Celebrate spring with the re-opening of the Doris I. Schnuck Children's Garden at the Missouri Botanical Garden! This Saturday, April 3, kids can participate in a variety of activities at the Children's Garden. Activities start at 9am and go all day, but be sure to get in before noon if you want free admission (St Louis City and County residents).
Here's a brief schedule of events:
9am-noon: Make a corn husk doll at the Osage Camp.
9am-3pm: Get some cheek art from our popular volunteer face painters.
9am-4pm: Make your own Children’s Garden to remind you of your special day. Create seed packets to start your own garden from the ground up.
10am-noon & 1pm-3pm: Look for Finn strolling the Garden.
10am-2pm: Back by popular demand, watch as chainsaw artist, Joe Bathon, creates wood works right before your eyes. Discover the Power of Pollination in the Children’s Garden’s very own pollination garden. Become a tree detective and uncover what’s so neat about trees.
10am-3pm: Visit the Nature Explore Classroom and pot a plant to take home.
11am-noon: Hear about the life of Sacagawea, a courageous Shoshone woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on the Corps of Discovery. Listen as storyteller Dianne Moran recounts the fascinating story of her amazing life and adventures.
Noon-3pm: Listen and dance to live folk music performed by the Ryan Spearman Trio.
For more information visit the Children's Garden website or call 314-577-5100.