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Kids can learn to make 'seed bombs' at library program

The Bainbridge Public Library will host a program on “seed bombs” at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 24.

The program is for kids ages 5 through 10.

Seed bombs are a quick and easy way to beautify a neighborhood, park or wilderness area. They are made by compressing clay, soil and native wildflower seeds into a small ball, allowing them to air dry, and planting wherever flowers or greenery are welcome.

While the seed bombs dry, the group will read some classic favorites like “Miss Rumphius” and create underground vegetable artwork.

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