Help design and build woodland or wetland creatures for holiday displays at Bloedel Reserve, the 150-acre forest garden on Bainbridge Island.
In this Community Service project, youth and adults will team up to turn natural materials gathered at Bloedel into sculptures that will be on display from Thanksgiving through the New Year. Each participant will receive a free pass to visit Bloedel during the holiday season to see how the projects were used and enjoy the trails.
Beginners, including adult helpers, are welcome. Participation is free but registration is required.
Everyone will work in teams of two. Teams can be two people ages 14 and above, or a youth age 12-14 and an adult. Parents or guardians can register to work with their youth or ask the BARN Woodworking Studio to recruit the adult team member.