Fundraiser hosted at Shooting Star Nursery
You're invited to the
Come and Join the Community for All the Fun!
Food Trucks | Kid’s Crafts | Silent Auction | Live, Local Music | Apple Cider & Coffee
and other goodies to celebrate the arrival of fall weather
and to show support for outdoor exploration after school programs
that get students back in nature!
firing up wood-fired pizza
Locally made baked goods
Locally made Ice Cream
Create fall succulent potted arrangements and pinecone animals, Suggested $5 donation per kid
Activities for the Kids:
Live, Local Music provided by
The Music of Frank Ellis
and other local bands
Wine barrel planters donated by
Pallet Wine Company, Harry & David, and Rogue Compost.
Shooting Star nursery has crafted this gorgeous addition your home!
The planters are filled with all-season plants
(with special emphasis on the fall and winter varieties),
plants that are pollinator friendly,
with nutrient dense, quality soil to keep them fed from Rogue Compost!
***Delivery options available***
Bay leaf, Rosemary, Sage, Chives, Thyme and an ornamental 'Kent Beauty' Oregano and Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'. This one will attract butterflies and bees
Hypericum 'Magical Midnight', Heuchera 'Lime Marmalade', 'Elwood's Pillar' Lawson Cypress, and Abelia 'Francis Mason'
Hypericum 'Magical Triumph', 'Wilma Goldcrest' Lemon Cypress, Pennisetum 'Piglet' (fountain grass), Hellebore 'Pink Frost', and Sedum 'Little Miss Sunshine
What is the Junior High After School Program?
The after school program is developed with each groups of students' interests in mind.
They learn about everything , including soil, insects, plants, fungi, and animals to better understand our connection to this special place we call home
From disc golf to nature inspired & supplied art projects, to land stewardship and habitat education- the students learn in fun and hands-on ways!
...and how is it expanding?
With the excitement and success of the after school program in our Central Point school district, D.I.R.T. is looking to serving our neighbors just a little further out.
Our goal that has taken root is to offer the same hands-on learning, nature-centric after school program to the students in the Gold Hill rural district that includes Hanby Middle School.
So what can I do