Book to Action: Wildflower Seed Bomb Activity

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Program Type:

Virtual Program, Workshop

Age Group:

Teen , Adults
Registration is closed because no more seats are available.
Allowed Ages: 16 to Over 18

Program Description

Event Details

As a part of Book to Action, you can learn about the importance of native plants and contribute to the delicate balance of our community’s specific ecosystem with wildflower seed bombs. This take-home activity is for adults and teens 16+. Supplies will be provided in assembled kits. Register below to reserve your kit and receive a Zoom invitation for the day of the event!

Book to Action 2021

Our 2021 Book to Action event series has begun! The theme this year is Sustainability and the chosen book is Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Reserve your copy of the book here or call or text the Library. Ebook and digital audiobook copies are also available with your Monrovia Library card. Read the book along with us and participate in our event series to learn more about caring for our community and the planet. All ages are welcome to participate in Book to Action, though please note that all events are geared towards adults and teens.

Checkout the links below to learn more about the events we'll be hosting for Book to Action and to register:

Tuesdays + Fridays in April/May: LIVE! with Locals Instagram Interviews

4/21 Conversation with Josh Tickell of Kiss the Ground

4/24 Wildflower Seed Bomb Activity

5/1 Gather Film Screening

5/8 DIY Compost Bin

5/15 Wilder Than Wild Film Screening

5/27 Conversation on Conservation: Firescaping in Monrovia



Book to Action is a program of the California Library Association, supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.




The library makes every effort to ensure our programs can be enjoyed by all. If you have any concerns about accessibility or need to request specific accommodations, please contact the library.