Included with Garden Admission
Have fun with your food! Expanded nutrition and food-themed kid’s hands-on programming will take place on the third Saturday in the Family Garden and at stations throughout the Gardens between 10am-2pm. Look for special plants in the Gardens that tie in with the monthly theme. See the schedule below for our upcoming themed offerings. While activities are best aligned for children ages 4-10, caregivers of our youngest learners are encouraged to assist with creations! Included with paid Gardens admission/Membership! Providing a safe learning environment for children is important. All activities are peanut-allergy friendly.
Come learn about different types of fruit, how they grow, and why they are so good for us! See some fruity highlights from the Gardens’ collection and enjoy some fresh fruit juice at our fabulous fruit squeeze. Then, create some fun fruit crafts, including paper plate apple cores, tissue paper strawberries, and painted fruit stamps.
Doctor Seuss Month - March 21
Join us for a “Seussical” celebration at the Gardens! Learn about the importance of conservation while making your very own truffula trees and “Cat in the Hat” hat. Then, learn how to make some healthy Doctor Seuss themed snacks.
World Health Month - April 18
Celebrate World Health Month at the Gardens! Learn about the importance of good nutrition while making your own smoothies. Explore the many different medicinal uses of tea throughout the world at our special tea tasting. Then, create cool grape sculptures and use vegetable stamps to make some beautiful paintings.
Spring Celebration - May 16
Help us welcome spring at the Gardens! Learn about the plants we eat and how they grow at our special spring planting activity. Discover the important role pollinators play in maintaining our food supply while making an egg carton caterpillar and enjoying a healthy bee banana snack. Then, learn how honey is made while making a beautiful beehive painting.
Edible Gardens - June 20
Come learn about the different types of plants that we eat and why they are so good for us! Plant your very own pizza garden and make some fabulous fruit trees out of paper bags. Then, learn about why pollinators are so important to the plants we eat while making egg carton bees and hummingbird feeders.
January 25, February 22, March 22, April 26, May 31
11am-1pm, Included with Garden Admission - Kids 4-12 will enjoy these hands-on activities free with Garden admission. Activities held in the Wegmans Family Garden
Providing a safe learning environment for children is important. All activities are peanut-allergy friendly