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The Encore Series - John Fielder Photography Workshop (Chatfield Farms)

2016 Bonfils Stanton Series will feature an Encore Series full of favorite workshops and tours from years past. The series will highlight the most popular programs and offer them once again. Hurry! These programs sold out quickly the first time around and are likely to do so again.

 

$395 Public

 

This is your opportunity to learn about landscape photography directly from John Fielder. Find out how he creates award-winning images and gain a deeper understanding of the visual aspects of nature. The workshop includes a slide show lecture, discussion on the most important tools you need and four hours out in the fields of Chatfield Farms and/or Roxborough State Park with Fielder. Appropriate for all levels of photographers, beginner to advanced.

The Story of Tea

Do you know the story behind the tea you drank this morning?

In this class we will taste three teas and journey back to the tea fields and small tea farms where they were grown. Throughout the class, you’ll learn about the people, places and communities behind the teas you are sampling and learn how they craft quality ethical teas. You’ll learn about the human side of tea, hear about the growers and tea crafters, and learn about the issues faced in today’s tea industry.

 

Instructor: Margo Seymour, pastry chef, tea sommelier, and owner of The Denver Tea Room

Price: $32, $30 members

The Twelve Oils of Ancient Scripture

Extensive scientific studies over the centuries have found that essential oils have the ability to support the human body physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Learn the important role that essential oils played in the lives of Biblical people. We will explore the twelve most significant oils of ancient scripture.

Instructors: Judy Jehn

Price: $41, $36 members, includes $8 for materials

 

Tibetan Singing Bowls & Blossoms of Light

Want to go to the Tibetan Singing Bowls and Blossoms of light? You are in luck. This is a combination ticket to both events.

 

Tibetan Singing Bowls (6 p.m., Mitchell Hall) and

Blossoms of Light (open until 9 p.m.).

Please allow time for parking and waiting in line, and plan accordingly. Late arrivals to the Tibetan Bowls concert can be very disruptive to this quiet and peaceful program, so we appreciate your efforts to arrive early.

Please print and bring along your email confirmation and show it to the Gardens staff in order to gain admission to Blossoms of Light after the concert program.

 

This combination ticket is for use on December 13th, 14th or 15th only.

 

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.

Trail of Lights

Admission:

$11 Adult

$9 Adult Member, Senior (65+)

$8 Child (Ages 3-15)

$6 Child Member

Free for children 2 or younger

**Groups of 15 or more may purchase tickets at the door or by calling 720-865-3584.

Friday & Saturday Hayride Add On

$2 per person

You must present a ticket for admission to Trail of Lights. Once your online purchase is complete, you will be emailed a confirmation email that will include a multi-page PDF attachment, which will include your tickets. Please print your tickets! Members and guests without tickets will have to wait in the on-site ticket purchase line at the event to check in. Confirmations and receipts will not be accepted as proof of purchase.

Members receive two complimentary tickets to Blossoms of Light and Trail of Lights. Online ticket redemption required and cannot use postcard as ticket. Members, if you have any trouble redeeming your complimentary tickets, please call the Membership Department at 720-865-3525.

 

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

Special Instructions: Class runs 6 hours and will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a 1/2 hour lunch break, then end at 4pm; please bring a sack lunch.

Warming Winter Soups & Chowders

Savory soups are easy, inexpensive, rich in vitamins and easy to freeze. Learn how to delicious lemon soup with lamb, mint meatballs; creamy fish chowder with bacon and exotic Indian chicken stew with vegetables and lentils. Dinner, bread and a sweet is included, along with take-home recipes.

 

Instructor: Susan Evans

Price: $47, $42 members

Winter Gift Market Sneak Peak Admission

Shop early for the best selection of items from the vendors as you enjoy complimentary hot cocoa and cookies. The Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory will be open. The Shop at the Gardens gift shop will not be open during Thursday's Sneak Peek, but please visit on both Friday and Saturday.

 

Online Admission

FOR EXPEDITED ENTRY, PLEASE PRINT AND BRING YOUR TICKETS TO THE YORK ST. GARDENS.

*Tickets will arrive by email as an attachment.

-Tickets are valid any day during regular admission hours

-Tickets are not valid for specially ticketed events.

-Tickets are non-refundable.

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Winter Hours

September 26 - May 13, 2017

Every day: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Summer Hours

May 8- Sept. 25

Every day: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Ground close at 9 p.m.)

 

Denver Botanic Gardens occasionally closes early for special events. A list of early closure dates can be found by following this link www.botanicgardens.org/early-closings

 

Denver Botanic Gardens reserves the right to change terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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