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Make Your Own Terrarium at Wild Acre Brewing – 11.13.19

Make Your Own Terrarium at Wild Acre Brewing in Fort Worth, TX!

Hosted by Ephemera Terrariumsand Wild Acre Brewing Company

Ephemera Terrariums will walk you step by step through how to make and care for your very own Terrarium! Once that’s done, you’ll visit our Decoration Station where you can use our wide variety of gravels, mosses, woodsy bits and tiny toys to bring your mini world to life!

Class is $20 and includes plant, all supplies and instruction to build our classic bubble bowl Terrarium. Or make it deluxe and build our stylish cylinder Terrarium for $30. Classes will be held at 6:30pm and 8pm. Tickets is required and space is limited. This event is all ages and family friendly!

About Wild Acre Brewing:
Hell’s Half Acre earned infamy in 19th Century Fort Worth as a destination for revelry and debauchery amongst the renegade travelers and traders that helped build the economy in the post-war West. Residing in its long shadow, Wild Acre Brewing Company toasts the famous stretch of land and the legends that built its reputation with a devotion to brewing the highest quality American craft beer found anywhere.

About Ephemera Terrariums:
Spreading plant love through education, and our Long Term Plant Support, with a healthy dose of creativity. Founded in Brooklyn, NY by husband & wife duo Frank Garcia & Suz Reyes in 2012 and debuted at the world famous Brooklyn Flea. Combining Suz’s floral & plant industry background, with Frank’s upbringing in DIY culture, to form their unique blend of plants and ephemera with a heavy focus on fun.

They brought they’re Make Your Own Plant Craft to Frank’s native home of Fort Worth, Texas in 2014. Now on their 4th year at their brick and mortar location in the cities Nearsouthside neighborhood, you can also catch their Terrarium Events across the US.



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