$12 – $15

History + Family: Plants in the 19th Century Home

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Fanshawe Pioneer Village

1424 Clarke Road

London, Ontario N5V 5B9

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BRING YOUR CHILDREN, YOUNG FAMILY MEMBERS OR FAMILY FRIENDS AND DISCOVER HOW THINGS WERE MADE IN THE PAST TOGETHER!

Flower Pressing and Dye Making

Beautiful, well cared for, gardens were a matter of pride during the 19th century. Plants were used for many things within the home, from remedies to cooking. Along with their practical uses, the Victorians loved to fill their homes with floral decorations. Learn how to press flowers and create a pressing as a family, then join us for a walk through the Dye Garden and discover how plants were used to make dyes for fabric!

Adults $15.00
Children $12.00
Capacity: 25 people
Tickets for this workshop includes admission into our Anne of Green Gables Day event on August 25th!

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Please note these are family workshops designed for ages 7-14. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Fanshawe Pioneer Village is located within the Fanshawe Conservation Area, entrance at 1424 Clarke Road. Follow the orange signs through the conservation area to our large parking lot on the left-hand side of the road (there is accessible parking at our Spriet Family Visitor Centre).

There is no public transportation to site.

What's the refund policy?

Refunds are not available.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

We are tree friendly! You do not need to bring a printed copy of your ticket with you but we will ask for your name, or the name you registered under.

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Fanshawe Pioneer Village

1424 Clarke Road

London, Ontario N5V 5B9

Canada

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