Celebrate early spring at the Garden! We have a fun-filled month with events for the whole family!
Indoor Gardening Workshop: Start your Summer Veggies Indoors
Sunday, March 8, 1:30 to 2:30pm
Advanced registration required - register at https://eventbrite.com/event/15200769912/
Grow your green thumb at QBG! Join Fred Gerber, Director of Education Emeritus for an adult workshop on starting your summer vegetables indoors. This program is an introductory workshop that should have something of interest for both the novice and experienced gardener.
Children's Garden Family Day sponsored by HSBC
Saturday, March 14, 2 to 4pm
Get a taste of the Children's Garden program as we plant seeds while learning about gardening and the environment. Plus, have a chance to register early for the Spring Session which starts April 11!
March Equinox Craft for Kids
Saturday, March 21, 1 to 3pm
Fee: Free while supplies last - limited to first 30 children
While you enjoy a day at QBG, be sure to bring the kids over to the QBG Craft Table where we'll be making botanically themed items! While supplies last; limited to first 30 children. (Schools and groups: contact email@example.com)
MARCH for the Earth
Sunday, March 22, 10am to 1pm (weather permitting)
Fee: Free (advance registration - register at https://eventbrite.com/event/15201228283/)
Celebrate the vernal equinox - historical Earth Day - by joining us and other community groups for a day of volunteering and unity at QBG. Individuals and groups are welcome to volunteer.
QBG Craft Table at The Shops at Skyview Center
Sunday, March 22, 2 to 4pm (while supplies last)
Where: The Shops at Skyview Center, Level B
Join us on Level B where we'll be making a fashionable bracelet using materials that come from plants! Supplies are limited and times/location are subject to change.
Botanical Art-Making Workshop with Paul Lin
Saturday, March 28, 1 to 4pm
Fee: $15 (includes all supplies)
Advanced registration required - register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/botanical-art-making-workshop-with-artist-paul-lin-tickets-15191096980
Join artist Paul Lin as he shares the time-honored tradition of pressed flower botanical art. This hands-on workshop will introduce participants of all levels to the therapeutic technique of art making, exploration of natural materials, and the importance of composition and design.