Calendar of Events

Jul
6
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Jul 6 @ 11:30 am – Aug 24 @ 7:30 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Aug
15
Wed
Tony mauro
Aug 15 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Aug
16
Thu
Education Center closed due to the Colorado Classic
Aug 16 all-day
Steamboat trip volunteers
Aug 16 all-day
Guided Garden Tours
Aug 16 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Aug
17
Fri
Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 17 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Aug
18
Sat
Finance committee
Aug 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Guided Garden Tours
Aug 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

BA0218 Check in open (Denver to London) @ Denver International (CO)
Aug 18 @ 7:35 pm – 7:36 pm

Online check in for this flight is now open. You can check in on the BA app or go to www.ba.com/mobilecheckin

Aug
19
Sun
BA0218 Denver to London @ Denver International (CO)
Aug 19 @ 7:35 pm – Aug 20 @ 4:35 am

Departure 2018-08-19 19:35 (local time)
Arrival 2018-08-20 11:35 (local time)
Operated by British Airways

Please note that these are scheduled times and are subject to change. Please check the BA app or www.ba.com for the latest information.

Aug
20
Mon
Volunteer Gardening
Aug 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 20 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Family Guided Activities (Drop-in)
Aug 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Educational staff led activities for children & parents. FREE, located in the Children’s Garden. No registration required.

Workshop: Pruning
Aug 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Guided Garden Tours
Aug 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Aug
22
Wed
Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 22 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Family Guided Activities (Drop-in)
Aug 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Educational staff led activities for children & parents. FREE, located in the Children’s Garden. No registration required.

Garden Nature Photography
Aug 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Discover new ways of seeing color, patterns, textures, and space in the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens and their surrounding landscape. No photography experience needed. Smart phones welcome. Cost: $15, No advance registration required.

Aug
23
Thu
Volunteer Gardening
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Guided Garden Tours
Aug 23 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Aug
24
Fri
Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 24 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

The Gardens Present: Zdenek Zvolanek on Bohemian Gardens & Plants
Aug 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

REGISTER HERE

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens invites all to join at the Gardens Education Center as we host world famous rock gardener, Zdenek Zvolanek. This is your chance to become inspired by the unique rockwork utilizing a variety of sedimentary to granite stones. All selected plants are hardy to zone 4 or 5, including modern rock garden plants and woodlanders. Many new plants are results of the keen and brave work of Czech seed collectors.

The evening will provide the opportunity to meet the most famous of all the Czech rock gardeners. The Czechs have pioneered new methods in garden design using unique and innovative rock garden techniques. Zdenek’s colorful presentation will feature 21 of the best rock gardens found throughout Bohemia. Their crevice garden technique is successful and broadly adopted including many garden designs at Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. We are very fortunate to have Zdenek making a stop at the Gardens on his tour of the United States.

5:30 – 5:45 pm – snacks and cocktails

5:45 – 7:00 pm – presentation

Aug
25
Sat
Guided Garden Tours
Aug 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Aug
26
Sun
Outdoor Aerial Yoga w/ Tanya Miller
Aug 26 all-day

Outdoor Aerial Yoga with Tanya Miller | 

Experience the traveling aviary, where this form of Outdoor Aerial Yoga blends postures inspired by Nature, suspension fitness, AIReal Yoga, and aerial Pilates. Two classes will be offered on Sunday that are designed to introduce participants to deep stretches, heart expansion, inverted vision, and lengthening postures.

REGISTER HERE

Aug
27
Mon
Volunteer Gardening
Aug 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 27 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Family Guided Activities (Drop-in)
Aug 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Educational staff led activities for children & parents. FREE, located in the Children’s Garden. No registration required.

Guided Garden Tours
Aug 27 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Aug
29
Wed
Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 29 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Family Guided Activities (Drop-in)
Aug 29 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Educational staff led activities for children & parents. FREE, located in the Children’s Garden. No registration required.

Garden Nature Photography
Aug 29 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Discover new ways of seeing color, patterns, textures, and space in the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens and their surrounding landscape. No photography experience needed. Smart phones welcome. Cost: $15, No advance registration required.

