Queens Botanical Garden Hosts Summer Solstice Celebration!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Darcy Hector- Queens Botanical Garden
718-886-3800 ext. 330
Flushing, NY—June 13, 2013—Here comes the sun! Queens Botanical Garden invites all to attend our Summer Solstice Celebration, which will be held on Sunday, June 23, 2013 from 11am to 4pm. This will be a day of workshops and activities, and will feature a bird and nature walk, a SmartPhone tour, food service and many activities for children, including a suncatcher craft, the TD Bank Children’s Activity table, seed plantings, Silly Cheeks face art and appearances by Flora.
Summer Solstice Celebration schedule of events:
11am-4pm: Refreshments - Delish by Amerivents
11am-4pm: Old Fashioned Children’s Games
11am: Bird Walk and Nature Walk with QBG staffer Shari Romar
12pm-2pm: Crushed can art workshop
2pm: Smart Phone Garden tour with Brian Nemeth
12pm -3:30pm: Silly Cheeks Face Painting
12pm-4pm: TD Bank Children’s Activity Table
Check http://www.queensbotanical.org/programs/summersolstice for an updated list of events and for vendor information
Admission to this event is included with Garden admission: $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and $2 for children 3-12 and students with ID. Free for QBG members.
Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing, Queens. On-site parking is available for $5 per vehicle; street parking is nearby. QBG is accessible via the Q44 and Q22 buses and a short walk from the #7 train and LIRR Flushing stop. For more information, call (718) 886-3800, ext. 330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Queens Botanical Garden is an urban oasis where people, plants and cultures are celebrated through inspiring gardens, innovative educational programs and demonstrations of environmental stewardship. Located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing, Queens Botanical Garden is easily accessible by car, train, or bus. For travel directions and more information visit www.queensbotanical.org or call (718) 886-3800. Queens Botanical Garden is located on property owned by the City of New York, and its operation is made possible in part by public funds provided through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.