|While the From Slavery to Freedom Garden is less active in the winter, the rich history it represents is present all year long. Join naturalist educators for black history month in a reading of The Secret Garden of George Washington Carver followed by an art project involving garden materials.This program meets in the Frick Environmental Center classroom.
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