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Kids Can Help Grow A Garden At Stearns Museum

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ST. CLOUD — Area kids are invited to help plant, and tend, a garden at the Stearns History Museum this summer.

The “White House Garden Children’s Project” will run Thursday mornings, May through August.

The cost is $50 per child, and the age range is 7-11 years old.

An informational session will be held tomorrow (Saturday) at 10:00 a.m. at the Museum.

The garden is inspired by the White House Garden started by Michelle Obama.  And it’s also being held in conjunction with the “Working White House” exhibit, which is coming to the Stearns History Museum in June.

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