Cultural Heritage Programs

Good morning,

Are you having trouble deciding what gift to get your friend or family this holiday?

You know that person loves to garden, is into homesteading or doing crafts?  Durham Parks and Recreation has the perfect gift idea for you

From January to June 2013, the Cultural Heritage unit will be offering all types of Cultural Heritage classes like:  Crochet Hot pad/Washcloth Sampler, Portrait Photography: Digital and Film, Welcome to Bee Keeping, Starting a backyard chicken Coop, Soap Making, Cheese Making, Gardening with Allergies and A Homesteaders Dream: Keeping a Small  Ruminant (goat and sheep), just to name a few.

Choose one class or give them a “gardening bundle” that would include the following classes:

*****PLEASE NOTE: If you choose the “gardening bundle”, you would need to register for each class separately.

1) Tomatoes: Diversity, History and Flavor
2) Secrets of Success: Growing tomatoes, peppers and eggplant
3) Preserving Medicinal and Kitchen Herbs
4) Growing Culinary Herbs
5) Gardening with Allergies

However you mix it up, you won’t go wrong.

For more information, please contact Jessica Leff
Cultural Heritage Specialist, Heritage Parks
Parks and Recreation, City of Durham
West Point on the Eno Park
5101 N. Roxboro Road Durham, NC 27704
(919) 471-1623 (opt.2)
(919) 620-8175