We have a double header this Saturday, August 6 at Fodor Farm!
At 10:00AM, Bill Wrenn will be leading a Qigong exercise class/demonstration. Qigong includes gentle dance-like movements, and deep breathing. Scientific studies have shown that practicing Qigong for just a few minutes daily can lower blood pressure, reduce the chances of stroke and heart disease, and speed healing. This is the low-impact stretching you keep promising yourself you'll start.
Then at 11:00AM, educator and naturalist Jim Hunter will be on hand with info and advice about tomato plants-- caring for them, cutting them, getting the best yield. Jim will also be available to take any gardening questions you may have. (Jim was rescheduled from an earlier date due to illness.)
There is no charge to attend – FREE!
See you Saturday August 6 at 10:00AM at the Fodor Farm pavilion for this double event.