Garden News Blog
On September 1 Garden members had a rare chance to enjoy BBG at night with a picnic, cocktail night, and the first outdoor movie screening in the Garden's history. Early in the evening sangria was sipped in the Osborne Garden giving members a chance to enjoy live music and interact with Le Guichet, the Alexander Calder
In 1910, milk was 32 cents a gallon, average life expectancy for men was 48, a Ziegfeld girl earned $75 per week, and BBG was transformed from an ash dump to a glorious urban sanctuary. On August 12, 200 guests of the Linnaean Libation League celebrated the Garden's centennial with an affair featuring fine food, drinks, and
On August 4, BBG members enjoyed a gorgeous sunset and crisp cocktails amidst the blooming water-lilies and sacred lotus of Lily Pool Terrace. The next Garden Cocktail Night is on Wednesday, September 1. All photos by Sarah Tew Photography.
Last Saturday, BBG celebrated its 100th birthday with a Bee-Day party that highlighted the importance of bees in our world with honey tastings, lectures, presentations, tours, and live music throughout the Garden. The day culminated with an old-school concert on Cherry Esplanade featuring Brooklyn natives the Persuasions,
Join us this Saturday to celebrate the Garden's centennial! We're having a bee-inspired birthday party for all ages with honey tastings, lectures, presentations, tours, and live music throughout the Garden. Tease your beehive into shape for an old-school concert with a cappella kings The Persuasions and the legendary soul
On June 2, Garden members gathered for a fantastic evening to officially kick off BBG’s centennial season. Guests danced to music from the 1910s and 1920s, performed by Michael Arenella & His Dreamland Orchestra, and enjoyed picnicking and relaxing on the grass as the sun set on Cherry Esplanade. Many members came out