The Native Peace Garden is a magical place at twilight. Come relax with exercises that help shift our
attention from concerns of the day to the beauty that surrounds us in the natural world. Come away
feeling relaxed, supported and refreshed. Because of the nature of this activity, class size is limited to
5 people. The instructor is Johnna Tuttle and the exercises are drawn from her studies with Native
Attendees are asked to bring a mat or folding chair and sit 10 feet apart. More
classes will be offered based on weather and interest.
Register by calling the center at (706) 878-3300. Donation
Plant Sale for Pollinators
Support your pollinators and add beauty to your yard with these colorful and interesting native plants.
Links provide information about the plant, how they benefit wildlife and growing info. Fall is the optimal
time to plant these perennials, giving them time to root over winter. Proceeds will be used for upkeep
and improvements for the Native Peace Garden.
To order, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- the plants you want (see list below)
- how many you want and
- your name and phone number
An invoice will be sent to you. Pick-up is on Saturday, October 17 from 8-12:00 at the Native Peace
Garden behind the Sautee Nacoochee post office. Checks only, written to SNCA.
Most plants were grown by Bakers Environmental, some are from the Native Peace Garden and garden
volunteers, and Echinaceas are from Heartsease Nursery.
Day of the Dead Memorial
This memorial is a way to remember our loved ones who have passed, and the many people who have
died as a result of the pandemic. The Native Peace Garden will provide paper Monarch coloring sheets
to be displayed in the garden. Sit in the peaceful garden and reflect on the life of a loved one or others
who have passed as you add color to the Monarch butterfly template. Then hang it on vines in the
garden where it will remain for the day. No registration is required.