Events Calendar

April 3, 2019 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Spring Session

January 9-May 15, 2019
Wednesdays, 3-5:30 pm
Ages 11 and up

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 4, 2019 - 2:30pm - 5:00pm

Spring Session

January 10-May 16, 2019
Thursdays, 2:30-5 pm
Ages 6-11

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 6, 2019 - 1:00pm - 3:30pm

A Workshop with Courtney Joy Stevens

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Fee: $25/ $20 members (all materials included)
Registration: Registration is closed. For information on future workshops, sign up for our e-list

This series of workshops takes a broad view of what it means to garden. Whether you consider yourself a backyard gardener, a forager, a farmer, or a steward of the land, the Garden Series will have something for you. From formal garden design to identifying and learning to use wild growing plants, we span a range of techniques and philosophies. Because of the range of subjects covered, these classes can be enjoyed by new and experienced gardeners alike.

Courtney Joy Stevens of Courtney Joy Floral will teach you how to plan and grow a cut flower garden. From seeds, tubers, and bulbs to cutting armfuls of fresh blooms, she will give you the information you need to grow your own bouquets this summer. She’ll share tips on where to source the materials you need, useful tools, and the easiest cut flowers to grow in Southeastern Wisconsin. Bring your questions and then head home to start your very own cut flower garden.

About Courtney Joy Stevens
Courtney Joy Stevens enjoys creating with flowers to bring people a heightened awareness of the natural world. Through her business, Courtney Joy Floral, she grows flowers and makes flower designs. She lives and works from Three Brothers Farm, which she owns and operates with her husband, Michael Gutschenritter, in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Together they grow flowers and vegetables, raise Shetland sheep for wool, and have too many chickens, a livestock guardian dog named Freja, and two cats.

April 6, 2019 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Women's Speaker Series: Stacey Lee

Fee: $18/$16 members for one parent & child - includes your choice of Under A Painted Sky or Outrun the Moon (one book total), refreshments, and admission to the sculpture garden (come early to stroll the grounds). Single or additional adult: $14/$12 members. Additional child: $6/$5 members (no book included). Register by phone at 414-446-8794.

Margy Stratton, founder and executive producer of Milwaukee Reads produces this series of events featuring writers of particular interest to women.

Lynden Sculpture Garden's Women's Speaker Series and Boswell Books welcome author Stacey H. Lee to the Lynden Sculpture Garden, Saturday, April 6, 2 pm. For more information on upcoming Women's Speaker Series Events, click here.

About Stacey H. Lee

Stacey H. Lee is the author of Under a Painted Sky, Outrun the Moon, The Secret of a Heart Note, and the forthcoming The Downstairs Girl (August 2019). A fourth generation Chinese-American whose people came to California during the heydays of the cowboys, Lee believes she still has a bit of cowboy dust in her soul. A native of southern California, she graduated from UCLA then got her law degree at UC Davis King Hall. After practicing law in the Silicon Valley for several years, she finally took up the pen because she wanted the perks of being able to nap during the day, and it was easier than moving to Spain. She plays classical piano, raises children, and writes YA fiction. Please visit her website at www.staceyhlee.com.

April 7, 2019 - 9:30am - 12:30pm


Fee: $30/$25 members
Registration: Registration is closed. For information on future events, sign up for our e-list.

Ages: 10-15

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project (UWMWP) offers a morning workshop for aspiring writers aged 10-15. Young writers will work with an NWP teacher leader for a unique creative writing experience. With the stunning backdrop of the sculpture garden as a source of inspiration, the group will engage in a variety of observational exercises and exploratory writing activities. Participants will leave with a collection of prompts that correspond to the sculptures. Come meet and share writing and feedback with other like-minded young writers.

During this workshop, we will:
● Engage in a variety of creative writing exercises to inspire multiple genres of creative writing, including poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and more;
● Work with an NWP teacher leader in a small group setting;
● Learn a few foundational writing techniques used by professional writers;
● Make connections between the physical world, observation, and creative writing;
● And become inspired to continue using nature and observation to write creatively!

