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  • Term Dates: Jan. 28- Mar. 8
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     The week of Apr. 22
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     Apr. 22-May 6, 4pm
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     May 10-17, 4 pm
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50003 Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden History Tour - LATE START DATE  

Learn about the 112-year-old garden’s creation and growth, as we walk the paths from a then-and-now perspective. Discover the story behind the incredible Eloise Butler, and the subsequent four garden curators’ contributions to the garden’s maintenance. You will be inspired by the foresight of the early days and our current vision for the garden’s future. Meet at the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden parking lot ($1/hour, $4 for the day). Parking fees are the responsibility of the attendees. Fee covers the cost of a private program offered with a naturalist. The wildflower garden is not ADA accessible. The terrain of the garden includes stairs, small hills, and unpaved trails.

 

Schedule: 1 session, Friday, May 31, 1:30-3:00 pm, Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary, Minneapolis
Course Leader(s): Garden Naturalist
Use following link for map of location: Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary
Seats Left: 10    Course Fee: $10.00
 

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