Family & Children Programs

Tots in the Gardens

Every Tuesday June-August 10-11am
2nd and 4th Tuesdays 10-11am Jan-May and Sept-Dec

Members: $2 per person

Non Members: $4 per person 

Cash only. 

(fee for children only, accompanying adults are free)

Adventure in nature and gardening, using pizza as our guide. In each session pizza will lead us on our journey of planting and growing a pizza garden. For 3-5 year olds.

We will meet at the Kitchen Potager. 
We'll be there rain or shine so be sure to dress for the weather and playing outside. 

To help us ensure that we have enough supplies for all of the tots, please RSVP using the link below.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b094ca5a72eabfd0-tots

Read our Tots in the Gardens review from Wausau Mama Here

Pizza for the Family: From Plant to Plate

July 28th @ 2pm

Tickets: $20 per family of 5 or less or

                   $5 per additional family member

Make pizza as a family from ingredients in the kitchen garden. Make the sauce, choose the toppings, and bake your pizza in the brick oven.

Garden Exploration Open House

June & July-Sundays, 1-4pm

Members: FREE 

Non Members: $2 per person 

Cash only.

(fee for children only, accompanying adults are free) 

Use the Gardens’ supplies to create your own nature adventure in the Gardens. Borrow books, magnifying glasses, nets, and other supplies to explore what interests you and your family. 

Weekend Wonders Family Program

On the second Sunday of every month (except June & July), 2:00 - 3:30 PM

Members: FREE 

Non Members: $2 per person 

Cash only.

(fee for children only, accompanying adults are free) 

Play, learn, and explore as a family in the Gardens. Each month we will explore a new topic including gardening, wildlife, bugs, birds, native plants, and more. 

We will meet at the Kitchen Potager within the Gardens. 
We'll be there rain or shine so be sure to dress for the weather and playing outside. 

The Latest
Jul 20
Polar bears and Penguins and Sharks! Oh my!

Polar bears and Penguins and Sharks! Oh my!

Walking alongside an elementary schooler, I explained how we have many animals at the garden. I told him we have snakes, turtles, groundhogs, and other animals. Then, I got a little carried away and threw in some animals that we could not possibly ever see here. This bright young lad (more)
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