Education / Events
Most programs are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, from
12:30 to 2. Bring your lunch and join us;
all lectures are free.
Note: September craft has a
$5 fee per wreath (cash or check).

April 18 - Birds of Riverbend Park
Presented by Julene Bailie
Julenes' slides will show the eagles of Riverbend Park as their eaglets hatch and learn to soar.

May 16 - The Anatomy and Adaptations
of Birds' Feet
Presented by Connie Sidles, Master Birder
Step lively with Connie while she investigates the anatomy of birds feet.

June 20 - A Passion for Fuchsias *
Presented by Pam Kelly of SCBG
Pam shares her passion for growing hardy fuchsias successfully. Pam takes care of the Elizabeth Fenzel Garden Room here at the Garden where there are over 100 hardy fuchsias.

July 18 - Dwarf Conifers *
Presented by Susan Miller
Susan shares her garden of 180 dwarf conifers, one of the most over-looked shrubs in the plant pallet. These conifers are ideal for small gardens and pots.

August 15 - Free Docent Tour / Special Sculpture Display
Wear your walking shoes and enjoy a free tour of Soos Creek Botanical Garden with our docents. View the special display of 1000 Possibilities: Sculptures of Women by local artists.

September 19 - Make and Take Hydrangea Wreath Workshop
Bring a wreath form: straw, Styrofoam, or grapevine. Flowers, pins and glue gun will be supplied. Two classes, 10am and 12noon.
$5 fee (cash or check)

October 3- Find the Fun in Fungus *
With Puget Sound Mycological Society volunteer, Wren Hudgins
Wren presents mushroom basics. Bring a magnifying glass to examine live specimens. View the most delicious and the most toxic of PNW mushrooms.

The Garden re-opens on
Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Garden Conservancy Northwest Network

We are part of the
Garden Cam
Check our Facebook page for loads of garden photos.
Sat. May 12 — 10am to 4pm
1000 Possibilities: Sculptures of Women

Sat. August 11 — 10am to 4pm
Experience Historical Kent at SCBG

More information to follow on the events listed here,
please check back.

- Wed. June 6th — 10am to 12noon

- Sat. June 10th — 10am to 12noon

$25 cash or check,
to be paid on the day of your workshop.

You must pre-register to reserve your space! PLEASE, NO DROP INS.

To register:
Email your name, and the workshop date you would like to attend to:

You will receive a confirmation of your reservation request within a week.

We ask that if you cannot attend, please let us know so that others waiting may have a chance to fill your spot.

To cancel: please email to:

Cement Leaf Casting Workshop
* These classes are approved for master gardener credit.

We will be supplying all materials to make one leaf. You will need to bring latex or rubber gloves and wear old clothes or apron.

You can bring a leaf from home or we can help you find one in the garden but you will need to show up earlier for that as class begins at 10am sharp. We suggest that you select a leaf that has strong veins and is more thick than thin. Choose a leaf that is about the size of a dinner plate.

You will be leaving your concrete leaf on site for it to harden before picking it up by the third day. You can etch your name on the back of the leaf. Wednesday people can pick up on Saturday at the earliest (June 9) and Saturday people can pick up on Wednesday (June13) of the next week. All leaves will eventually be moved to a safe area for pickup.

Cement Leaf Casting Workshop flyer to print.