Celebrate Black History: Rooted in Plants

Tue Jan 28, 2020
Various times
Free with garden admission

Celebrate Black History Month by learning more about the plants of Africa and how they are used throughout the US. Investigate seeds native to Africa, explore traditional Nigerian dying techniques, and create a mini plant-zine inspired by the original plant bulletin author and botanist, George Washington Carver!

Guided Activities:
Weekdays; 1:30–4:30pm.
Saturdays & Sundays; 10am–4:30pm.

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Kusama: Cosmic Nature
The New York Botanical Garden - 10:00 AM Pick
Harlem Moves with Limón Dance Company
West Harlem Piers Park - 6:00 PM Pick
New York Theater Ballet: LIFT Lab Live
St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery. - various times Pick
Eid Charity Boxes
Children's Museum of Manhattan - various times Pick
Mixed Play
Lidia's Play Cafe - 9:00 AM
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