StoryTime in the LibraryDate: Every ThursdayTime: 10:30-11 a.m.Location: Andersen Horticultural Library
Pollinator Friendly Mixed Media by Jodi Reeb” Reedy Gallery. Photographs from the Arboretum combined with encaustic paint and beeswax combining nature and human activity.
Roots to Healing: A Brief Survey of the Past, Present and Future of Plant-Based Remedies in Minnesota” Arboretum Skyway Gallery & Andersen Horticultural Library. Consider the role of plants and nature in healing across cultures in Minnesota in this educational exhibit.
Flora and Fauna are highlighted in a variety of mediums from the Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour. All works are available for sale.
See the Harrison Sculpture Garden during the winter in this first time tour. $5 member, $20 non-member, 15 and under free. To register click here.
Come help us welcome spring with these beautiful blooms!
A fun-filled afternoon focused on corn. Create a bracelet with dried corn and grind cornmeal to prepare cornbread, tamales, or tortilla. Test your knowledge about corn with trivia.
Learn to model native prairie plant communities with benefits such as soil-building and carbon storage, attracting beneficial insects including native pollinators, and enhancing human health and well-being.