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A quick overview of upcoming events...

*Additions or changes may occur. Some dates/times provided closer to season or event. 

Monthly Garden Tours every 2nd Saturday, 9 am - 12 pm.  And third Sundays 1-4pm (June, July August ) No reservations needed, just stop by.  

              Every Month. All Year. Always Free.

At R.W. Monk Gardens.    

 

• Geocacheing - All year. Free. Four Geocaches hidden in the 20+ acre environment.

    A fun family activity. Bring your GPS device and start searching.
    At R.W. Monk Gardens.


New educational signage
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New educational signs were erected at the Gardens this week by Graphic House. These are educational signs made possible by an Urban Forestry grant from the Wisconsin DNR. Thus one is on Tree Canopy Development. Others are on Invasive Species and on Insects. One on Storm Water Control will be installed after construction of the Potager is complete.
 

Science In The Gardens Event October 2014

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Steve Schmidt demonstrates how water moves through soil at Saturday's (10/18) Science in the Gardens event . About 30 students and their parents attended

 

Linda Grilley becomes new president of the Robert W. Monk Gardens

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Vickie Richmond Hawkins passes the gavel to new president Linda Grilley.  Thank you to Vickie Richmond Hawkins for serving as president to the Robert W. Monk Gardens for the past two years and for all of her contributions.  We welcome Linda Grilley as president.  Linda has been actively involved with the Gardens for a number of years and most recently has chaired the fund raising committee and previously served as vice president of the Gardens.

 

Wisconsin's First Lady Tonnette Walker visited the Gardens

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Wisconsin’s First Lady Tonette Walker led a 2-mile walk through the Robert W. Monk Gardens to promote health and wellness.  Here she is welcomed by Vickie Richmond Hawkins and Linda Grilley

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