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Home calendar for the week of Oct. 15-21

Sunday, Oct. 15

Halloween boutique: Visit Roger’s Gardens and step into a world of Magic Mayhem. “Magical” creatures are for sale behind windows stacked with wands and broomsticks. Boutique available various times and dates through Oct. 28. 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona del Mar. 949-640-5800 or rogersgardens.com


Tuesday, Oct. 17

Fall Silk Centerpiece Workshop: Stop by Roger’s Gardens where Andrew Garcia will guide guests on how to create their very own fall silk centerpiece,  for the Thanksgiving holiday. This silk keepsake is perfect for the holiday season or a thoughtful hostess gift.  Workshop fee includes all materials and step-by-step instructions. Please bring gloves if desired. $125. 6-7 p.m. 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona del Mar. 949-640-5800 or rogersgardens.com

Coconut Zingy Yogurt Class: Join Kelly Solorzano as she shows students  how to create this dairy-free probiotic powerhouse from scratch using a unique recipe and process.She will demonstrate how guests can create their own varieties and ferment this yogurt into savory dips. Starter cultures will be available for purchase at the class. $50. 6-7:30 p.m. Fermentation Farm. 1125 Victoria St., Suite R, Costa Mesa. 949-650-0830 or fermfarm.com

Wednesday, Oct.18

Fermented Soda Workshop: In this class, guests will learn how to make ginger soda (based on an “old-school” recipe from a century ago) and water kefir soda. These are two of the least complicated fermented beverages to make. Instructor, Dr. Yasmine Mason, will also teach attendees how to turn the ginger soda into root beer. Organizers say that if you are new to fermentation, this would be a great place to start. Starter cultures will be available for purchase at the class. $30. 6-7:30 p.m. Fermentation Farm. 1125 Victoria St., Suite R, Costa Mesa. 949-650-0830 or fermfarm.com

Thursday, Oct. 19

Christmas boutique: Get inspired by Joyeux Noël at Roger’s Gardens. Celebrate the diversity and richness of European Christmas traditions enhanced with modern influences and themes. Glass ornaments are hand blown and hand decorated in family workshops in Poland, Nutcrackers made in Germany accompany seasonal dinnerware from Portugal and Italy. Boutique open various times and dates through Dec. 23. 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona del Mar. 949-640-5800 or rogersgardens.com

Saturday, Oct. 21

Celebration of Fall: Join Eric Cortina at Roger’s Gardens as he demonstrates a natural approach and style to fall décor. Wreaths, garlands and fresh floral arrangements will be highlighted using elements from the garden and floral studio. Learn valuable tips and trade secrets that will help you celebrate the autumn season. Free. 9-10 a.m. 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona del Mar. 949-640-5800 or rogersgardens.com

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