Free to Public
Rain or shine
Beginning in November, Pan’s Garden will come alive with activities that engage the public in understanding the critical importance of creating native habitats for butterflies, bees, and birds in the places where we live and work.
Celebration of Pan’s 25th anniversary will kick off with a day of festivities.
10:00am: Garden Re-dedication
10:15am: Yoga with Sara Beth Force
11:00am: Director of Horticulture Susan Lerner will discuss the participation of Pan’s Garden in the Pine Jog Native Orchid Program with Program Coordinator Carmen Rodriguez. The goal of the Pine Jog Native Orchid Program is to grow and reintroduce endangered and critically endangered native orchids into appropriate native habitats.
4:00pm: Director of Horticulture Susan Lerner will explore the creation of Pan’s Garden and its impact on the community with Foundation Trustees Jorge Sanchez and Beth Dowdle.
To help us celebrate this important anniversary we are partnering with the following groups and individuals to provide activities throughout the day that will appeal to the whole family:
Garden Critters Origami with Akiko Soejima
Birding & Binoculars for Kids with Audubon Everglades
Butterfly Plant Tours with the Atala Chapter of North American Butterfly Association
Native Plant Scavenger Hunt (with Prizes!) with the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
Butterfly Rings for Kids with the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Taste & Learn: Native Sumac Infusion with Laura Olson, Native Plant Herbologist
Free Gifts: Bird & Butterfly Habitat, Native Plants, and Native Wildflower Seeds
We invite you to join us in celebration of this meaningful milestone!