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This class will be a wonderful opportunity for mothers, fathers and grandparents to bond with their children or grandchild, have fun, learn to focus the mind, breathe, stretch and balance.
Capture the beauty of nature! We will guide a beginner to draw and paint with confidence. Advanced students will be able to paint independently at their own pace and choose their own subjects.
Learn about the variety and beauty of our aloes on this walking tour led by Frank McDnough, the Arboretum’s Botanical Information Consultant. These watering savings plants have architecturally interesting features.
The Arboretum Library is holding an open call to artists who may be interested in exhibiting their work in our new art space. Librarian Susan Eubank will host two open houses in January for artists of all media to view the space and learn about two shows planned for 2017.
The Baiko-En Bonsai Kenkyukai Society will present the only show of deciduous, miniaturized trees in the United States.
Reimagine your lawn with interesting, vibrant alternatives! Explore cool and warm season grasses. Create a colorful four-season meadow with California native seeds. Consider evergreen options that are highlighted through low growing ground covers and a variety of sub shrubs.
Children 7-12 learn about California native plants and the benefits of planting
them. Make seed balls to plant in your garden and enjoy the native plant gardens in the Arboretum.
Enjoy this show featuring beautiful camellias.
Tai Chi is a martial art based on the theory of an ancient classic called “I Ching”. Kinetic Tai Chi is created by Master Chien based on this foundation coupling with contemporary Physics of potential & kinetic energy. The training sessions include striking, throwing & submission techniques.
The beauty of orcharding in Southern California is that, with the right planning and attention, you eat several kinds of delicious home grown fruit throughout the year. This class will cover species and varieties that do best in our region, and their different needs for care and pruning. Steve, the instructor. ran the TreePeople Fruit Tree Program.