Aug
30
Thu
AA0041 Check in open (Barcelona to Chicago) @ Barcelona
Aug 30 @ 7:30 am – 7:31 am

Online check in for this flight is now open. You can check in on the BA app or go to www.ba.com/mobilecheckin

Volunteer Gardening
Aug 30 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Guided Garden Tours
Aug 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

AA1387 Check in open (Chicago to Denver) @ O'Hare International (IL) (Chicago)
Aug 30 @ 7:15 pm – 7:16 pm

Online check in for this flight is now open. You can check in on the BA app or go to www.ba.com/mobilecheckin

Aug
31
Fri
AA0041 Barcelona to Chicago @ Barcelona
Aug 31 @ 7:30 am – 5:35 pm

Departure 2018-08-31 15:30 (local time)
Arrival 2018-08-31 18:35 (local time)
Operated by American Airlines

Please note that these are scheduled times and are subject to change. Please check the BA app or www.ba.com for the latest information.

Yoga in the Gardens
Aug 31 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

AA1387 Chicago to Denver @ O'Hare International (IL) (Chicago)
Aug 31 @ 7:15 pm – 9:44 pm

Departure 2018-08-31 20:15 (local time)
Arrival 2018-08-31 21:44 (local time)
Operated by American Airlines

Please note that these are scheduled times and are subject to change. Please check the BA app or www.ba.com for the latest information.

Sep
1
Sat
Guided Garden Tours
Sep 1 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Sep
3
Mon
Volunteer Gardening
Sep 3 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Yoga in the Gardens
Sep 3 @ 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Start your day off right with yoga in Vail’s most ZEN location taught by local expert staff with diverse backgrounds. Yoga takes place in the Gardens “Alpine Plaza” below our large waterfall. Limited yoga mats available and no registration necessary. Cost: $15 – CASH ONLY

Guided Garden Tours
Sep 3 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Enjoy a guided tour through the Gardens. Begins at the Education Center and ends at the Schoolhouse Gift Shop. No advance registration required. Cost: $10

Sep
4
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
5
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Helmut fricker
Sep 5 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Sep
6
Thu
Volunteer Gardening
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 6 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
7
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 7 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
10
Mon
Volunteer Gardening
Sep 10 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 10 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
11
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 11 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
12
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 12 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
13
Thu
Denver botanic gardens
Sep 13 all-day
Volunteer Gardening
Sep 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 13 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
14
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
17
Mon
Volunteer Gardening
Sep 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us in the Gardens for an informal work session. Tools and gloves provided. Please bring water, hat and dress appropriately. Instruction provided; FREE. Gardeners meet at Tool Shed (upper entrance of Garden). 

No advance registration required however we ask that you fill out our Volunteer Interest Form in advance. 

Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 17 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
18
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
19
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 19 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
20
Thu
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 20 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Intimate Evening: History of Mining in Colorado
Sep 20 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

REGISTER HERE

Join us at the Gardens Education Center for an Intimate Evening with Kathy Heicher learning about the history of mining and how it shaped Eagle County. Kathy’s program will be followed up with an update by Lizzie Schoder of the Eagle River Watershed Council on the Eagle Mine monitoring below Gilman.
Registration required.
Cost: $25

Program schedule:
5:30-5:45-drinks and appetizers
5:45-7-speaker

Sep
21
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
24
Mon
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
25
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
26
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
27
Thu
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Sep
28
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
1
Mon
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 1 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
2
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 2 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
3
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 3 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
4
Thu
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
5
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
8
Mon
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 8 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
9
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 9 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
10
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 10 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
11
Thu
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 11 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
12
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 12 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
15
Mon
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 15 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
16
Tue
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 16 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
17
Wed
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 17 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
18
Thu
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Intimate Evening: Travels Down the Silk Road
Oct 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Registration COMING SOON!
Join us at the Gardens Education Center for an Intimate Evening with our Currator of Plant Collections, Nick Courtens, learning about the botany of the West Asian mountains. Nick will talk about his recent trip traveling along the Silk Road and how he incorporated what he learned into building our new Silk Road Garden.
Registration Required.

Cost: $25

Program schedule:
5:30-5:45-drinks and light appetizers
5:45-7-speaker”

Oct
19
Fri
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated

Oct
22
Mon
Exhibit: H2O=Life: Wet, Wild & Wonderful Waterways
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

More than 90% of all mountain wildlife species depend on rivers at some time in their lives. What makes rivers like Gore Creek so important?

The riparian ecosystem is a web that connects organisms to the river, forest and each other. Visitors will learn about the plants and animals that live amid the water, how these organisms help or hinder the river’s health, and what we can do to improve the health of Colorado’s rivers. Located in the the Education Center.

Cost: $5 donation appreciated