Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Tag Archives: Volunteer Opportunity

Haunted Trails and Family Fall Fest

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Friendship Botanic Gardens will host a spooktacular afternoon for families! Kids are invited to wear their Halloween costumes for a night of family-friendly scares set in the winding nature trails of Friendship Botanic Gardens.  Trick or Treat on our Haunted Trails Loop, Face Painting, Crafts/Games, Bonfire, and Up N Smoke will be providing Food and Beverages. Every year it gets better! This is a fundraiser for the Gardens as well. If you would like to volunteer for this event, please contact us at info@friendshipgardens.org

Tickets Sold at Door Day of Event

Kids Ages 1-12 $2
13 & over $5
info@friendshipgardens.org

Wake Up the Gardens!!! Volunteer Day

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We have scheduled our ANNUAL 'Wake Up The Gardens' Spring Clean Up Day for Saturday March 30th from 10am-2pm and are seeking volunteers to assist with our Spring Cleanup. We are primarily volunteer based rely on our volunteers to help us get prepared for the 2019 Season!

Please RSVP to info@friendshipgardens.org OR 219.878.9885 by 3/28/19

We will be raking, picking up garbage, picking up sticks, hauling leaves etc. It isn't glamorous work, but it is necessary work!

Please bring your own garden gloves. Please bring a rake also if you are able to.

Light refreshments will be provided (water, cookies).

Dress for the weather! The event will occur rain or shine!

This is also a good opportunity for students to get COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS.

Thank you for considering this request!

With Gratitude!

Native American Celebration and Thanksgiving Day Turkey Walk

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Come count the turkeys on the Friendship Trail for a special prize! Experience Native American cooking techniques and learn how they lived. Children's Crafts too! Enjoy a stroll around the Gardens! FREE Admission

Haunted Trails & Family Fall Fest

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Haunted Trails & Ghost Stories

  • October 13th 3 - 6pm CDT
  • Trick or Treat on our Ghost Trail and enjoy the Bonfire!
  • Pumpkin Craft and Game
  • Face Painting
  • Beer & Wine for Adults!
  • Up N Smoke BBQ Food Truck-Hot Dogs & more!
  • Children $2 (1-12)
  • Babies 12 months and under FREE
  • Ages 13 & over $5\

A Spooktacular afternoon/evening of family fun. Kids are invited to wear their Halloween costumes for a night of family-friendly scares set in the winding nature trails of Friendship Botanic Gardens. Sponsored by Fifth Third Bank.

 

Butterfly Bonanza

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See these wonderful creatures in all stages and watch Monarch butterflies released. Make your own butterfly feeder! FREE Admission

Bug Safari

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Interested in learning more about bugs? Join us for an afternoon of exploration of invertebrate life in various habitats of the Gardens! FREE Admission

Wake Up The Gardens!

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Wake Up the Gardens!!! - Saturday, March 24th 11:00am-3:00pm

The Season opening is right around the corner! Come out and help prepare the grounds for the 2o18 season. Volunteers are needed to help get the gardens and grounds ready! ALL HELP IS WELCOME! We will be raking, picking up garbage, picking up sticks, hauling leaves etc. It isn't glamorous work, but it is necessary work! Please bring your own Garden Gloves. Please bring a rake also if you are able to. Light refreshments will be provided. Dress for the Weather! The event will occur rain or shine. This is also a good opportunity for students to get Community Service Hours.

Please RSVP to info@friendshipgardens.org OR 219.878.9885 by 3/22/18

Thanksgiving Turkey Walk and Native American Heritage Celebration

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Come count the Turkeys for a special prize!! Experience Native American cooking techniques and learn how indigenous peoples of the region survived. Crafts for children.

Free admission.

Haunted Trails and Ghost Stories

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Take a walk on our spooky Trail and listen to Spooky Stories! Family Friendly "spooky."

  • October 28th 3 - 6pm CDT
  • Trick or Treat on our Ghost Trail and enjoy the bonfire!
  • Pumpkin Craft and Game
  • Face Painting
  • Beer & Wine for Adults!
  • Up N Smoke BBQ Food Truck-Hot Dogs & more!
  • Children $2
  • Adults $5
  • Children ages 12 months and under are FREE

A Spooktacular evening of family fun. Kids are invited to wear their Halloween costumes for a night of family-friendly scares set in the winding nature trails of Friendship Botanic Gardens. Visitors will have the chance to experience the Gardens when bathed in the glow of the “Trail of Lights” -- A new illuminated pathway of lampposts made possible thanks to the generous support of NIPSCO, the NiSource Foundation, and The Michigan City Redevelopment Corporation. Kids can also check out phases one and two of the ArcelorMittal Children’s Garden, a newly installed arena for interactive natural play experiences created thanks to the support of the ArcelorMittal corporation.

 

 

Polish Fest

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Join us for a very popular day of festivities! Polish Food, Dancing, & Music... and learn about Polish Heritage. Tickets available day of the event.