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  3. Middleton Place

    SC: Black History at Middleton - begins today

    Come to Middleton Place throughout February for special programming dedicated to Black History Month. Homeschool students and parents will recieve a special discounted rate of admission to Middleton Place when registered with the Education Department. Please contact Greg or Becca at education@middletonplace.org to register or if you have any further questions. We hope to see some of you out here! SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING Indigo Program | Saturday, February 2 & 16 at 10:30am & 2:30pm | Explore the history of Indigo in SC and the role played by enslaved Africans & African Americans. (Hands-on activity) Rice Program | Saturday, February 9 & 23 at 10:30am & 2:30pm | Explore the history of Rice in SC and the role played by enslaved Africans & African Americans. (Hands-on activity) First Person Experience Program | Every Sunday in February at 1:30pm. | Program consists of a theatrical presentation on the life of an enslaved person. Colonoware Pit-Firing Program | Friday, February 15 at 10:30am & 2:30pm | Program explores slave made and used pottery. (Hands-on activity)
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  5. Lander University

    Lander University Homeschool Day

    Lander University would like to invite you and your homeschool association to a Homeschool Day on Friday, February 1, 2019. This event is designed for high school students who are beginning or finishing the college search process. We would like to introduce you to the opportunities that Lander has to offer. Come and meet faculty, staff, and students, tour campus and residence halls, and enjoy lunch in the dining hall. We hope you will join us to experience Lander University. Register online at https://www.lander.edu/admissions/campus-visit. Please forward to any and all students you think may be interested in this event. I look forward to seeing you on campus, Jennifer Mathis Jennifer M. Mathis, MHRD Executive Director, Office of Admissions Lander University phone: 864.388.8178 fax: 864.388.8125 www.lander.edu VISIT Bearcat Country
  6. historiccolumbia

    Homeschool Friday: Emancipation in Columbia

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    On February 1, 1865, Abraham Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment before it was sent to the states for ratification. This is the only amendment to ever be signed by the president. Join us to find out why it was signed and the lasting effects of the amendment, which officially ended slavery across the United States. Homeschool students are invited to participate in Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs on the first Friday of each month. Each month’s program is from 10 - 11:30 a.m. and includes hands-on activities while students learn and explore different themes and historic sites with Historic Columbia. Homeschool Friday programs are designed for students of elementary and middle school age levels. This program is open to families and homeschool groups of less than 10 students. For larger groups, we recommend arranging a separate visit to explore that month's topic. Each program begins at the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, located at 1616 Blanding Street, unless otherwise noted.
  7. Chautauqua History Alive

    Rosa Parks, History Comes Alive Free Show

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    An interactive free show Performed by Becky Stone from Fairview NC featuring audience Q/A/ Sometimes when the status quo needs to be shaken up, it is necessary to take a stand. Other times, one must courageously take a seat. Rosa Parks is best known for being arrested for sitting in the wrong bus seat. But Parks was not an apolitical, middle-aged lady whose fatigue kept her seated. Both shy and militant she led a rebellious life that was Revolutionary! When the history of this country is written, when a final accounting is done, it is this small, quiet woman whose name will be remembered long after the names of senators and presidents have been forgotten. – US Senator Barack Obama Nov 3, 2005 Rosa Parks Funeral This Performance will take place during Rosa Park’s Birthday week. (Rosa Parks was born February 4, 1913) Free show and parking 864-244-1499 HistoryComesAlive.org
  8. Chautauqua History Alive

    Napoleon, History Comes Alive Show Free

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    Mark Schneider from Colonial Williamsburg portrays Napoleon in this free Chautauqua History Comes Alive interactive show. Of Napoleon, Historical Interpreter Schneider state, "I jokingly say I've been preparing for this role my whole life. My mother is French and my father is American. When I was 2 I received some toy soldiers - Napoleon and his imperial guardsmen. And as my mother says, "the rest is history.''" Fluent in both French and English and an expert horseman, you can ask this Napoleon your questions in French or anything about military, horses, government or art. He has performedNapoleon in film and documentaries and internationally at conferences and anniversary celebrations. This Sun Feb 3 show will be sign-interpreted 842-244-1499 website: HistoryComesAlive.org MediaRELEASE Chautauqua Napoleon Feb 1-3 2019.pdf
  9. Chautauqua History Alive

