February 8, 2012
Families will have the chance to learn about important food crop trees of Israel, and why they can’t be grown in Pennsylvania. Children will engage in various activities and will even receive their own seedling to take home.
If attending, you can expect to hear a speaker describe what the growing conditions are like in Israel, and how the trees are actually grown. You can then see visual displays of how these trees are used to make various products. The delicious foods these trees provide will also be available to sample (yum).
The event is free with regular admission.
Morris Arboretum Tu B’Shevat Family Day
When: Sunday, February 12, 1-3 p.m.
Where: 100 Northwestern Avenue
Cost: Free with admission
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