Light in Winter Workshops
Drop in Sundays, November 4; December 2; January 6; February 3
Join in our new series of winter-long discovery programs! Fun, hands-on discovery workshops are free with garden admission and welcome kids of all ages. Activities are based indoors and will send families out to explore the wondrous winter garden. Workshops are drop-in style—stop by anytime during workshop hours.
Light in Winter
Brighten up your winter season by taking part in our Light in Winter series!
Warm up for Winter | November 4, 10 a.m.–Noon | Visitor’s Center Atrium
Families make warming mulling spice mixes to bring home, cozy up with fall storytime, and explore fall harvest plants indoors and out on a garden hunt.
Winter Wildcrafting | December 2, 2–4 p.m. | Visitor’s Center
Families learn about where animals are cozying up for winter, search for animal hideouts around the garden, and craft their very own teeny creature houses from natural materials.
Winter Blooms | January 6, 10 a.m.–12 p.m. | Visitor’s Center Atrium
Families enjoy fragrant, colorful flowers blooming indoors and out in the middle of winter! Explore blooming bulbs and branches and pot up your own paperwhite plant to bring flowers into your home.
Winter Trees | February 3, 1–3 p.m. | Visitor’s Center Atrium
Families explore fragrant evergreen trees, investigate amazing pinecones, make a pine needle pillow to take home, and discover winter tree silhouettes around the garden.