Upcoming Special events

Wacky Water Festival

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Sunday, July 24, 10 a.m. -2 p.m.

Beat the heat and learn how nature ‘keeps its cool’ with this year’s new Wacky Water Festival. Warning: you might get wet with our wacky water activities. Stop by our learning stations to hear about life in the water, and plan to get creative using water to enhance your art projects. Cool off with storyteller Greta Rech as she shares stories from around the world in a shady spot. This month’s food trucks, The Meat Wagon and Oink and Moo, are sure to please. Be sure to grab some Weckerly’s Ice Cream before you leave.

FREE with regular admission, no pre-registration required; rain or shine

Toasts and Tunes Wine Tasting

Thursday, July 28, 6 – 8 p.m.

Enjoy an evening al fresco as you enjoy fresh, seasonal hors d’oeuvres and a sampling of hand-selected wines from Moore Brothers. Catch up with friends as the marimba sounds of local musician Ed Nardi  float through the Arboretum. Tours are offered for those interested in taking a stroll while sipping their wine.

Suitable for adults 21 and older, pre-registration required by calling Joanne Landau at 610-566-9134 ext. 215, limited capacity, first come, first served, $25 for members, $35
for non-members; rain or shine

Bugs and Butterflies Festival

Sunday, August 21, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Bring the family to visit Tyler’s Butterfly House to check out the many native species of butterflies in various stages of their life cycle and watch our monarch tagging demonstrations. Stop by The Academy of Natural Sciences’ Amazing Arthropods
Touch Table to see – or hold – your favorite insect friends. Love honey? Pieter’s Apiary will have live bees in a demonstration hive.  Stop by our food trucks, The Meat Wagon
and Sum Pig, for lunch, and check out the flavors at the Little Baby’s Ice Cream Cart.  Event proudly sponsored by Redbud Native Plant Nursery.

FREE with regular admission, no pre-registration required; rain or shine

 

 

 

 

 

 

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