The 2020 Garden of Fire program is going virtual this summer. Each week, new program videos will be released created by partnering organizations and artists. This unique summer program is aimed to provide a meaningful experience for students by integrating science, art, wellness, and gardening into a series of fun, hands-on lessons and workshops.
We encourage families to participate in the Garden of Fire virtual program series at home starting July 6, 2020. Full virtual program schedule here:
Some of the pre-recorded videos have hands-on activity kits that are available at the four Steuben County participating youth center sites.
Hornell Area Concern for Youth and Laura Richardson Houghton Corning Youth Center will be open for summer program with limited capacity. Activity kits can be completed on site and will also be available for pick-up.