Fridays in the Garden

Bring a friend to Fridays in the Garden and introduce them to all the beauty the Arboretum has to offer.

 

Fridays in the Garden
When:

 

First and third Friday of each month (day may vary)

10 – 11:30am

Who:

All ages

Cost:

Free with admission

Where:

Start at the Warren H. Corning Visitor Center

 

We have many exciting programs in the months ahead.  Programs start with light refreshments, followed by a presentation or walk with the experts. No need for reservations. Dress for the weather/terrain and bring your cameras or binoculars. Programs and program dates are subject to change. 

 

Please contact Anna Pavisich to confirm program.

 

Sept. 11

Are you feeling full of vigor and want to challenge yourself. Join us on a hike at Stebbins Gulch.  This hike is rigorous requiring a good degree of physical fitness and balance. Proper footwear is important and should be appropriate for climbing, walking through mud and water.  Bring a walking stick if you have one orl pick one up along the way.  This hike is approximately three hours.

   

Sept. 25

We will be hiking out to the new Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Emergent Tower. Try something new and exciting and view the Arboretum from a new prespective as we explore these new structures.

   

Oct. 16

Play a role in building a stronger research program at the Arboretum. We're hiring a new research scientist, and we want to know what you think about the candidates. Each candidate will give a public presentation at Fridays in the Garden and David Burke, chairman of the research department, will welcome your feedback on the lectures.

   

Oct. 23

Play a role in building a stronger research program at the Arboretum. We're hiring a new research scientist, and we want to know what you think about the candidates. Each candidate will give a public presentation at Fridays in the Garden and David Burke, chairman of the research department, will welcome your feedback on the lectures.

   

Oct. 30

Play a role in building a stronger research program at the Arboretum. We're hiring a new research scientist, and we want to know what you think about the candidates. Each candidate will give a public presentation at Fridays in the Garden and David Burke, chairman of the research department, will welcome your feedback on the lectures.

   

 

 

Call Anna Pavisich at 440.602.8006 for directions or any other questions