Childrens Garden Club

Children's Garden Club

The Children’s Garden Club is designed to educate, as well as bring delight in gardening and horticulture with projects they start themselves and take home to continue to grow and enjoy.

All meetings are at 9:00 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month (except July and September) – at different locations throughout St. Louis City and County. For more information email us.

2018 Children's Garden Club Calendar - March - December(pdf)

These are free events for kids of all ages. No reservations are required. 

2018 Dates/Locations:

Saturday, February 3
Fun Things to do in the Garden
Sappington Garden Center, 11530 Gravois Road


Saturday, March 3
Pollinators & Plants
Sherwood Forest Nursery  & Garden Center 2651 Barrett Station Road    
Saturday, April 7
Your Edible Container Garden
For the Garden - Now by Planthaven Farms 6703 Telegraph Rd. 

Saturday, May 5 
Mother's Day Project & Terry Winklemann, the Sustainable Backyard
Compliments Wiethop's Greenhouses
Queeny Park, 1675 S. Mason Rd., Nursery #1

                                     
Saturday, June 2
Pollinator - Summer Bowl Tradition
Sherwood Forest Nursery  & Garden Center 2651 Barrett Station Road
    

Saturday, July 7
Who Moves It Around and How
Museum of Transportation, 3015 Barrett Station Rd.

Saturday, August 4
Summer Harvest
Queeny Park, 1675 S. Mason Rd., Nursery #1

Saturday, September 8
Fun in the Garden with Pollinators
Greenscape Gardens, 2832 Barrett Station Rd.

Saturday, October 6
Fun in the Garden
For the Garden by Haefner's, 6703 Telegraph Road

Saturday, November 3
Nutrition, Health, Freshness and You
Jefferson Barracks Visitor's Center
345 North Road

Saturday, December 1
Holiday Decorations
Sherwood Forest Nursery & Garden Center, 3015 Barrett Station Rd.



View Park Events

 

Park Postings:

(As of 5/24/18 8:00 a.m.)


Unger Park roads are open to the Riverside Trail Parking lot, however, the Riverside Trail remains closed beyond this parking lot.


The Grant's Spur along Grant's Trail was severely damaged during periods of heavy rain. For safety reasons, this short trail has been closed.


The Tilles Park splash pad is being replaced.  It is expected to open June 29th.