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Enhance Your Forested Property with Free Online Classes

Looking to improve your land this spring? If so, WSU’s Extension Forestry and the Washington State Departments of Natural Resources’ Forest Stewardship education program is hosting free online classes teaching material on how to enhance your forested property. Courses will be covering topics everywhere from growing mushrooms to boosting wildlife habitat on your property, and even preparing for climate change. Classes run May through July via Zoom, and offer something for all skill levels. A total of 11 classes will be taught by experts from WSU, DNR, UW and more. Click here for additional info.

Virtual Programs at BAM 

Learn about and enjoy art from home with Bellevue Art Museum’s virtual programming. Take a virtual trip through BAM with the Curator Tours and join executive director and chief curator Benedict Heywood as he discusses the different works currently on view at the museum. Virtual visitors can also listen to an art history lecture series hosted by Rob Prufer. A great way to spend some time learning at the museum without having to leave the house, click here to check it out!

KU Kids at Home

Enjoy some craft time with the kids and tune in to KU Kids at Home to enjoy some fun art projects! Taking place every second Saturday at 10 a.m. via Facebook Live, KU Kids At Home will be hosting a craft-a-long where Julie from Clown Buggie Entertainment will be creating a special craft and answering questions along the way. Pick up a free craft kit from Shake Shack, Mud Bay, or Restore the Thursday prior and join in for some fun! Click here for more information.

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