    Napoleon, History Comes Alive Show Free

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    Mark Schneider from Colonial Williamsburg portrays Napoleon in this free Chautauqua History Comes Alive interactive show. Of Napoleon, Historical Interpreter Schneider state, "I jokingly say I've been preparing for this role my whole life. My mother is French and my father is American. When I was 2 I received some toy soldiers - Napoleon and his imperial guardsmen. And as my mother says, "the rest is history.''" Fluent in both French and English and an expert horseman, you can ask this Napoleon your questions in French or anything about military, horses, government or art. He has performedNapoleon in film and documentaries and internationally at conferences and anniversary celebrations. 842-244-1499 website: HistoryComesAlive.org MediaRELEASE Chautauqua Napoleon Feb 1-3 2019.pdf
  10. Chautauqua History Alive

    A Revolution of her Own! Deborah Sampson - free show

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    Watch History Come Alive as the first female American professional soldier (Deborah Sampson) is portrayed by Judith Kalaora from History at Play, Bostpn MS. This performance is interactive with audience Q/A. As Daniel Morgan trounced Bloody Banastre Tarleon at the Battle of Cowpens, a young self-educate schoolmarm in Massachusetts felt a hight calling - to serve in "A Revolution of her Own!" Wearing an old soldier's uniform, she bound her chest, tied back her hair, and enlisted in the Continental Army, under the alias "Robert Shurtlieff." It's Revolutionary! Free Headquarters Library, 151 S Church St, Spartanburg, SC 864-244-1499 website: HistoryComesAlive.org SPG Winter Chautauqua Media Release.pdf
  11. CC2301

    Anderson/Clemson

    Hey! I have an 8 yo and a 9 yo currently homeschooling. Maybe we could meet up sometime?
  12. Your membership application must be processed and approved before you make your payment. Membership will be valid from June 1, 2019 to May 31, 2020.

    The total reflects your January new member discount of $20.

    From $55.00

  13. NASCAR HALL OF FAME

    NC: NASCAR HALL OF FAME HOME SCHOOL DAY

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    Take a crash course in engineering at the NASCAR Hall of Fame! In conjunction with Engineering Month, home school students are invited to explore the challenges engineers face every day. Each grade level (K-2, 3-5, middle and high school) will be divided into pathways to follow through the day (including a special virtual visit from a NASCAR Engineer). Student admission is $15 and includes admission and access to all workshop classes by grade level. Middle and High School students' learning challenges include two computer-simulated race experiences. Admission for adults and children 2 and under is complimentary. Payment is due on-site. Space is limited! For more information or to RSVP please contact: groupreservations@nascarhall.com. NHOF_homeschoolsession 02.05.2019.pdf
  14. Creekside Tennis &Swim

    SC: Tennis Program

    Creekside Tennis & Swim in Mt. Pleasant, SC offers special tennis programs for online students. Our tennis program will keep your child active and also provide a social component of meeting other homeschoolers in the area. Weekly Programs: Tuesdays 11am-12noon Wednesdays 11am-12noon Monthly Sessions: January 15- February 5 February 12- March 5 March 12- April 2 Monthly Session Cost: One day a week: $75 (4 tennis programs) Two days a week: $135 (8 tennis programs) Deadline to Register for January 15 session is Friday, January 12th To Register: Please go to our website- www.joannlee.tennis or Call Creekside Tennis (843)388-5988 Participants can join a Junior Team Tennis League on Sundays!
  15. DSBG

