Participants in Hudson stepped up their outside activities in March with experiences at multiple venues in and around the Twin Cities.
Individuals visited Hmong Village in St. Paul for a cultural learning experience. They tried jackfruit, a cousin to figs and mulberries grown in Asia, and shopped the market there, explains Case Coordinator LeeAnn Mergens.
Indoor gardens and fish at Como Conservatory in St. Paul caught visitors’ attention and some supply shopping broke up the day in Hudson. Earlier in the month, participants here celebrated the birthday of well known children’s author Dr. Suess with a bingo game played in his honor.
Earth Day, Mother’s Day and more outdoor activities were being planned as participants and staff looked forward to park visits again and the fresh air in spring. And Hudson’s Culture Club was learning more about Easter, Passover and Ramadan.