Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Egg Dyeing; Naturally at Darke County Parks

Easter eggs can also be wrapped with small leaves
prior to dyeing to create patterns in the colors.
Darke County Park District invites everyone to join them on March 19th at 1pm to discover natural Easter egg dyeing! White, brown, blue, and orange are a few of the colors participants could achieve while dyeing eggs. Mara Cox will share her Latvian heritage of dyeing eggs naturally. All the registered participants will get the chance to combine onion skins, flowers, leaves, and water to create a one-of-a-kind Easter egg. During the cooking process everyone will get the opportunity to meet some of the Nature Center’s ambassadors that also lay eggs. Register today for this free annual favorite program and to reserve your egg!

For any questions about this or any other Park District programs or to register, please call the Nature Center at (937) 548-0165.

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