Friday, April 23, 2010

Still a Few Spots Left in Spring Sprouts Gardening Progam for Kids at NYBG

We just heard from the folks over at New York Botanical Garden that there are a few spots left in their popular Spring Sprouts Gardening Program which takes place in the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden (which has recently welcomed a cute new bunny named Darwin). Here are all the details:
Children’s Gardening Program 2010

Kids plant, tend, and harvest fresh produce with the help of instructors through the New York Botanical Garden’s celebrated Children’s Gardening Program.

As featured on NBC Nightly News, the program allows kids the chance to cook and eat vegetables, meet new friends, and make a lasting connection with nature. Age-appropriate activities are offered in two special programs in the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden: Garden Sprouts (ages 3-5) and Garden Crafters (ages 6-12).

Secure your tot’s spot in Garden Sprouts this spring!
There’s still room in Sections B (May 5 – June 9) and D (May 7 – June 11) starting next month. Please click here to access the brochure with all registration information.
You can also pre-register for Summer Sprouts and Crafters starting in July.
Please click here to find out about more family activities at NYBG.
We can't wait until Pearl is old enough for this program - it looks awesome! Here's a video clip of the NBC Nightly News segment which aired back in January:


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