Arboretum Fights the Winter Blues!

Have you been indoors for too long?  Had enough of the dark and cold?  Winter making you cranky?

Maple syrupWell the Reeves-Reed Arboretum (RRA) has just what the doctor ordered for your case of Cabin Fever!

Over the next weeks you’ll be able to choose from several family-friendly events such as Backyard Birding, Maple Sugaring Fest, and Winter Tales. All the details on these fun programs can be found here.6063e366-4797-4d66-a046-0fe9f310c1b8

Maybe you’re so done with winter that you’re  ready to think about summer? Whether your children are interested in nature, science, art or dance, Reeves-Reed Arboretum has a summer program just perfect for your child. Online registration begins March 1 for non-members and began February 15 for members.  Sign up soon because these Arboretum summer camp experiences fill up quickly!  Click here for more information on summer camps and to register.summer-camp1

garden centerBut what about the adults? The Arboretum is running it’s annual bus trip to the Philadelphia Flower Show.  Whether it’s cross-species pollination or seed germination, come hear RRA Director of Horticulture, Marc Montefusco, tell us why “public garden” doesn’t necessarily mean “PG.”

These are just a few of the ways the Reeves-Reed Arboretum is fighting the winter doldrums.  RRA has even more family fun and adult options, and you can find them by clicking here.


Reeves-Reed Arboretum
165 Hobart Avenue, Summit

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Author: Patricia Cassin


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