Great Green Adventures: Sculptures in the Garden

Saturday, November 17, 2018
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Children can search the Missouri Botanical Garden for sculptures and think about what kind of sculptures they would put in their own gardens.

Great Green Adventures are drop-in activities that explore a special part of the Missouri Botanical Garden each month on the third Saturday. Kids will learn about plants, nature and green living through hands-on activities, journaling, stories and games.

 

Great Green Adventures are designed for ages 6–12. Adults may accompany up to three children. Younger siblings may attend.

    •    10:30  to 11:30 a.m. or 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. 

    •    No pre-registration needed

    •    $3 per child (with Garden admission)

    •    Free for Garden members

 

Meet at the Children’s Garden Ticket Fort. At the Missouri Botanical Garden.

 

More information: mobot.org

 

 

 
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