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“Very informative program!” –Rebecca Shiplett
“This class sparked my interest and I’ll definitely be back for more!” –Anna
“My daughter and I had so much fun doing this!” –Debbie Hamerski
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“I loved the holiday music, friendly teaching, and self-paced schedule.” –Sara Burnett
Fundamentals of Tree Identification
- Saturday, June 13, 10 am -Noon
- The Garden Classroom, Myriad Gardens Grounds and Scissortail Park
- Member $7; Nonmember $12
- Sam Grimmett, Arborist, Scissortail Park
- Register by Thursday, June 11
- REGISTER HERE
This program will focus on teaching the skills that will aid in basic tree identification. Learn to identify native and ornamental tree species with Scissortail Park tree experts at this presentation and tour of the Myriad Gardens and Scissortail Park. There will be a presentation followed by a walking tour of both.
In keeping with recommendations and requirements from city, county and state officials regarding COVID-19:
- Pre-registration is required to attend as numbers will be limited.
- We encourage all attendees to wear a mask.
- All attendees must social distance in order to participate. While inside we will physically distance chairs for easy seating.
- The guide will be wearing a mask and a microphone, when appropriate, so everyone can hear them.