Sunday, October 6, 2013, 12 pm - 4pm
112 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ
Log Cabin and Alumni Pavilion
Day-long activities will include:
Pick up your passport at the Potting Shed Shop and travel around the world to hunt for plants from near and Far.
Rutgers Gardens would like to thank the East Brunswick Youth Council Environmental Committee for producing this year's scavenger hunt in the Gardens.
Meet Debbie Henry, the Children's Program Coordinator, and take part in fun, interactive and educational activities:
The festival would not be complete without these Fall events:
|Tour the Labyrinth||Children's Activities||Pumpkin Ring Toss|
|Children's Activities||Pumpkin Painting||Pumpkin Bowling|
Come out and meet John and Jeanne Gilligan and some of their birds from A Helping Wing Parrot Rescue. A Helping Wing's goal is to educate families in the care and responsibilities of proper care of birds. Parrots are wonderful, incredible, charming creatures with strong emotions and superior intelligence.
Entrance fee is $5.00 per car, $15 for passenger vans or short buses. This is one of only 2 days a year that there is an entrance fee to come in to the Gardens. Rutgers Gardens is self supporting and it is events such as this that help to pay for the care and maintained of the grounds. If you do not wish to attend the festival, please feel free come back on one of the 363 days when the Gardens is open.