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  • Events at Luthy Botanical Garden

    Fall French Market in the Park  October 7 ♦ 9am-3pm

    Experience an authentic French Market right here in the heartland, complete with crepes, antiques, croissants, herbs, vintage finds, furniture, flowers and more! Enjoy a creative community of artists, craftsmen, foodies and collectors coming together to bring the charm and excitement of a French Flea Market. Call 696-1164 or follow Market on Moss on Facebook for more information.

    Hogwarts Garden of Botanical Wonders  October 6-29 ♦ 10am-5pm

    Experience the magic of Hogwarts as Luthy Botanical Garden embrace the theme of Harry Potter for the Chrysanthemum Show. Bring the kids to enjoy a spectacular showing of magical plants and wizardly delights. Free admission; donations appreciated.

    Harry Potter’s Herbology  October 21 ♦ 10-11am

    Witches, wizards and muggles are welcomed to the world of Professor Sprout and Neville Longbottom. This class will be full of scary plants, magical creatures, and wizardly good times. Dressing in wizard gear is encouraged and you’ll use that wand! Bring a clear 2-liter bottle with the top removed to take home a frighteningly feisty plant of your own. $10/$12. Register before October 14 at 681-3502 or [email protected]

    A Garden Christmas Party ♦ 12/8, 12/9, 12/15, 12/16 ♦ 5:00-7:30pm

    Get into the Christmas spirit by coming to Luthy for a beautiful display of poinsettias, music, door prizes, The Hall of Christmas trees, s’more making, a lighted fairy garden and more. $6/child, $8/adult

    Poinsettia Show  November 17-December 31 ♦ 10am-5pm

    Enjoy a tropical collection which blends with hundreds of poinsettias to create a wonderland.  Free admission; donations appreciated.

    Candlelight Walks  November 17-December 23 ♦ 10am-5pm

    See the Poinsettia Show under the warm glow of candles. Free admission; donations appreciated.

    Kwanzaa Display  December 26-31 ♦ 10am-5pm

    Learn the significance of this African-American holiday that celebrates family, community, and culture. Learn about plants on the African continent.

    Drop-in Events – click on an event in the calendar below for more information.