The Spring Flower Show: Bee’s Knees is included in reservations from February 15 through May 14, 2023.
Get crafty and learn more about Black history at the Conservatory! We are offering drop-in activities in Horticulture Hall that celebrate Black culture and show how Black folks have used plants throughout history. These programs are drop in and no preregistration is required, though registration to visit the Conservatory IS required. Weekend reservations tend to […]
Register Family Dance Workshop with Maila Sylla Join us on Sunday February 19th for an afternoon of family fun and community building with West African Dance instructor Maila Sylla. During this high energy workshop, Maila will teach core African dance movements from Senegal, Guinea, Mali, Ivory Coast, and more! This program is offered in collaboration […]
Come celebrate and learn about Black history through a free, interactive tour with our Urban Roots teen docent program! Many of the plants growing at the Conservatory have deep significance to Black history, and the ways we think about horticulture has been shaped by so many Black scientists, artists, and thinkers. To honor and celebrate […]