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Garden Birthday Parties

All year round we offer themed birthday parties.  Each 2-hour party provides a one hour program and one hour for birthday festivities for up to 25 children.  For more information call 715-261-6309 or email us at [email protected].

Where?: Parties can be all outdoors, or can be indoors in our heated yurt during colder seasons! 

Pricing: $100 for up to 15 children, $8 per child over 15 

The Colors of Nature

Ages: 8-12
Seasons: Spring, Summer & Fall

Search for and collect colors in nature & see if you can create the rainbow! 

Botanical Art

Ages: 5-12
Available in all seasons. 

Get crafty and creative using natural materials! Watercolor, tie-dye, flower pounding, and more are possible. The specific craft or art project you'd like can be discussed when booking your party! 

Garden Trackers

Ages: 5-12
Available in all seasons. 

What was that critter? Where was it going? Look for tracks made by wild animals in the gardens, and make a plaster cast of a track to take home.

Forest Forts

Ages: 3-12
Available in all seasons. 

Animals build their own homes in nature, and so can we. Build your own fort using natural items in the forest, and make a flag to mark your home, then we’ll tour our fort neighborhood.

Snow Shelters

Ages: 5-12
Seasons: Winter 

Use the snow to build a cozy place to stay warm. Use snow-brick makers, or we can build free-form! 

Bug Olympics

Ages: 3-12
Seasons: Spring & Summer

See if you’re as strong as an ant, can fly like a bee, crawl as fast as a centipede, or dig like a worm. Though tiny, bugs are mighty, and at your party we can see how we measure up to the talents of the bugs you might see at the gardens.

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Jun 24
What fun we had.

What fun we had.

On Saturday June 1st; I had the pleasure of helping Elise, the educational supervisor here at Monk Botanical Gardens, facilitate a birthday party celebration for Lincoln. I honestly had a great time! I initially did not quite know what to expect, since I have not really done much programming with (more)
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