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Free

Virtual

Mar
2
Wed
TILL Talk: Gardens of Wisconsin @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member and General Public
Mar 2 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

fall plants and blue sky

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Mark Konlock, Garden Director of Horticulture

Mark Konlock, Director of Horticulture at Green Bay Botanical Garden, highlights more than a dozen gardens around Wisconsin and encourages you to visit them to get ideas for your own gardens and landscaping.

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.

Mar
7
Mon
Retro Gardens @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: $13/Garden Member; $16/General Public
Mar 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

old watering cans on bench

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Rob Zimmer, Rob Zimmer Outdoors

This class will be a memorable and enjoyable look at some of the hottest gardening trends that are all throwbacks to gardens of the past.

From vintage and repurposed garden art to heirloom plants and retro style growing methods, this class will cover it all and be a celebration of gardens of the past, and a fun way to grow forward. Some of the hottest plants, both indoors and out, right now, are those that were popular back in the 60s and 70s. We’ll cover them all.

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

CONTACT US

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.

Mar
16
Wed
TILL Talk: Adventures in Asia: Formosa and Hong Kong @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member and General Public
Mar 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Taipei Botanical Garden

Taipei Botanical Garden PC: Taipei Travel Geek

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Dale Bartel, Garden Volunteer

Take a step back in time and accompany long-time Garden volunteer and military veteran, Dale Bartel, as he leads you through a time-capsule presentation of his travels through Formosa (Taiwan) and Hong Kong during his deployment.

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.

Mar
25
Fri
Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free Event Admission. Regular admission into the Garden.
Mar 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

flower embroidery

This exhibit will feature displays of fiber arts and embroidery work, presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or info@gbbg.org.

Mar
26
Sat
Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free Event Admission. Regular admission into the Garden.
Mar 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

flower embroidery

This exhibit will feature displays of fiber arts and embroidery work, presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or info@gbbg.org.

Mar
30
Wed
TILL Talk: The Peshtigo Fire @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member and General Public
Mar 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
peshtigo fire map

PC: National Weather Service

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Arlene Molzahn, Retired Teacher and Published Author

Take a closer look at the all-too-real details of what happened in our own backyards in 1871, and find out why many experts consider the Peshtigo Fire to be America’s most devastating wildfire to date.

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.

Apr
6
Wed
TILL Talk: Improve Your Insect and Plant Photography @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member and General Public
Apr 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
bright blue and black Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly on pink flower

Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly PC: John Oates Photography

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

David Hakamaki, Cutting Edge Photography

Do you want to take better photos of plants and insects? You don’t need elaborate camera equipment to do so. A basic camera or smartphone can take amazing photos that will WOW your friends. David Hakamaki’s TILL Talk will show you ways to improve your composition, lighting, and technique to make any photo better.

This TILL Talk will be entry to mid-level oriented, so you can understand how a pro photographer approaches a scene, determines what to focus attention on, what lighting to add, and how to make any scene the best it can be. There will be plenty of time for discussion, so bring your inspiration, your love of plants and insects, and a lot of questions!

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.

Apr
20
Wed
TILL Talk: Food Sovereignty in the Oneida Nation @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member and General Public
Apr 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Tsyunhehkw^ farm

Face coverings are strongly recommended for all guests in Garden buildings.

Kyle Wiskneski, Tsyunhehkw^ Agriculture Manager
Crystal Danforth, Tsyunhehkw^ Community Outreach Coordinator

Spend some time with us learning about Food Sovereignty in the Oneida Nation, and how the Tsyunhehkw^ agricultural community promotes a comprehensive approach to health and well-being.

Register: In Person Register: Virtual

 

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being canceled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!

After You Register

We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.

Cancelations & Refunds

Classes canceled due to COVID-19, low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is canceled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 Ext. 107 or crefsguard@gbbg.org.