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Tue, Aug 20, 2024 All Day

Fall Pollinator Plant Sale

Pick up a variety of pollinator friendly plants to make your garden a pollinator paradise! One of the most beneficial ways to support pollinators is to provide food sources during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Order your plants online (only), then pickup on August 29, from 12 - 6 p.m. in Olbrich's parking lot.

Tue, Aug 20, 2024 9:00 am

Gentle Garden Yoga (4-week series)

Feel the earth as you rest in savasana surrounded by the nourishment and beauty of nature. In this series your instructor will kindly guide you through gentle, opening postures using the breath and a focused mind. This practice is accessible to all-levels and modifications will be provided. Class will be inside if the weather is poor. Bring your own mat and water bottle.

Instructor: Megan Reed, Ivy Energy

Tue, Aug 20, 2024 10:15 am

Little Sprouts

Little Sprouts programs are nature and literature-based early childhood programs designed to meet the multidimensional learning and developmental needs of children ages 2-5 years. Each class is designed for children to work side-by-side with their adult caregiver as they engage in hands-on, fun, age-appropriate experiences that support the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards. Ages 2-5 with an adult; adult attends free.

Instructor: Sarah Ellis, Olbrich Botanical Gardens

Tue, Aug 20, 2024 5:00 pm

Discovering Olbrich's Insects

Horticulturists Sam and Katey have been tracking the insects they see in the garden for over three years. Come stroll through the garden and learn from their observations about which plants are insect-favorites, how they have changed their plantings to attract more insects, which bugs they see most often, and why it is so important to encourage insects in your garden. With any luck, we will spot some of our favorite insects along the way!

Instructor: Katey Pratt and Sam Malone, Olbrich Botanical Gardens