You can be sure your gift to the Gardens on Spring Creek will be used efficiently and effectively to enrich the lives of people and foster environmental stewardship.
The Gardens on Spring Creek aims to bring relevant, innovative and high-quality adult education for the novice and well-seasoned gardener. Join us for lectures and hands-on workshops for the inquisitive gardener, crafter, artist, budding chef, and homesteader.
Educational opportunities include a diversity of topics including gardening, ecosystem health, water conservation, cooking, fine arts, natural crafts, and urban homesteading.
Our instructors are experts in their field from the Gardens on Spring Creek, the City of Fort Collins, CSU, Larimer County Extension, and the regional horticultural and natural science community.
Saturday, June 9, July 7, July 28, August 18
Embrace the natural setting of our botanical gardens at our restorative summer series, Yoga in the Gardens. Set in the lawn of the North Patio, this class is for all skill levels. Taught by a Family Balance Yoga instructor, get ready to start your day in a beautiful way. Geared especially towards adults or those 12 years and over.
Bring your own mat, water bottle, and sunscreen.
Excite your taste buds with the freshness of the garden harvest and learn some new cooking techniques while having fun making a meal in our Outdoor Kitchen. Hands-on classes are taught by the Cooking Studio Fort Collins and wine tasting provided by Wilbur’s.
Students must be 21 yrs. & up.
Thursday, 6-8 p.m.
August 16: Pizza, Pesto, and Pistou
August 30: Celebrating Tomatoes
September 6: Wrapping up the Gardens: Wraps, Rolls, and Dumplings
September 20: Mild to Wild Chiles
September 27: Garden Fresh Homemade Pastas