StoryTime in the LibraryDate: Every ThursdayTime: 10:30-11 a.m.Location: Andersen Horticultural Library
Discover origami sculptures in the gallery and in the gardens. A single piece of paper is transformed into various objects by complex folded patterns, which are revealed by deconstructing or unfolding.
Brushwork and pottery created by local artists who have studied and reflected on Japanese culture.
Practice uncovering hidden plant views with table top activities. Make a take-away garden viewer designed to refresh your sense of wonder.
Science camp comes to life with puppet shows, songs and mud play. Binoculars, microscopes and magnifying glasses help kids look closer at the natural world. Ages 5-7.
Work undercover to develop skills of stealth, awareness and survival. The natural world will be the setting for experiments and investigations in chromatography, forensics and code breaking. Ages 7-11.
Paddle, cycle, swim, bike or hike to a new destination each day while discovering scientific concepts and connections to the natural world.
Explore these works to get an idea of the myriad of ways wood is used in creative expression today. Opens at 10 a.m. on Sundays.