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Seedlings: Glorious Grasses

Explore the many different colors, textures and sizes of Colorado grasses!

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, September 26, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, September 27, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, September 28, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, September 29, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Jumping Gingerbread

Discover the tasty plant that makes gingerbread a treat.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, December 19, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, December 20, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, December 21, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, December 22, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Marvelous Marigolds

Discover the magic of these fragrant and festive fall flowers.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, October 31, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, November 1, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, November 2, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, November 3, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Owls!

Discover whooooooo flies around the Children’s Garden at night.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, November 28, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, November 29, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, November 30, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, December 1, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Plentiful Potatoes

Who knew potatoes could be so much fun? Join us as we discover the potato plant with our five senses.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, November 14, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, November 15, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, November 16, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, November 17, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Pumpkins, Gourds and More!

Join us as we meet the members of the pumpkin family.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, October 24, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, October 25, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, October 26, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, October 27, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

Seedlings: Tropical Fruit Salad

Discover the delicious treats that come to us from the rainforest as we journey deep into the jungle.

• Ages 3-6 years: Tuesday, December 12, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 3-6 years: Wednesday, December 13, 9:30 or 11 a.m.

• Ages 24-36 months: Thursday, December 14, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

• Ages 18-24 months: Friday, December 15, 9:30 or 10:45 a.m.

STEAM in the Gardens

Bring a little STEAM into your classroom curriculum using inquiry methods to teach a variety of subjects using the Gardens as a resource. Appropriate for elementary and middle school levels.

0.5 semester hours of graduate level relicensure credit from the Colorado School of Mines is available on the day of the class for an additional $40.

Steppe Ecosystems

Investigate how ecosystems in both Colorado and other steppe regions of the world are unique. Explore the Science Pyramid, biome gardens and steppe gardens. Bring an understanding of how humans, plants and animals interact into your classroom curriculum. Appropriate for upper elementary, middle school and high school grade levels.

0.5 semester hours of graduate level relicensure credit from the Colorado School of Mines is available on the day of the class for an additional $40.

Summertime Tea in the Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens and Denver Tea Room present a beautiful morning of tea tasting and education in the serene Woodland Mosaic Gardens in the brand new glass enclosed Solarium.

Margo Seymour, pastry chef, tea sommelier, and owner of The Denver Tea Room, will present a traditional British afternoon tea service with a nod to the various cultures that also enjoy the practice of taking tea. Guests will sample sandwiches from England, desserts from France and Scotland, and teas from Sri Lanka. Join us in the solarium, with fine china and linens, to learn about the difference between “high tea” and “low tea”, as well as the many ways tea is served around the world.

 

Menu:

Herb Cucumber Sandwich

Egg Salad Tea Sandwich

Lemon Madeleine

Lavender Short Bread Cookie

Cream Scone

Lemon Curd, Jam & Chantilly Cream

 

Tea Selections: High Forest Black Ceylon Tea & Mother’s Bouquet Herbal Tea

 

Instructor: Margo Seymour

Price: $42, $38 members, includes $10 for food and tea tastings

 

Sunrise Photography in the Gardens

Get into DBG before the sun and make beautiful images as the day breaks over our wonderful urban gardens!

This is a full shooting class so bring your camera and tripod and we'll capture the beauty of the Colorado morning! The cafe will not be open yet, so bring your own coffee or tea.

 

Instructor:Scott Dressel-Martin, DBG's official photographer

Price: $41, $36 members

Image: Courtesy of Clearly Ambigious (Flickr)

Sunrise Vinyasa Yoga at the Gardens

Looking for an amazing place to practice your yoga skills, how about the beautiful Denver Botanic Gardens?

Vinyasa yoga weaves beautiful movement with challenging postures, and cultivates a sense of peace and calm by the end of each yoga class. Practicing vinyasa yoga on a daily basis can improve posture, flexibility, and endurance. Beyond the physical benefits, yoga helps to bring a sense of clarity to challenging situations in life, reminds us to stay present and focused in an ever-changing environment, and can help us find happiness and contentment in our surroundings.

The postures practiced in this challenging class will promote alignment, flexibility, focus, endurance and help detoxify the body.

 

Instructor: Blake Burger

Skill level: All levels welcome

Price: $12, $10 members

Special Instructions: Please bring a mat, a towel and water. Walk-ins are welcome for members or non-members! Please bring cash if possible but credit cards are also accepted. Location will vary depending on temperature and time of year.

October - April (7:30-8:30am): Enter through the gate on the east side of York St and yoga will be in the Morrison Center.

May-September (8-9am): Enter through the Pinon Gate on the west side of York St. In the late summer and fall, class will meet in the ampitheatre. When it is chilly, we will meet in the Orangery (front of the greenhouse complex). There will be signs starting from the after-hours entrance on the north side of the main entry that will direct participants.

