Lunchtime Learning at the Beatrix Farrand: Garden History & Tour With Horticulturist Karen Waltuch - REGISTRATION REQUIRED
May 23, 2023
Lunchtime Learning at the Beatrix Farrand Garden
History & Tour With Horticulturist Karen Waltuch
Call 845-889-4683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
This popular Lunchtime Learning series in collaboration with Starr Library and the Beatrix Farrand Garden is back for a second season! Led by NPS rangers, horticulturists, librarians, and artists, each event will take place at the Beatrix Farrand Garden, located on the Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historic Site in Hyde Park.
This program will begin with a tour of the Beatrix Farrand Garden, located on the Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historic Site in Hyde Park. Beatrix Farrand was the first professional woman landscape gardener in America. During the tour, we’ll discuss her work, the plantings, and the history of Bellefield–her oldest surviving residential work, completed in 1912–and then save time for a picnic lunch in the garden!
This program is a collaboration between the Staatsburg Library, Starr Library, and the Beatrix Farrand Garden
Located at the Home of FDR National Historic Site
4097 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park, NY 12538
Tuesday, May 23
We offer story times and other activities for children, teens, and adults, including a book discussion group. Check our program calendar or call the library at 845-889-4683.