About the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Writing Project
UWMWP is an affiliate site of the National Writing Project (NWP), the premier professional development network anchored at colleges and universities, for teacher leaders focusing on sustained efforts to improve writing and learning for all. Teacher leaders associated with UWMWP have a passion for teaching writing that includes creating new ways to inspire writers of all ages with a personal commitment to their own writing practices.

April 10, 2019 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Spring Session

January 9-May 15, 2019
Wednesdays, 3-5:30 pm
Ages 11 and up

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 11, 2019 - 2:30pm - 5:00pm

Spring Session

January 10-May 16, 2019
Thursdays, 2:30-5 pm
Ages 6-11

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 13, 2019 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Registration is closed.

Lynden offers affordable creative workshops for K-12 educators. For more information and registration click here.

April 13, 2019 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Hohokam with Katheryn Corbin

Fee: $85/ $75 members (all materials included)
Registration: Advance registration required. Register by phone at 414-446-8794.

Hohokam pottery developed in the river valleys of the Sonoran desert about 1800 years ago. Using a buff colored clay and coil building techniques—as well as a wooden paddle and stone--Hohokam potters made plates, bowls, dishes, pitchers, ladles, and drinking vessels for daily use. Pieces were decorated with a fine, liquid red clay or slip, then piled in a shallow pit and covered with grasses and animal dung. Shards of broken pottery protected the pieces from the flames once the fuel was ignited. The smudges formed by the smoke on the surface of the pottery were known as “fire clouds.”

In this workshop we will explore these traditional techniques, materials, and processes to create vessels that can then be smoke-fired at our Spring Sawdust Firing. Bring a bag lunch and beverages and dress for studio work as well as the outdoors. We’ll be making use of Lynden’s 40 beautiful acres during our breaks, weather permitting. Attendance at the smoke firing is voluntary, but you will need to return at a later date to pick up your pots. Beginners welcome.

About Katheryn Corbin
Katheryn Corbin is a painter, potter, and figure sculptor. Pots and figures have both been a part of Corbin's studio practice and teaching. Drawing and painting are important elements in each discipline, and her clay pieces are informed by the complementary processes of working with clay as vessel and as figure. Corbin is interested in historical developments in clay and variations across cultures, and she often explores different firing techniques and glaze surfaces. She has taught at all levels from elementary school through adult at the Evanston Arts Center in Evanston, IL; the Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI; the Milwaukee Art Museum; the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

April 14, 2019 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Self Care Sundays: DIY Hand Rolled Aromatherapy Beads

Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden. Drop in anytime between 2 and 4 pm.

Drop-in to roll and design your very own aromatherapy beads with air dry clay. By adding a variety of designs and patterns to our beads we will make perfect textures that have the ability to trap essential oils if you wish to reapply in the future. Make your own aromatherapy diffuser beads and take necklace or bracelet materials home with you so you can assemble your jewelry once the clay beads dry overnight. Use and reuse over and over again with your own essential oils. Learn more about the healing properties of different oils and find which ones work best for certain scenarios and seasons.

*All letters stay sealed and are never seen by anyone other than you. Postage will be provided.

About The Self Care Studio

The Self Care Studio is a platform that illuminates the practice of self-care techniques through a variety of mediums. The studio’s online presence shares daily positive reminders in our social media-driven culture. By posting illustrations and texts the studio aims to promote self-kindness in times of healing, radical self-forgiveness, and prioritizing ourselves with mantras such as “self-care is not selfish.”  The Self Care Studio also exists in the physical world as a pop-up shop. It sells self-care merchandise and facilitates workshops that provide a variety of hands-on sensory projects that encourage us to carve out time for ourselves by slowing down in the present moment. The Self Care Studio is a project of artist, author, and activist Jenna Knapp.
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Schedule:
January 13 - Self Love Trading Cards Club
February 10 - Dear Self, With Love
March 31 - DIY: Altered Book
April 14 - DIY: Hand Rolled Aromatherapy Beads

April 17, 2019 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Spring Session

January 9-May 15, 2019
Wednesdays, 3-5:30 pm
Ages 11 and up

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 18, 2019 - 2:30pm - 5:00pm

Spring Session

January 10-May 16, 2019
Thursdays, 2:30-5 pm
Ages 6-11

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 20, 2019 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

Photo: Molly Rosenblum/Sam LaStrapes/Kodah

Free to members and dogs, or with admission to the sculpture garden.

Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden. In the winter, cross-country skiers and snowshoers also welcome, and in the warmer months, we encourage picnicking.

April 24, 2019 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Spring Session

January 9-May 15, 2019
Wednesdays, 3-5:30 pm
Ages 11 and up

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 25, 2019 - 2:30pm - 5:00pm

Spring Session

January 10-May 16, 2019
Thursdays, 2:30-5 pm
Ages 6-11

Drop into our studio for informal art exploration. Come for 30 minutes or stay for 2 1/2 hours; visit weekly or stop by when you need an after-school activity; bring a friend or sibling or try it on your own. Each week we'll introduce different materials, processes and themes, and get you started on a project. We'll focus on three-dimensional artmaking--though we will also do plenty of painting, drawing and collaging--and make use of Lynden’s special resources: the collection of monumental sculpture and 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

Single Session: $11/$9 members
Art Drop-In Card: Any 8 sessions for $64/$48 members
Purchase an 8-session Art Drop-in Card or register for an individual session online now.

For more information, click here.

April 27, 2019 - 10:00am - 11:30am

Hohokam with Katheryn Corbin

Fee: $30/ $25 members (all materials included)
Registration: Registration is closed. You may be interested in Summer Sawdust Firing with Katheryn Corbin.

Join ceramic artist Katheryn Corbin for our spring sawdust firing. On the first Saturday, learn to set-up and pack the “kiln”—a metal trash can filled with sawdust—with your bisque-fired pieces. The smoke from the smoldering fire blackens the pots, leaving them with a subtle, shining finish. Return a week later, once things have cooled, to open and unload the can and collect your pottery. Fire the planters and vessels made in previous workshops at Lynden, or bring in your own bisque-fired work. When registering, you will need to specify the dimensions and number of pieces you are bringing (maximum two).

About Katheryn Corbin
Katheryn Corbin is a painter, potter, and figure sculptor. Pots and figures have both been a part of Corbin's studio practice and teaching. Drawing and painting are important elements in each discipline, and her clay pieces are informed by the complementary processes of working with clay as vessel and as figure. Corbin is interested in historical developments in clay and variations across cultures, and she often explores different firing techniques and glaze surfaces. She has taught at all levels from elementary school through adult at the Evanston Arts Center in Evanston, IL; the Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI; the Milwaukee Art Museum; the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

April 27, 2019 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

International Sculpture Day, 2018
The Wandering Rocks, sculpture by Tony Smith and cake by Debbie Pagel, #ISDay 2018

Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.

We celebrate International Sculpture Day with a cake in the shape of a Henry Moore sculpture by Debbie Pagel of Eat Cake!, The Large Whimsy, a pop-up sculpture by Gary John Gresl, drop-in art and Labyrinth Society of Lynden Sculpture Garden activities.

We also invite you to drop off any unwanted cast iron items (old sinks, tubs, and radiators are perfect) in preparation for Lynden’s first Iron Pour on May 25. The organizers will be on hand during #isday to move these items to the collection point on the tennis court prior to breaking them up (a sight in itself).

Schedule:

10 AM-4 PM: The Large Whimsy
Artist-in-residence Gary John Gresl creates a pop-up sculpture, The Large Whimsy for International Sculpture Day.

12-4 PM: Moore Maquettes with Jeff Boshart
When he went for walks, Henry Moore, like many people, picked up stones, pebbles, shells, and bits of wood. He took these back to his studio and used their shapes and textures to inspire the shapes and textures of his sculptures. Drop in to the studio for International Sculpture Day to join Jeff Boshart in making a small Henry Moore inspired maquette in clay. Bring a few natural objects from the garden or use a collection we’ll have on hand. Younger children should be accompanied by an adult.

