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Jacksonville Arboretum Events

 Full Moon Campfire

  • Saturday, October 23, 7pm-9pm
  • Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens
  • 1445 Millcoe Rd. Jacksonville, FL  32225

Old-fashioned fun for the entire family.  All ages are welcomed.  There will be storytelling and sing-a-longs, marshmallow roasts, and lots of stuff we’re still creating.  Bring a story, bring a song, bring a musical instrument and be part of something special.  There’s nothing quite like the forest under a full moon. 


Reservations required. Space limited.  For reservations and instructions, contact us at: info@jacksonvillearboretum.org or visit our website www.jacksonvillearboretum.org

 

Admission:  $10 for family up to 4.  $2 each additional family member.  $5 individuals.  Cash or Check at the gate only.

 

New Moon Owl Prowl

  • Saturday, November 6, 7pm-9pm
  • Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens
  • 1445 Millcoe Rd. Jacksonville, FL  32225 

Our naturalist guides will take you deep into the woods to find and indentify the night creatures who live there, including our resident Barred Owls, whom you can frequently see up close and personal.  Enjoy the camaraderie of the campfire on the darkest night of the month, when all of the creatures are out, including the stars.

Reservations required. Space limited.  For reservations and instructions, contact us at: info@jacksonvillearboretum.org or visit our website www.jacksonvillearboretum.org

 

Admission:  $10 for family up to 4.  $2 each additional family member.  $5 individuals.  Cash or Check at the gate only.

 

Beekeepers Workshop

  • Saturday, November 13, 9:30am-12 noon.
  • Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens
  • 1445 Millcoe Rd. Jacksonville, FL  32225

An Introduction to Beekeeping by Tony Hogg, Master Beekeeper. 


Members of the Jacksonville Beekeepers Association will also be on hand to answer your questions. Topics of the workshop will include: the importance of honey bees, why you may want to keep honey bees, equipment requirements, resources, safety and good neighbor practices, basic hive biology and hive construction, Florida statutes regarding beekeeping, the UF/IFAS Bee College and Master Beekeeper programs, local Beekeeping Associations and much more.  Bring your own chair, snacks and water.


Admission:  Free


For information:  info@jacksonvillearboretum.org or www.jacksonvillearboretum.org

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