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February 17, 2024
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Slow Pour Brewing Company

407 N Clayton Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
City of Lawrenceville Arbor Day Celebration at Slow Pour Brewing on February 17, 2024
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City of Lawrenceville Arbor Day Celebration

Saturday, February 17, 2024

Celebrate Arbor Day with the City of Lawrenceville and Slow Pour Brewing!

Join the City of Lawrenceville as we grow a greener tomorrow at our annual Arbor Day celebration! Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 17th, as we partner with Slow Pour Brewing to host an unforgettable event from 12 pm to 4 pm.

Learn the art of tree care and cultivation with hands-on workshops led by expert arborists. Engage the little ones with fun and educational activities that highlight the importance of trees in our environment. City of Lawrenceville residents also have the chance to pick up a free tree to plant in their yard! *Free trees are limited*

  • Plant sale in the Nostalgia Room 
  • City of Lawrenceville tree dedication ceremony
  • Live music all day long
  • Food truck with snacks for sale
  • Ask the Gardener for helpful tips and tricks
  • Kid-friendly event with yard games 
  • Brewery and garden tours  

Let's come together as a community to celebrate the beauty of trees and the positive impact they have on our environment. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a family looking for a day of fun, or someone eager to make a green difference, this Arbor Day Celebration is the perfect place to be!

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