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Take a tour with a knowledgeable docent and learn more about the gardens, the plants within it and the history. Allow about 45 mins to 1 hour. Check in at the Education Center.
Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30 am
Offered Memorial Day through Labor Day
NO TOUR ON JULY 4th
$10 per person
For groups larger than 10 please fill out our Private Tour Request Form
Join our Garden yogi’s for a flowing yoga practice set in nature’s studio! The sounds of birds and waterfalls fill the air as you engage in a practice that invites more health and happiness into your life, pose by pose and breath by breath. Seasoned yogis and complete beginners alike will find benefit in this unique experience of communing with nature through yoga. Mats available. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 9:15-10:30 am; mid June through September.
$15 per person (CASH ONLY). Class space is first come first serve. No reservation required.
Thursdays at noon July 11th-August 15th.
$10 per person (CASH ONLY)
Members can reserve seats in advance, call (970) 476-0103 x2
July 11 – Lisa Yacono, Dining Redefined RECIPE
July 18 – Richard Bailey, TASTE5 Catering
July 25 – Dan Maguire, Game Creek RECIPE
August 1 – Paul Ferzacca, La Tour RECIPE
August 8 – Molly Harrison, Hovey & Harrison RECIPE
August 15 – Martin Woods and Joe Frietze, Mountain Standard & Sweet Basil RECIPE
Past Chefs and Recipes:
Tools, gloves, and instruction provided. Please bring water and a hat.
2019 Speaker Series
Programs are 5:30-7pm at the Vail Library, 292 W. Meadow Drive
No cost due to the generosity of the Friends of Vail Public Library
Includes: Light appetizers, wine, beer & presentation
Land Institute’s Dr. Tim Crews
Changing 10,000 Years of Agriculture: Crops with Roots
Eagle County Historical Society’s Kathy Heicher
Eagle County’s Long Agricultural History
National Geographic Photographer Jim Richardson
Farming’s People and History
2019 Dates: August 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This one day painting workshop will focus on plein air painting and how to simplify a composition and work quickly to complete a painting in under 3 hours. The goal will be to paint a small painting in the morning and another after the lunch break in the afternoon. The gardens are full of color so we will work on color mixing and getting the right temperature which is a very important part of mixing colors. Compositions can be difficult to find when there is so much to choose from so we will be looking for simple shapes and values to draw from and go from there to completion. Just some of these simple steps will improve your outdoor painting and you’ll soon be a pro at plein air painting! Class will meet in the garden at 9 a.m. with a quick demonstration by Cheryl and then each individual will set up and paint until noon. We will break for lunch and then return to our easels until 3 pm. Please bring a sack lunch and plenty of water to drink. A supply list will be emailed out upon registration. For more information or to register, please call Cheryl at 303-947-4428 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Class fee: $65