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Name: Ladies Night Out- April 5, 2018
Date: April 5, 2018
Time: 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT
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Celebrate Spring- Ladies Night Out 6th Annual
At Sailers Greenhouse
1610 170th Street E, Prior Lake
There’s no better way to celebrate the SPRING season than getting your hands dirty and creating your own Spring Centerpiece at Sailer’s Greenhouse.  You and your friends will spend the evening shopping, sampling and visiting with local vendors while getting a sneak peek at the spring flowers. It doesn't end there everyone will have an opportunity to make their own spring centerpiece to take home. 
The gardening team at Sailer’s Greenhouse will help you design, create, and care for your container. You will get a  container and we will be creating a herb garden, just in time to enjoy the great herbs! Bring on SPRING!    It is time to let the creative juices flow.  This container garden will look great inside your house until it warms up to place outside.

Thank you to our DESSERT Sponsors

$31/person - Early Bird Deadline is March 22

$36/person starting March 23 
$40/person at the door (upon availability)
Classes are 5 pm, 5:30 pm, 6 pm, 6:30 pm,  7 pm, 7:30 pm, 8 pm



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Celebrate Spring

 Sailer’s Greenhouse!
1610 170th Street Prior Lake 

Date/Time Information:
Thurs. April 5, 2018   5-8:30 pm
Sailer’s Greenhouse

1610 170th Street E. Prior Lake
Corner of County Road 17 and 170th Street 

Contact Information:
Sandi Fleck
$31/person - Early Bird Deadline is March 22
$36/person starting March 23
$40/person at the door (upon availability)
Classes are 7:30 pm and 8 pm

 Please note there are no refunds.

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