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Events: Family And Kids

Mon, 3/30 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/1 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Fri, 4/3 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Mon, 4/6 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/8 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Fri, 4/10 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Sun, 4/12 1:30pm

Cost: Included with paid Garden admission

Are bees scary? Or are they an important pollinator in your garden? Bees make food that we like to eat! That is right, they make honey! How many kinds of bees are there and what do they all do? Come and learn about bees and how they make our world a beautiful place! We will also be doing a book reading and planting a ‘bee-friendly’ plant. Kids Club limited to first 20 children who sign up on the day of class. 


 

Sat, 5/9 9:00am

Included with paid Garden admission

In being more than just another pretty place, South Coast Botanic Garden is a dynamic space with many hidden trails and a playful curiosity that may just stir something inside of both children and adults. Traditionally National Public Gardens Day raises awareness of America’s public gardens and the various roles they play in communities nationwide. We are excited to open our gates for a day spent exploring the vast 87 acres of the Garden, but more importantly, diving into the layers of memories and nostalgia that make the Garden, “Your Garden”. We have partnered with our friends at Palos Verdes Library District in presenting their Pop-up Library to our youngest members. Our most unique and stunning plant collections will showcase small-group tours with insider knowledge on the intriguing stories of how they came to be and the Garden’s locally-world-famous instructors will be conducting hands-on demonstrations to teach you their tricks of their trade. In a great day to introduce friends and family to your special place, we truly thank you for your support.

Schedule of Tours and Demonstrations will be posted here soon!


 

Sun, 5/10 5:00pm

$9 per person at the door, Children 12 and under are free

Bring Mom to the Garden to hear the band as they perform this very popular Mother’s Day Concert. This 60-person symphonic band is under the direction of David Stanton and consists of local musicians who wish to bring you the best of concert band music. Their repertoire includes original concert band music, jazz, show tunes, marches and folk favorites from America and around the world.


 

Sat, 5/23 5:30pm

Doors Open 5:30pm

Performance 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Frances Young Hall

$20 per person at the door

$18 per person presale

Contact Randy Chang at (310) 628-1547 to purchase tickets

E komo mai, come and hear our island stories through music and dance. Relax on the beach, enjoying your tropical drink, watching our beautiful sunsets and feeling our warm breezes of Aloha.


 

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