Thank you for your support of Lifelong Learning in the Garden. This class is full!
Questions? Call us at 239.643.7275 or email us at LLL@naplesgarden.org.
Join us for a hands-on and in-depth discussion on natural home and body care products that are simple to make! We will make and take natural sunscreen bars, natural shimmer lipstick, vanilla latte sugar scrub, natural all-purpose spray, and air freshener! Everyone will leave with a laminated guide for natural clothes stain removal, as well as an in-depth packet on various homemade care product recipes, like laundry detergent, cold pressed soap, scouring powder, skin oil cleansing methods, lotion/bar/spray deodorants, dry and liquid shampoo recipes, natural makeup (mascara, foundation, eyeshadow, and blush), toothpaste, perfume, and much more. All product recipes are natural and use minimal ingredients. Get ready to find out how easy these products can be incorporated into your daily lives. We hope to empower you and promote a future of wellbeing as you slowly, or quickly, transition to safe, natural, and effective care products!
- Thursday, April 6
- 1 – 3 pm, FGCU Kapnick Center Buehler Auditorium at Naples Botanical Garden
- $15 Members / $20 Non-Members (limit of 35 participants)
Briana Marino is a Florida Gulf Coast University alumna, earning her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies in fall 2014. During her studies, Briana lived on a self-sustaining farm, Rancho Margot, through an honors study abroad program. Located in the Arenal region of Costa Rica, Briana found a deep sense of place. Upon return home, she began her own small homestead. Briana was the Garden to Table Program Coordinator at Naples Botanical Garden. Currently, Briana is working on developing community workshops to educate the public on a variety of farming practices, cooking, and personal wellness.
Emily Maya is the Smith Children’s Garden Coordinator for Naples Botanical Garden. Her interest in nature and gardening grew through family camping and canoeing trips in the wilds of Florida. This inspired her to earn her B.A. in environmental studies through Florida Gulf Coast University in 2014. As a true kid-at-heart, she strives to add a sense of lighthearted creativity and wonder to everyday life.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.