2-4 PM: Labyrinth Society of Lynden Sculpture Garden Walk and Seed Planting
Join artist-in-residence and Labyrinth Society of Lynden Sculpture Garden founder Jenna Knapp, along with land managers Kyle Welna and Roberta Kaleta Jr., to walk the site of the labyrinth and plant seeds (weather permitting).

3 PM: Henry Moore cake
After creating incredible cakes in the shape of Barbara Hepworth and Tony Smith sculptures for prior #ISDays, this year Debbie Pagel of Eat Cake! tackles Henry Moore's Two-Piece Reclining Figure No. 9, 1967. At 3 pm we'll cut the cake and eat!

April 28, 2019 - 8:30am - 10:00am

Birding with Poet Chuck Stebelton and Friends

April 28 with Chuck Stebelton & Sheila Held
May 26 with Chuck Stebelton & Emir Cakaroz

Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.

Poet/birder Chuck Stebelton continues his series of bird walks at Lynden this spring, and he's bringing friends! Please wear appropriate footwear and bring your binoculars if you have them; no previous birding experience required.

Chuck Stebelton is author of An Apostle Island (Oxeye Press, forthcoming) and two previous full-length collections of poetry, most recently The Platformist (Cultural Society, 2012). His first book, Circulation Flowers (Tougher Disguises, 2005), was winner of the inaugural Jack Spicer Award. As a birder and Wisconsin Master Naturalist volunteer he has offered interpretive hikes for organizations including Lynden Sculpture Garden, Friends of Lorine Niedecker, Woodland Pattern Book Center, and Interfaith Older Adult Programs. He currently serves as Program Coordinator for Interfaith Older Adult Programs in Milwaukee and is a participant in Lynden's residency program.

April 28, 2019 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Evelyn Patricia Terry, In America, Wandering and Saving Souls
In America, Wandering and Saving Souls, 2018. Pastel, ink, thread, acrylic paint on rag paper, 15 3/8” x 10 3/4" (unframed). Photo by Fonde Patrice Bridges with Dean Johnson.

FREE
Exhibition on view through July 28, 2019.

“America”—from its origins to present day news reports of racial and ethnic interactions--is a recurrent theme in Evelyn Patricia Terry’s work. Over the course of more than fifty years, she has made several bodies of work that address the “conundrum of co-existence that repeatedly occupies the news, my thoughts, and many conversations.” In America’s Favor/Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed!), the most recent in a series of exhibitions on the theme, Terry brings together different bodies of work: an iconic table installation, artist books, and mixed media works that layer drawings and other forms of mark-making on sewn rag paper pieces. Terry has mined her five-decade history as an artist to create the exhibition by repurposing the torn and cut sections of etchings, screen-prints, monotypes, and randomly printed rag paper scraps that she has accumulated as a printmaker, and by referencing items in her personal collection, from ethnic dolls to the work of other artists.

In the rear of the building, Terry will be exhibiting nine works from her Play the Race Card series. The series dates from 2006-7, when Terry began using torn canvas strips recycled from previously set-aside paintings. Focusing on two politically and emotionally charged color groupings, "red, black and green" and "red, white and blue," on a backdrop of other colors, this work promotes race conversations as commonplace topics like weather--absent the political biases, empowerment drain, and emotional damage harbored.

Terry has returned to “America” several times over the years, and its episodic manifestations can be read as a kind of diary. In 1996, working with the Haggerty Museum of Art, Terry created her first table installation, Guess/Guests Who Came to Dinner, at the (former) Watts Tea Shop. This original dinner table featured mismatched plates, assorted stemware, various ethnic dolls, and a Reverend Josephus Farmer Statue of Liberty sculpture from her art collection. For Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed), made for Pure Black, an exhibition Terry co-curated with Della Wells at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery in 2004, she expanded the installation, placing written words and healthy raw foods--ginger, garlic, lemons--on each plate.

