BigNews.Biz - May 06,2012 - Green Bay Botanical Garden Class & Event Schedule
For more information on events and classes at Green Bay Botanical Garden,
visit our website at www.gbbg.org or call us at (920) 490-9457.
Early Season Plant Diseases & Insects – Thursday, May 10; 6–7:30 pm
Instructor: Lee Hansen – Retired NWTC Horticulture Instructor
Learn what you can do to prevent and control current diabolical insects and diseases you don’t want lurking in your yard, garden or landscape. Watch for mid and late season classes, too. Also learn about our new addition of the Plant Health Clinic at the Garden where you can get further individual help from Master Gardeners throughout the season to help with insect and disease questions. GBBG Members: $7; Non-Members: $14; Pre-registration required – Limit 30
National Public Gardens Day – Friday, May 11; 9 am–5 pm
Admission is FREE for all guests. Visit www.gbbg.org for more details.
Mother’s Day Open House – Sunday, May 13; 9 am–5 pm
Open House – Admission is FREE for all moms.
Mother’s Day Brunch – Sunday, May 13; Choose from two seating times: 10–11:30 am or 12–1:30 pm
Create a new Mother's Day tradition at the Garden! Enjoy a buffet style brunch with made-to-order omelets, chef carved ham and turkey, sweet treats and more in one of the most beautiful settings Green Bay has to offer. Best of all, each guest in your party receives free admission to enjoy the Garden's breathtaking spring blooms!
Price: (Includes meal, Garden admission, tax and gratuity)
Adults (10 & up): GBBG Members: $24; Non-Members: $29
Children (3–9): GBBG Members: $12; Non-Members: $14
Children (2 & under): Free
Kids can create a unique gift for mom at the Garden too! For just $5, plant a basket filled with beautifully colorful pansies. If you'd like to participate in the special planting activity, please let us know when making your reservation. Visit www.gbbg.org for more details.
Yoga at the Garden – Session 1: Wednesdays, May 16–June 27; 7-7:45 am
Instructor: Ann Johnson – Fitness on the Run
Enjoy the benefits of yoga in a peaceful garden setting. This class is soothing for both mind and body. Classes are held
outdoors when weather permits. Wear comfortable clothing, bring a water bottle and yoga mat or towel to work on. Meet
in the Education Center. Minimum of 10 required to run this class. GBBG Members: $48/session; Non-Members: $57/session; Pre-registration required – Limit 20
Enjoy tastes of delicacies from area caterers and restaurants served throughout GBBG’s budding spring Garden and have the opportunity to bid on a variety of plants as well as other prizes during our silent auction. Visit www.gbbg.org for more details. GBBG Members: $35; Non-Members: $50
Family Gardening: Peas in a Pod Planting Orientations (choose one): Saturday, May 19; 9–10:30 am OR Saturday, May 19; 10:30–Noon OR Tuesday, May 22; 4:30–6 pm
Grow so much more than plants as your family learns to