Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens is a living, growing, vibrant classroom for people of all ages. From seed propagation workshops to story time in the Children’s Garden, rhododendron lectures to botanical illustration, yoga practice to beekeeping demonstrations, there is always something new to learn, create, or experience at Jenkins!
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Saving Jemima: Life and Love with a Hard-luck Jay Sunday, September 22, 2:00 pm Presented by Julie Zickefoose, writer, artist, and naturalist. Naturalist/artist/writer Julie Zickefoose thinks of herself as an unsung, minor, rather dirty superhero. Her superpower: saving small, economically worthless wildlife that would otherwise die. An orphaned jay named Jemima was one such foundling. Spending nearly a year healing, studying, and raising the young blue jay for release opened the door to their world…Find out more »
Presented by the YogaLife Institute. Janet Muti, YogaLife Instructor. Mondays, September 9 - October 21, 6:00 - 7:15pm *Note: There will be no class on Monday, September 30, 2019 Enjoy this unique setting, looking out the glass curtain wall into the tree canopy of the Arboretum as you practice yoga poses in tandem with breathing and stress management techniques. A variety of healthy living topics will be discussed to further benefit mind-body health. All levels…Find out more »
Led by Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens Staff. Join us on Wednesday afternoons this fall as we celebrate the change of seasons. The Arboretum’s staff will lead you on tours through the garden to talk with you about our botanical collections, focusing on a different theme each week which could late summer wildflowers, fruit and berries, fall foliage, or our collection of native trees and shrubs. Keep an eye on your email and social media for…Find out more »