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.
Spark your child's appreciation for nature's beauty through various art, science, music and play activities. Ages 3-5.
A welcome reeption at 10:00 a.m. in the Visitor Center will kick off this special day to celebrate the Arb's wonderful neighbors.
Campers will explore, play, jump, and squish in mud, making crafts and searching for critters. Ages 7-11.
Explore the world of the honey bees, bumble bees, leaf-cutter bees, sweat bees, mason bees, and more, and find out how they achieve their status as champion pollen movers. Ages 6-10.
Learn about the life cycle of a tree, then explore and sort leaves to identify some of our native trees. Plant your own Minnesota tree seeds to grow at home. Ages 6-10.