    Girl Scout Day at DSBG

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    Please join us March 30th for Girl Scout Day at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! Scouts will have the opportunity to complete all the requirements for each of the badges listed below. Badges will be handed out at the end of the program. We hope to see you there! Objective: Girl Scouts will complete the requirements for the following badges: · Daisy: Clover Petal, Rose Petal · Brownie: Naturalist-Bugs Badge, Senses, Legacy Artist Badge (NEW) · Junior: Naturalist-Flowers Badge, Gardener Badge, Investigate Award Logistics: · Event will take place on a Saturday, March 30th . · Participants must register on-line. Registration will end 1 week before the scheduled event. · Check-in will begin at 9:00 the day of the event. · Each participant is responsible for bringing their own lunch. · Scouts will receive their badge upon completion of the program. · Each program will be assigned a spot in the Garden. · A maximum of 20 participants per program will be allowed. Schedule: · 9:00-9:30 Check-In · 9:30-11:00 Daisy Clover Petal · 9:30-12:30 Brownie Senses · 9:30-12:30 Brownie Naturalist · 9:30-12:30 Brownie Legacy Artist · 9:30-12:30 Junior Naturalist Flower · 9:30-12:30 Junior Gardener · 11:15-12:45 Daisy Rose Petal · 12:45-1:15 Lunch · 1:15-2:45 Brownie Naturalist Continues · 1:15-2:45 Brownie Legacy Artist Continues · 1:15-2:45 Junior Naturalist Flower Continues · 1:15-2:45 Junior Gardener Continues Daisy Clover Petal (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 90 minutes Cost: $15.00/scout 1. Instructor will read/discuss “Clover’s Story”. Scouts will discuss questions in the program guide. 2. Scouts will create a “Flower Collage” using old magazines. A discussion will take place about repurposing. 3. Scouts will take a guided tour of the Growing Center and learn how the Garden uses its resources to grow plants. Daisy Rose Petal (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 90 minutes Cost: $15.00/scout 1. Instructor will read/discuss “Rosie’s Story”. Scouts will discuss questions in the program guide. 2. Scouts will be given a part in the story to act out and perform the story. 3. Take a walk along Persimmon Trail and cleaning up the trail where necessary. Brownie Naturalist-Bugs (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 4.5 hours Cost: $45.00/scout 1. Scouts will complete our “Nature’s Transformers” program taught by an instructor. Scouts will create a poster of a butterfly, bee or ladybug labeling all the body parts. 2. Scouts will complete a “bug craft”. The craft will be determined at a later date. 3. Scouts will create a bug box and collect bugs for observation. 4. Scouts will create a papier-mache cocoon. 5. Scouts will go on a guided bug hike to see how many different bugs they can find. Magnifying glasses will be provided. Brownie Senses (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 3 hours Cost: $30.00/scout 1. Scouts will complete a scavenger hunt in the Garden using magnifying glasses. Scouts will discuss how a magnifying glass helps your sense of sight. 2. Scouts will be seated in a quiet place in the Garden and try to listen for 10 different sounds. Scouts will draw a picture of what they think is making the sound. 3. Scouts will be blindfolded and given three citrus fruits to sniff (lemon, lime, orange). Scouts will see if they can identify the fruit just by its scent. 4. Scouts will complete a taste test with sweet, bitter, and salty foods. Scouts will discuss which foods were their favorite and why, as well as if one of the foods had more than one flavor. 5. Scouts will search the Garden for items of different texture (examples: smooth, rough sticky, bumpy, hard, squishy, or hairy). Scouts will then glue these items to a poster board, and have a friend close their eyes and try to guess what the item is. Brownie Legacy Artist (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 4.5hours Cost: $50.00/scout 1. An artist will lead a discussion with the Scouts. Topics to be included are inspiration, mediums, and the creative process. The artist will show some of their paintings and the Scouts will explain what they like about them. 2. Scouts will paint an outdoor landscape with trees or flowers on a canvas. A spot in the Garden will be chosen based on the season. 3. Instructor will discuss abstract art and how art can express emotions. Scouts will paint what they think calm, happy, or angry would look like using colors that best depict the emotion they chose. 4. Scouts will collect items from the garden that could be used as paintbrushes. Scouts will experiment with these items using paint and paper to see what shapes they can create. 5. Scouts will paint a mural depicting the things they love the most about Girl Scouts. (Group Activity) Junior Naturalist-Flower Badge (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 4.5hours Cost: $50.00/scout 1. Scouts will choose a flower found in the Garden to research before attending the program. Scouts will go on a flower hunt around the Garden and identify their flower along with 5 other kinds of flowers using a magnifying glass to investigate. They will record/sketch their findings in their botanist notebook. 2. Scouts will find a flower that has a scent. They will observe and note what visits the flower. 3. Scouts will learn about 3 different medicinal flowers. 4. Scouts will create their own flowers out of various craft materials. Completed flowers will be placed in a bouquet. 5. Scouts will send a flower message by creating a corsage or bouquet using either real or fake flowers. Junior Gardener Badge (Using The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting) Time: 4.5hours Cost: $60.00/scout 1. Scouts will take a 1 hour tour of the Garden. 2. During the tour, Scouts will visit different areas that exemplify different garden styles (example: Orchid Conservatory, the White Garden, Lost Hollow). After the tour, the scouts will sketch out their ideal garden. 3. Scouts will participate in a discussion regarding the hardiness zone they live it. They will be introduced to 6 plants that are ideal for their zone. 4. Using egg cartons, scouts will plant seeds in preparation for their experiment. Scouts will observe their plants over a set time period and record their observations. 5. Scouts will create a soft sided terrarium.
  16. historiccolumbia