 

Photo: Perfecto Insecto (Flickr)

 

Tai Chi in the Gardens

Tai Chi is a Chinese gentle form of exercise that helps maintain strength, flexibility and balance in people of all ages. The simple and beautiful movements strengthen and revitalize the body, nourish the heart and focus the mind. This might be the perfect exercise for the rest of your life!

 

Price: $12, $10 members

Instructor: Dana Miller is the co-director of Grow Local Colorado and has been involved in urban farming, vegetable gardening and healthy food access for many years. She is thrilled to join her love for gardens and this beautiful ancient Chinese internal art.

 

Tibetan Singing Bowls Concert

The Denver Botanic Gardens will be hosting its annual Tibetan Singing Bowls Concert to help you relax and get away from all of the holiday stress. Tibetan singing bowls are musical instruments that have been used for thousands of years to promote healing. Bring your yoga mat, a blanket, and your cluttered mind for a relaxing night of sound healing.

 

Denver yoga instructor and sound healer Chris Anne Coviello and her husband Jason Coviello will be performing together in this warming winter concert. The concert will begin with Jason playing his Hang Drum, which is a very rare steel drum that some say sounds like a stringed instrument. Jason’s Hang Drum is tuned to notes that vibrationally correspond to the heart chakra. When you hear this drum, you will be taken on a heart-opening journey.

 

Jason and Chris Anne will then begin playing the Tibetan singing bowls, which are tuned to musical notes that correspond to the different chakras of the body – restoring your balance of energy. Since the body is made up of mostly water, the vibrational effect of the Tibetan singing bowls feels like a full body cellular massage.

 

So come, relax, close your eyes, and drift into a state of calm. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or blanket so that you may lie down. As your chakras re-align, breathe peace and enter the profound state of physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

 

Price: $15, $12 members

Special Instructions: No children under twelve years of age are permitted in this program. Talking, cell phones, and other distractions are not permitted.

Tour - DBG Water-wise Gardens

Join Dan Johnson, Curator and Associate Director of Horticulture, on a tour throughout the Gardens’ waterwise gardens and talks about specific plants and gardening techniques used to conserve water.

 

Price: $12, $10

Travel Photography

Do you love to be on the move? This class leaves the tripod behind and explores the world of active, fast paced photography for hikers, travelers, street shooters and anyone that likes to catch the world in a flash! We’ll learn techniques for shooting on the fly and we’ll talk about using visual storytelling to enhance your travel photography. This is a lecture and discussion class, not a shooting class. Please do bring your camera if you have specific question about settings and functions.

 

Instructor: Scott Dressel-Martin, Denver Botanic Gardens' official photographer

Skill level: All levels welcome

Price: $34, $29 members

Special Instructions: Lecture style class with review of images and discussion. Bring any camera you usually use.

Tropical Trails Tour

Denver may be blanketed with snow, but the plants in the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory enjoy a warm climate year-round. Enjoy the lush vegetation, vibrant flowers and warmth of the tropics as you stroll through the Gardens’ tropical collections. This is a one-hour tour led by experienced docents.

 

Price: $14, $9 student, $7 member

 

Special instructions: Tours are indoors. Please bring booking confirmation. Meet guide in the lobby of the Boettcher Memorial Center after entering through the Gardens main entrance.

 

Notes: Prices include admission to the Gardens. Tours with low registration are subject to cancellation.

 

 

Understanding Essential Oils

Essential oils have been around since the Ancient Egyptians, but in the last 20 years, they have become nearly a billion dollar industry. Learn why some plants produce essential oils and how the oils are sourced and produced. Scientifically, the compounds found in essential oils have importance in many areas. Discover some essential oil personal care uses.

 

Instructor: Judy Jehn, RMT

Price: $34, $29 members, includes $5 materials fee

Understanding Front Range Soils

Rocky Mountain Gardening Required Course Group I

Soil is the bottom line in starting your garden successfully, and the properties of Front Range soils present unique challenges. By learning some simple physical and chemical properties of soil, including parent material and its formation, you can gain a better understanding of how plants grow in it and what to consider in plant selection and landscape design.

 

Instructor: Jean Reeder

Price: $92, $85 members

Vinyasa, Violins and Vino

Yoga with a twist. Enjoy vinyasa yoga, live violin music and a picnic! Relax in nature as Blake Burger, certified instructor and Gardens’ horticulturist, leads an hour-long class in the Gardens. Conclude the evening with a bring your own picnic and music performance. BYOB wine and beer is permitted.

 

Instructor: Blake Burger

Price: $18 general public

Special Instructions: Please bring your own yoga mat, water, picnic and a beverage or adult beverage of your choosing. Please be sure to bring valid ID if consuming alcohol.

This is a rain or shine event, both the yoga class and picnic will be held under the clear tent and lights of the amphitheater. Class will begin promptly at 6:30pm, so please arrive early enough to get settled in.

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