwy 51 north from Puxico, MO for approximately 9 miles. Take Hwy 51 south from Arab, MO for approximately 3.5 miles.

Cancellation Policies:

You must cancel your registration before Monday, February 27, 2023.

Age Policy:

This event is open to all ages.