    Homeschool Friday: Space Exploration and South Carolina

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    January 4 was the day Sputnik 1 fell back to Earth in 1958 and the Spirit rover landed on Mars in 2004. Come learn about the ways in which South Carolinians have played a role in space exploration over the years and make your very own rocket. Homeschool students are invited to participate in Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs on the first Friday of each month. Each month’s program is from 10 - 11:30 a.m. and includes hands-on activities while students learn and explore different themes and historic sites with Historic Columbia. Homeschool Friday programs are designed for students of elementary and middle school age levels. This program is open to families and homeschool groups of less than 10 students. For larger groups, we recommend arranging a separate visit to explore that month's topic. Each program begins at the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, located at 1616 Blanding Street, unless otherwise noted. Visit historiccolumbia.org for more information.
  17. DSBG

    NC, SC: Home School Day- DSBG

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    We are beginning to prepare for our Spring Home School Day at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! Due to an overwhelming response to our Fall event, we are now offering the programming over 2 days! Please find all the details below. The event is scheduled for March 27th & 28th from 9:00-12:30. Pre-registration online is required at https://www.dsbg.org/homeschool-days/. Objective: “Dig in to investigate the basics of herb and veggie gardening. Students will learn about different types of soil, plant choice, caring for and maintaining a home garden. Designed to capture curiosity and enhance the learning process.” There will be 6 stations set up throughout the Garden, each focusing on a different learning objective. 1. Garden Perfect Soil • How to prepare soil for a garden. • Students will prepare a container for seed planting at Station 3. 2. Creative Composting 3. The Zone Factor • What herbs/veggies grow best in our zone? • Students will plant a seed in the container created at Station 1. 4. Beneficial Bugs • Each student will receive ladybugs for their home garden. 5. “Bee” Protective • Why bees are important to an ecosystem. • Why bees are endangered. • How we can protect bees. 6. The Life Story of Leaves Continued Cost for this event is $8/first student, $5/each additional student and $12/adult (must be from the same household). Please register online at https://www.dsbg.org/homeschool-days/. Please register early as spots fill up quickly! Students will be given a passport which they will have stamped upon completion of the activity at each of the 6 stations. Students can bring their completed passport to the registration desk to receive a free gift! Also, families may enter a drawing for a complimentary Family Membership to the Garden. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or need additional information! Thank you! Paula Keller Youth Programs Manager 6500 South New Hope Road | Belmont, NC 28012 Office: 704-829-1270
  18. Hello! We are first year homeschoolers in the Charleston area. Any other athletic / travel sport boys in the group? Thanks! Dawn
  19. historiccolumbia

