06-20-13 Slendor

The Myriad Gardens offers annual signature events

October 2013
Children’s Garden
A celebration of all things pumpkin! Enjoy crafts • pumpkin village • hay bale maze • pumpkin decorating • cider pressing • tasty treats, gourds, ghosts and scarecrows • charming pumpkin fairy houses • storytelling • great fun for all! Visit Pumpkinville in the Children’s Garden. Free admission for members. Non-member admission is $5 per child and $2.50 for adults. To become a member, call 297-1528 or stop by the Crystal Bridge Visitor Center.


Orchids in October
October 17, 2013
Avis Scaramucci is the 2013 honoree.  Patron Co-Chairs are Larry Nichols and Jim Tolbert.  Co-Chairs of the event are Linda Horn and Lynn Robberson.  Avis will be the 12th recipient of this award.  The event is on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 11:30 to 1:00.  Sponsorship levels are $5,000 (10 reservations); $2,500 (8 reservations); $1,000 (6 reservations); $500 (4 reservations); $250 (2 reservations).  Individual tickets are $75.


Winter Market


Devon Ice Rink


Oklahoma Gardening School


Annual (and Perennial!) Spring Plant Sale and Garden Festival
May 2014
Pavillion and Children’s Garden
Join us for our annual Spring Plant Sale, which this year has itself sprouted a new branch, the Garden Festival. Dates are Friday, May 10 – Sunday, May 12 with a special, members-only preview and plant presale from 4 – 7pm Thursday, May 9. A Pop Up Market featuring beautiful and practical items for spring, garden and home, and outdoor living will add to the fun. Look for things to be happening all around the Pavilion area and the west side of the Crystal Bridge. Sunday, May 12 is our delectable Mother’s Day Brunch in the gardens restaurant space, and as if that weren’t enough, the Children’s Garden will be chockablock with garden gnomes for the first ever Okla-Gnoma – a celebration of gnome culture. Learn more about any or all at myriadgardens.org or by calling 405.445.7080.


Splendor in the Gardens
June 2014


Spring Festival 
May 2014
It’s a gnome fact: just like April showers bring May flowers, warmer weather attracts certain pointy-hatted creatures to the Gardens. Join us as we get to gnome our diminutive inhabitants as they descend on the Children’s Garden for ten days of Lilliputian fun. Crafts, games, stories, snacks and an interactive gnome habitat await you and your munchkins. Photo opportunities abound and kids can paint their own gnomes to take to their homes!
$5 per non-member; free for members • Join today by calling 405.445.7089