Celebrate fall at Hudson Gardens’ 3rd annual FestiFall! Bring your family and join us for this all-day celebration of the beauty and spirit of the changing seasons! Festivities will include Pumpkin Patch and straw bale maze exploration, pumpkin sale and decorating, story times, craft and activity stations, cooking demonstrations, live owls, music, food trucks, and more!
Pumpkins will be for sale to the public as supplies last and there is a one pumpkin per person limit. Proceeds from the pumpkin sale benefit Hudson Gardens’ education scholarship program helping to make The Gardens accessible to all students.
Schedule of Events:
All Day Fun:
Help us kick off our Harvest Food Drive by bringing a non-perishable, non-expired food item to help benefit Inter-Faith Community Services’ Thanksgiving Holiday Basket Program.
Admission: $3/person ages two and up (children ages one and under are
free). Walk up admission only. Pumpkin purchases are additional and
range from $1-30 each (cash only).
Birding in the Gardens: October Bird Walk
Each month we team with an Audubon Master Birder from the Front Range Birding
Company to discover the rich bird habitats of the Gardens, focusing on
the various species that visit during that particular season. You’ll
come away with a better understanding of bird ecology, useful tips on
how to identify birds by sight and sound, and when and where to find
different species. Whether you are new to birding or an experienced bird
watcher, there is always something exciting to see through your
binoculars at Hudson Gardens!
The Hudson Gardens offers a
comprehensive series on beekeeping classes offered
throughout the year, which covers topics such as
pollination, honey harvest, and
everything in between! If you are thinking about
becoming a beekeeper, or are
already keeping bees but want to deepen your
knowledge, our classes are for you!
Please visit our
page for complete course descriptions and
Meet the Vegetable Gardeners
Join us at Hudson Gardens’ Vegetable Garden to observe Colorado Master
Gardenersm Volunteers doing what they do best! The Gardeners will be
available June through September to answer your gardening questions and
give advice on all your “how-to” questions. There will also be
opportunities to observe bed preparation, planting, weeding, harvesting,
and more from the experts who plan and maintain the Hudson Gardens’
Vegetable Garden each year. These events are free and open to the
public. Drop by anytime between 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM on the following
dates to meet the Vegetable Gardeners!
Community Drum Circle
Join people of all levels of musical expertise to share your rhythmical spirit in an oasis of beauty! Community drum circles are popping up throughout the nation as a fun way to celebrate community and life through recreational music making. No drumming expertise is necessary! All ages and abilities are welcome to attend this family-friendly event. This guided session will include basic and traditional rhythms, guided imagery, and freestyle.
Sessions are located at The Hudson Residence and may be held outdoors; please dress for the weather and bring a chair or blanket for seating.
Sessions are scheduled one evening per month from 6-8 PM. Upcoming dates
are as follows:
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Registration: $1/person at the door, cash only. Registrations are
email@example.com. When registering, indicate whether you will
need to borrow percussion or if you will be providing your own. Loaned
equipment is available on a first-come, first- served basis for a rental
fee of $3/person.
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