    Breakfast with Santa

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    Join Historic Columbia for a holiday treat to remember! You’re invited to have breakfast with the jolly ole man himself! After breakfast, take a picture with Santa, make holiday crafts, explore the decorated halls of the Hampton-Preston Mansion and see a Victorian Christmas tree. Breakfast with Santa will be offered at 8, 9 and 10 a.m. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! Don’t forget to stop by the Gift Shop at Robert Mills to find the perfect gift! While Santa is hard at work gathering lists, the Gift Shop elves will also be hard at work providing great values on purchases. Enjoy shopping and activities throughout the day at the Gift Shop at Robert Mills! Tickets are $15/adult and $7/youth for members, and $20/adult and $20/youth for non-members. This event is free for kids 3 and under. Visit HistoricColumbia.org to learn more or register.
  20. historiccolumbia

    Candlelight Tours & Carriage Rides

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    Visit the decorated, candlelit halls of the Hampton-Preston Mansion and the Robert Mills House on a guided tour during Historic Columbia's annual Candlelight Tours & Carriage Rides on Friday, Dec. 14! Enjoy live music, entertainment, children’s activities and hot chocolate from Drip Coffee while celebrating the holidays with Historic Columbia. Before or after your house tour, take a carriage ride through the Robert Mills Historic District. Stop by the Gift Shop’s holiday open house throughout the evening for a last minute store-wide sale as well as refreshments, holiday tunes and giveaways. Candlelight Tours are $5 for adults members, free for youth members, $15 for adult non-members and $8 for youth non-members. Carriage rides are an additional $10 per person. There is limited space on the carriage rides and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance in addition to their Candlelight Tour ticket. Visit HistoricColumbia.org to learn more. Please note: Carriage Rides are an add-on option. Guests must purchase a Candlelight Tour ticket to purchase a Carriage Ride ticket.
  21. Sandlapper Singers

    Sandlapper Singers present "Christmas Through the Decades"

    Join the Sandlapper Singers as they turn back time and take you on a chronological Christmas musical journey. From traditional hymn tunes to recent Top 40 hits, this concert will dance through the decades to celebrate the holidays with hits from many different eras. No matter the decade of your childhood, this concert will bring nostalgia for all. The concert is December 14 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in downtown Columbia and December 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Virginia Wingard United Methodist Church. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and free for children 12 and under.
  22. Sandlapper Singers

    Sandlapper Singers present "Christmas Through the Decades"

    Join the Sandlapper Singers as they turn back time and take you on a chronological Christmas musical journey. From traditional hymn tunes to recent Top 40 hits, this concert will dance through the decades to celebrate the holidays with hits from many different eras. No matter the decade of your childhood, this concert will bring nostalgia for all. The concert is December 14 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in downtown Columbia and December 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Virginia Wingard United Methodist Church. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and free for children 12 and under.
  23. DSBG

