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Garden 2013-14 Events

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Mark Your Calender For These Garden Events in 2014

January 14: Speaker Series: The Sky is Not Falling, But the Sea is Rising: Can Nature Help Coastal Communities Cope? Chris Bergh, The Nature Conservancy

January 22: The Annual Membership Meeting in the Garden courtyard
Mark your calendar and save the date for the Key West Botanical Garden Society's annual membership meeting Food, Fun, Libations, and More.

February 11: Speaker Series: The Sport of Bird Watching, Mark Whiteside, M.D., Local Birder, photos by Beryn Harty

February 15–16: GardenFest Key West and Beer Garden
Save the date for the Garden's annual plant sale.

March 7: Food Among the Flowers - Details

*March 11: Speaker Series: Down the Garden Path: Envisioning a Prehistoric Medical System, Michelle Williams, Ph.D., Florida Public Archeology Network

March 12-19: Cuba Trip-Havana/Pinar/Cienfuegos Trinidad

*March 15: Prehistoric Plant Pharmacy Tour of the Botanical Garden, Constance N. Miller, Retired Herbalist

March 16: Speaker Series: Hands on Health:The Maya Way, Jennifer O’Hagan, Herbalist

March 18: Speaker Series: Maya Traditional Uses of Plants for Healing and Ceremony, Jennifer O’Hagan, Herbalist

March 22: Maya Plant Pharmacy Botanical Garden Tour, Constance N. Miller, Retired Herbalist

April 5: Migration Mania
The Great Egg Hunt and Wild Bird Show! This family-friendly educational event creates awareness and appreciation for the birds that visit our Garden.  Join us for educational activities, egg hunts, arts and crafts, games, live bird presentations, and much more. $5 admission, members free

April – July: 6th Annual Key West Art Garden
The cost of admission brings you the added wealth of beauty with 19 sculptures, made of recycled materials, some interactive, placed throughout the garden from local contemporary artists.

April 9-17: Cuba Trip-Santiago/Havana/Camaguay/Cienfuegos/Rain Forest/Havana

April 26: Speaker Series: Restoration, Mapping and Monitoring of the Rarest Plant Habitat in Florida: The KWBGS Conservation Program and the Keys Cactus Barrens, Stephen Hodges, Biologist, Fairchild Tropical Gardens

June: A Midsummer’s Night Dream & Spectacle
Mark your calendar and save the date for a celebration with live music, actors, poets reading, Food, Fun, Libations, and More.

June 21: Speaker Series: Landscaping with Natives: Why, What, Where and How,Susie Reutling, KWBGS Nursery Coordinator

For more information, or for volunteer opportunities, please call 305-296-1504. Thank you for calling and have a ‘tree-mendous day in paradise.’

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