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Learn How to Make a Succulent Centerpiece August 9

At any gathering, it’s the little details that after. For some reason, it’s the smallest stuff that makes the biggest impression. And when you’re having a gathering, a stunning centerpiece definitely makes an impression. This August, learn how to make a show-stopping Succulent Centerpiece at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens.

Centerpiece Creation

A great centerpiece will put any table setting over the top and help to get people talking. And when you make your own centerpiece, that’s really a great conversation starter. Go to the pretty botanical gardens on the waterfront this August to learn the art of creating a succulent centerpiece.

Succulent Centerpiece at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens

An expert from Massey Nursery will lead this workshop and guide you through the process of creating something that is totally table ready. The class costs $35. Be there from 6 to 7:15 pm and by the end, you’ll know lots of little tricks to make all your centerpieces look amazing. You will also learn the basics of growing and caring for succulents. These plants are becoming extremely popular in home decor and they’re an easy, elegant and healthy way to add color to any interior space. The Waterfront Botanical Gardens are at 1435 Frankfort Avenue. That’s near Butchertown, a neighborhood where some of the most innovative inventors have been inspired.

How will Butchertown inspire you this August?

Be Inspired by Butchertown

Butchertown is a waterfront neighborhood with a long history. This part of Louisville was once home to Thomas Edison, who lived in the city as a young man. His house has been preserved as an interesting mini museum, which is just one of the cool little spots you can find in Butchertown. You can also go to the extreme park to see people practice jaw-dropping tricks or check out the little plaque that celebrates the two sisters who wrote the Happy Birthday song. They lived in Butchertown.

You might want to live here, too, after you see the real estate in this neighborhood. Butchertown is full of cool shotgun homes that have become incredibly popular and trendy with young, hip people and artistic types. These homes are actually larger than you might think at first because they're longer in the back. They're also tall and full of cool historical features that you can't easily find in homes built in this century.

You get all the beauty of historic architecture on the inside, along with details like hardwood floors, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances. You get to see little extras and features everywhere because these homes were all custom-built. And maybe you'll get to see the home you'd like to live in, too. Go see Butchertown and see where it leads you.

About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team - !

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