Mother's Day Succulents Workshop set for May 8 at the Albany Museum of Art

albanyceo.com | 04-27

Create a unique gift for mom that she will cherish at the Mother’s Day Succulents Workshop on Saturday, May 8 at the Albany Museum of Art. Hunter Anderson, owner of The Succulent Hunter, will lead the workshop, set for 10 am-noon. Succulents are plants that have parts that are thick,...

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