Programs for Kids

Garden Mice Adventures: Special Places & Magical Spaces

Children love discovering enchanted spaces and places to call their own! Call to arrange a special Garden tour and tailored field experience for your group with our Program Coordinator and Docents/Master Gardeners. Interactive tours will focus on using the power of looking, investigating plants and flowers up close, observing creatures they’ll find in the great outdoors, or creating art with nature. Pre-registration is required at least three weeks prior to the tour date. Please call the Mounts office for details.

$10 for children’s group tours

Meet at the Garden entrance on Military Trail

Stories in the Garden

Second Friday of the Month (January-April)
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at The Garden Pavilion
Stacey Burford, Youth Services Librarian

Celebrate the twelfth year of Stories in the Garden by bringing your young ones (ages 2-6) to these FREE nature-themed programs co-sponsored by the Palm Beach County Library System. They’ll love the interactive stories, songs and learning activities in the Garden. Scheduled learning activities:

Programs are held rain or shine in our sheltered Pavilion. No reservations required, except for parties of six or more. A craft activity to culminate each day will be reserved for the first 30 registrants.

 

4-H

Palm Beach County 4-H is a partnership between University of Florida/IFAS Extension Service and Palm Beach County Government. Together, in collaboration with a diverse team of local, state and federal partners they create intentional, long-term, positive youth development opportunities.

For more information on the 4-H program, please visit Palm Beach County 4-H.

 

 

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  • Suggested Donation: $5
  • Members: Free
  • Events and Exhibits may have special pricing

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