Junior Garden Buds: Story Hike

Sat. Jul 14, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am EDT
All Ages
Price: Free
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Price: Free
All Ages
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Deep underground is an important part of plants that takes a little digging to find. Join a Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Naturalist Educator for a family hike to learn about plant roots and a reading of the book What Do Roots Do? by Kathleen V. Kudlinski.

Registration is required for this event. This story hike will be led in English, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish.

This hike is intended for families with children ages 4 - 10. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear with good tread are encouraged. Hike will meet at the Frick Environmental Center.

Do you have a child interested in gardening? Join us at the Frick Environmental Center as we kick off our new program Junior Garden Buds. Junior Garden Buds is a program based around our From Slavery to Freedom Garden. The garden coincides with Heinz History Center’s From Slavery to Freedom exhibit. Explore new things and get to know different parts of a garden and what they can be used for. Let’s get our brains and hands working together.

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Western Pennsylvania Hospital School-Nursing 4900 Friendship Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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