She took up the theme again in two series of artist books America’s Favor (named from her 1972 screen print edition) and America: Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed)—named after the table installation. Most recently, Terry was invited to display the table installation at the Mobile Design Box, a local alternative space, and to fill the empty walls with two-dimensional work that could be hung with pins or tacks. Working on short notice and with these restrictions, Terry elected to use the space as a studio to produce a new body of work. Searching out all the marked-up rag paper pieces she had fortuitously filed and saved over the years, she created vertical and horizontal substrates by randomly sewing several pieces together. She enhanced these sewn compositions with new marks and figurative drawings of her female and male ethnic doll collection in their “country of origin” dress, building thematic connections to the table installation. The figures are drawn alone or coupled, sometimes in strange inter-ethnic relationships and sometimes together with “their own kind.” Text, too, has been an essential and continuous element in the “America” series, appearing on plates, across book pages, on cards, and in titles that provide clues to the artist’s thoughts. For this exhibition, Terry will be producing new books and mixed media works.

America's Favor/Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed!) is the latest entry in Terry’s diary, an up-to-the moment index of the artist’s aesthetic and material interests, her personal concerns, and her approach to embracing the world she lives in.

About the Artist
Evelyn Patricia Terry is a full time professional visual artist, presenter, writer and art collector based in Milwaukee. She works across many media: printmaking, drawing, painting, installation, and public art. During her long career, she has garnered awards, fellowships, grants, and commendations for community work with students and other artists. Concentrating on printmaking, she earned both a BFA and an MS in Visual Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). She earned an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago after Ruth Milofsky, a UWM arts education professor and mentor, set up a fund to give her a deadline to go back to school so she might be better prepared as an artist.

In 2012, Terry received the Wisconsin Visual Artist Lifetime Achievement Award from a Wisconsin consortium of art and humanity organizations. In 2014 the Milwaukee Arts Board honored her with their Artist of the Year Award. Terry’s work is internationally exhibited and collected; over 400 private, corporate, and public collections own her artwork including the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Museum of Wisconsin Art, the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University, the Racine Art Museum and the Wright Museum of Art at Beloit College. From 2016 through 2018, several universities—including UWM, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Duke University--acquired Terry’s hand-constructed artists’ books. In 2009, influenced by Dr. Margaret Burroughs, a visual artist, poet, and founder of the DuSable Museum of African American History, and by Chicago art consultant Susan Woodson, Terry founded the Terry McCormick Contemporary Fine and Folk Art Gallery, a home-based gallery, following the death of her partner, self-taught folk artist George Ray McCormick, Sr.

April 30, 2019 - 10:30am - 11:30am

TIG 7/1/14

Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

The 40 acres that house the Lynden collection of monumental outdoor sculpture are also home to many birds, insects, frogs, mammals and plants. Naturalist Naomi Cobb offers programs for the very young and their parents or caregivers that explore a different theme each month, taking into account the changing seasons.

We limit the size of the group for these programs; therefore payments are non-refundable. We understand that naps and illness can interfere with attendance, so if you contact us prior to 10 am on the morning of your scheduled session (you can leave a message at 414-446-8794), we will transfer your payment to another session, enrollment permitting.

Member: $8/one adult and one child. Additional children are $4.
Non-member: $10/one adult and one child. Additional children are $4. Additional adults pay daily admission.

Register online now.

Tuesdays in the Garden is designed for parents and children from birth through age 5, and provides an opportunity for those with very small children to engage in outdoor play and the manipulation of art materials.

Please dress for outdoor play; rain or shine we will spend part of our time out in the garden.

Schedule:

January 8 - Winter Patterns
February 12 - Exploring Shapes
March 12 - Signs of Spring
April 30 - Gardening
May 28 - Flower Friends
June 18 - Pond Pals - Registration for this session is closed.
July 9 & 23 - Rainbow Garden
August 13 & 27 - Fly, Jump, Crawl


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