GardenNews.biz - Feb 08,2017 - TOWER HILL BOTANIC GARDEN - WEEKEND FIVE - MARCH 4, 10am–5pm and MARCH 5, 10am–4pm
188th Annual Camellia Show
Don’t miss the Massachusetts Camellia Society’s 188th Annual Show of amazing blooms. View the diversity of camellia varieties blooms and camellia plants on display.
Saturday, March 4, 10–11:30am: Micro Macro – using microscopes students will study small objects and create large scale paintings. Ages 10+. Member: $20, Nonmember: $30 includes cost of admission for child, fee includes all materials and is per child. Pre-registration required.
Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5, 11am–3pm: Hands-On activities. Free with admission.
Saturday, March 4, 2–3pm: Camellias Past & Present – A basic introduction to camellia care and history. Free with admission.
Sundays, March 5 & 12, 10am-4pm: Camellias in Color: Choose Your Medium! Member $130, Non-member $145. Pre-registration required.
Sunday, March 5, 1–2:30pm: Explore the World in a Cup of Tea – Tea Tasting and More. Member $20, Non-member $35. Pre-registration required.
Sunday, March 5, 1–2pm: Family Winter Tree ID Walk. 15/family, Nonmember: $25/family plus cost of admission, pre-registration required.
TOWER HILL ANNOUNCES NEW CEO
Announcing our New CEO, Grace Elton
Tower Hill Botanic Garden is pleased to announce that Grace Elton will become CEO of Tower Hill Botanic Garden in April 2017. She is currently Director of Horticulture at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, VA, where she has established herself as a forward-thinking leader of one of the nation's premier gardens and a rising star in the national horticulture community.