    Holidays at the Garden - begins today

    HOLIDAYS AT THE GARDEN HOURS Daily November 23, 2018 – January 6*, 2019 5 – 9 p.m. Each Evening *Closed Christmas Day Member-Only Preview: Thursday, November 15, 2018, Rain or Shine! Click here to register! The Garden will remain open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for general daytime admission and will be closed 4 to 5 p.m. Click here for info on daytime admission fees. Holidays at the Garden is bigger and better than ever! You’ll discover new displays, more lights than ever before and fun for the whole family. Experience an all-new musically-orchestrated topiary display, wander through the the new illuminated prairie garden (coming this fall), explore the extended lights of fire and ice in the perennial gardens, view an expanded display of quaint buildings from Department 56’s Dickens’ Village Series® and more. Visitors will enjoy annual traditions including the towering orchid tree, live music (daily 6 to 8 p.m.), holiday shopping in The Garden Store, crackling fires to warm cold hands or roast a marshmallow, the Children’s Discovery Trail of activities, warm beverages, activities and more. Model train displays built by the Metrolina Model Railroaders can be found throughout the Garden. Santa Claus will be available for professional photos with families on Monday, Nov. 26, Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. (additional fee, reservations required). Santa will also be available Tuesday through Thursday from Nov. 27 to Dec. 20 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. for personal photos (no fee). Mrs. Claus will visit the Garden Friday through Sunday evenings from Nov. 23 to Dec. 23 in addition to Christmas Eve from 6 to 8 p.m. Food service will be available every night in addition to beverages including coffee, hot chocolate, cider, beer, wine and other spirits. Sensory-Friendly Santa Visits at the Garden on Tuesdays The Garden has reserved the hour between 4 and 5 p.m. (when the Garden is closed to the public) on Tuesdays this Holiday season for children that need a little extra time and attention to visit Santa. During this time the Garden welcomes children with autism and other special needs along with their siblings to enjoy a visit with Santa in a compassionate environment that is supportive of their sensory, physical and developmental needs. Families can then choose to enjoy the Garden at dusk as a Mile of A Million Lights begins to illuminate or enjoy the Garden for an entire evening. Discounted weekday Holidays at the Garden tickets and a free reservation to visit Santa are required. Families are permitted to take their own photos. To make reservations click here or call (704) 829-1294. Those wishing to have photos taken by a professional photographer are encouraged to schedule an appointment on Mondays this Holiday season. HOLIDAYS AT THE GARDEN ADMISSION Save by purchasing tickets online in advance! No additional fees apply. Ticket prices increase at the door. Garden members receive 30% off tickets including up to four guests. Click here to become a member today! Pre-tax prices listed. Mon. – Thurs. Online in Advance Mon. – Thurs. At the Door Adult: $12.95 Adult: $14.95 Senior 60+: $11.95 Senior 60+: $13.95 Child 2-12: $7.95 Child 2-12: $8.95 Child Under 2: Free Child Under 2: Free Fri. – Sun. Online in Advance Fri. – Sun. At the Door Adult: $14.95 Adult: $16.95 Senior 60+: $13.95 Senior 60+: $15.95 Child 2-12: $8.95 Child 2-12: $10.95 Child Under 2: Free Child Under 2: Free Group Rates (15+ Guests): Groups receive $1 off Adult and Child tickets To book a group visit, please contact us at 704-829-1294.
  24. DSBG

    Sensory-Friendly Santa Visits - begins today

    Sensory-Friendly Santa Visits at the Garden on Tuesdays The Garden has reserved the hour between 4 and 5 p.m. (when the Garden is closed to the public) on Tuesdays this Holiday season for children that need a little extra time and attention to visit Santa. During this time the Garden welcomes children with autism and other special needs along with their siblings to enjoy a visit with Santa in a compassionate environment that is supportive of their sensory, physical and developmental needs. Families can then choose to enjoy the Garden at dusk as a Mile of A Million Lights begins to illuminate or enjoy the Garden for an entire evening. Discounted weekday Holidays at the Garden tickets and a free reservation to visit Santa are required. Families are permitted to take their own photos. To make reservations click here or call (704) 829-1294. Those wishing to have photos taken by a professional photographer are encouraged to schedule an appointment on Mondays this Holiday season. HOLIDAYS AT THE GARDEN ADMISSION Save by purchasing tickets online in advance! No additional fees apply. Ticket prices increase at the door. Garden members receive 30% off tickets including up to four guests. Click here to become a member today! Pre-tax prices listed. Mon. – Thurs. Online in Advance Mon. – Thurs. At the Door Adult: $12.95 Adult: $14.95 Senior 60+: $11.95 Senior 60+: $13.95 Child 2-12: $7.95 Child 2-12: $8.95 Child Under 2: Free Child Under 2: Free Fri. – Sun. Online in Advance Fri. – Sun. At the Door Adult: $14.95 Adult: $16.95 Senior 60+: $13.95 Senior 60+: $15.95 Child 2-12: $8.95 Child 2-12: $10.95 Child Under 2: Free Child Under 2: Free Group Rates (15+ Guests): Groups receive $1 off Adult and Child tickets To book a group visit, please contact us at 704-829-1294.
  25. DSBG

