An afternoon filled with displays and activities related to gardening. The program will take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. Visitors can join Ohio County Master Gardeners, Ainsley Gray, agricultural program assistant at the Marshall County Cooperative Extension Office, and other museum volunteers in celebrating the approaching Spring season. Visitors can learn about monarch butterflies with biologist Kayla Black, take seeds from the museum’s Interpretive Garden to grow at home, propagate a houseplant, make a “Sprout House” for germinating seeds, and enjoy a variety of additional activities and displays. https://wvculture.org/grave-creek-mound-archaeological-complex-celebrates-february-with-black-history-month-valentines-day-and-spring/
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