StoryTime in the LibraryDate: Every ThursdayTime: 10:30-11 a.m.Location: Andersen Horticultural Library
Door County artist Robert Anderson designed ingenious metal frames to hold kaleidoscopes focused on container gardens scattered throughout the terraces and inside the Visitor Center. The intricate prisms create dramatic, ever-changing flourishes of color and shapes.
Each year, the Arboretum's Auxiliary crafts a show-stopping quilt that is displayed in the Great Hall. Visitors can purchase raffle tickets at $2 each for a chance to own one of these stunning creations.
Twelve outdoor structures or sculptures capture the whimsy, artistic fancy, interpretation and "wild" points of view of local artists, architects and builders.
Gain an introduction to glass-on-glass mosaic, design a framed window hanging, and learn to cut, adhere, and grout the glass. Includes Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12-13.
Start out your day at the Arb with a delicious hot breakfast.
Swish, scoop, pour and explore the wet wonders of water. Ages 5 and under.
Design your own mini-model treehouse using one-foot sticks and twine. Bring accessories to enhance the structure.
Use Nature Based Therapeutics-inspired tips on maximizing the rejuvenating power of trees to help you feel your best.
Stop by the Master Gardener desk in the Visitor Center to pose gardening questions to our volunteers, get information on sustainable practices and find out what areas are at their peak of bloom and beauty.
Learn to create colorful, non-toxic, natural dyes from trees and flowers. Mix and play with plant pigments as you dip and dye fiber.
Your instructor is a chef and beekeeper who will present a beautiful, four-course meal featuring local ingredients and honey. A watch-learn-dine experience.
Observe pollinators, help determine which plants are their feeding favorites and collect ideas for pollinators in your yard.
Visit different gardens at their glorious peak bloom to pick up gardening ideas and help you reconnect with nature's serene beauty.