    Winter Break Family Workshops @ DSBG

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    Join us for our December Winter Break Family Workshops at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! We will be offering the following programs: · December 20th – Succulents – Upcycle a tin can into a succulent planter, and take home your very own succulent! · December 21st – Air Plants – Learn the benefits and how to care for air plants, and take home your very own air plant creation! · December 27th – Watercolor Snowflakes & Fireworks in a Jar – Combine art and science to create some beautiful winter decorations! · December 28th – Lego Container Planting – Build a garden container from Legos in which you will place seasonal plants to care for at home! All classes will take place from 10:00-11:30 on the designated date. Cost for each program is $20 for 1 child and 1 adult, and $12 for each additional participant. All materials are included in the class fee, and pre-registration is required. The number of participants per class is limited, so please be sure to register soon at https://www.dsbg.org/event/winter-break-family-workshops/. We look forward to seeing you at the Garden! Paula Keller
  26. DSBG

    Winter Break Family Workshops @ DSBG

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    Join us for our December Winter Break Family Workshops at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! We will be offering the following programs: · December 20th – Succulents – Upcycle a tin can into a succulent planter, and take home your very own succulent! · December 21st – Air Plants – Learn the benefits and how to care for air plants, and take home your very own air plant creation! · December 27th – Watercolor Snowflakes & Fireworks in a Jar – Combine art and science to create some beautiful winter decorations! · December 28th – Lego Container Planting – Build a garden container from Legos in which you will place seasonal plants to care for at home! All classes will take place from 10:00-11:30 on the designated date. Cost for each program is $20 for 1 child and 1 adult, and $12 for each additional participant. All materials are included in the class fee, and pre-registration is required. The number of participants per class is limited, so please be sure to register soon at https://www.dsbg.org/event/winter-break-family-workshops/. We look forward to seeing you at the Garden! Paula Keller
  27. DSBG

    Winter Break Family Workshops @ DSBG

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    Join us for our December Winter Break Family Workshops at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! We will be offering the following programs: · December 20th – Succulents – Upcycle a tin can into a succulent planter, and take home your very own succulent! · December 21st – Air Plants – Learn the benefits and how to care for air plants, and take home your very own air plant creation! · December 27th – Watercolor Snowflakes & Fireworks in a Jar – Combine art and science to create some beautiful winter decorations! · December 28th – Lego Container Planting – Build a garden container from Legos in which you will place seasonal plants to care for at home! All classes will take place from 10:00-11:30 on the designated date. Cost for each program is $20 for 1 child and 1 adult, and $12 for each additional participant. All materials are included in the class fee, and pre-registration is required. The number of participants per class is limited, so please be sure to register soon at https://www.dsbg.org/event/winter-break-family-workshops/. We look forward to seeing you at the Garden! Paula Keller
  28. DSBG

    Winter Break Family Workshops @ DSBG

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    Join us for our December Winter Break Family Workshops at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden! We will be offering the following programs: · December 20th – Succulents – Upcycle a tin can into a succulent planter, and take home your very own succulent! · December 21st – Air Plants – Learn the benefits and how to care for air plants, and take home your very own air plant creation! · December 27th – Watercolor Snowflakes & Fireworks in a Jar – Combine art and science to create some beautiful winter decorations! · December 28th – Lego Container Planting – Build a garden container from Legos in which you will place seasonal plants to care for at home! All classes will take place from 10:00-11:30 on the designated date. Cost for each program is $20 for 1 child and 1 adult, and $12 for each additional participant. All materials are included in the class fee, and pre-registration is required. The number of participants per class is limited, so please be sure to register soon at https://www.dsbg.org/event/winter-break-family-workshops/. We look forward to seeing you at the Garden! Paula Keller
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