|Yoga Thursdays & Family Friendly Fall Festival|
There are some wonderful happenings on the horizon for this fall. There are yoga classes, the annual "Run from the Ducks" race and our big Fall Festival.
September 17th through October 22nd, 2009
Thursdays at 6:00 pm
What better location than a tranquil garden atmosphere to enjoy yoga. Classes start Thursday, September 17th, will take place each Thursday at 6:00 pm and will run through October 22nd. Our sessions will be led by the lovely Jane Baldwin, RYT 500, who is a Priya trained Yoga Therapist. You may use this link to learn more about Jane.
Fees: Garden Members $72; Nonmembers $100.
The fee covers all the classes and is due at the first class. The price is the same regardless of how many classes you attend.
Run from the Ducks '09
Saturday, September 26, 2009
For more information contact:
Tony Mathison, Race Director at 325-646-6807.
To access the race registration form, click the image below.
Saturday, October 3, 2009
7:30 am - 9:00 pm
This promises to be a great day of fun, activities and entertainment.
Here's a quick list of the day's activities:
Half-Marathon and 5K Runs
- Half Marathon and 5K Runs
- Photography Contest
- Kids Arts & Crafts
- Scavenger Hunts
- Pumpkin Painting
- Pumpkin Golf
- Live Music
- Gardening Seminars
Races start at 7:30 am. Awards ceremony at 10:00 am. View more race information or register online.
Lots of games, scavenger hunts, pumpkin painting, pumpkin golf. 11:00 am to 5:30 pm.
Beginning at 10:00 am
Gardening seminars to include:
- Rainwater Harvesting by Homer Babbitt, former President of Parker County Master Gardener Association.
- Landscaping with Native Plants by Bill Hopkins, Vice President Native Plant Society of Texas.
- Special guest speakers Steve Huddleston (at 1:00 pm), Senior Horticulturist at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Author and Consultant and Howard Garrett(at 3:00 pm), the Dirt Doctor.
Music by local artists Stan Crawford and rock band Elixir with special appearance by Emmy-winning kids' rock from down on the farm, artist Farmer Jason.
9:30 am Elixir
11:00 am to 4:00 pm Native American Music by Cheiron
6:00 pm Farmer Jason
7:30 pm Stan Crawford
8:30 pm Jason Ringenberg
Winning entries displayed in the Chapel. Winners announced at 7:00pm. Please see our website for entry forms and details.
Tour the Gardens
Fall is a beautiful time of year to enjoy the magical 35 acres of winding paths through stands of trees, gardens of roses and Texas native and adaptable plants. Waterfalls, lakes and lily ponds with geese and swans. G-scale model trains, on 1,200 feet of track, meander through a miniature world of historic towns.
$5.00/Senior and Children under 15
No charge for Children under 4.
|A Look Ahead|Saturday, October 24, 2009
Tarrant County Walkers 10K and 5K
An open event for any interested individual.Saturday, October 31, 2009
BOOtanical Park December 2009
Holiday Festival (dates and times TBD)Thursday, February 4, 2010
Father/Daughter Valentine DanceMarch 27-28, 2010
Spring Festival April, 2010
Clark Gardens 10th Year Anniversary
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Clark Gardens Botanical Park
567 Maddux Road
Weatherford, Texas 76088
PO Box 276
Mineral Wells,Texas 76068
Open Daily, Year Round