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Helpful Bugs

Aug 11 - Aug 11 2017, 11:00 AM TO 12:00 PM

11am-12pm

FREE with admission

Discover how bugs can help a garden grow with educational and hands-on activities for inquisitive minds. Following our program, participants and their families can embark on a scavenger-hunt tour of the gardens for a prize reward to extend the fun. A snack will be provided. Limited to 20 participants. (Indoors and Outdoors) Free with admission.

Backyard Birds

Aug 14 - Aug 14 2017, 11:00 AM TO 12:00 PM

11am-12pm

FREE with admission

Discover more about the birds in your own backyard with educational and hands-on activities for inquisitive minds. Participants will learn how to draw birds and create a bird snack to take to their fine feather friends at home. Following our program, participants and their families can embark on a scavenger-hunt tour of the gardens for a prize reward to extend the fun. A snack will be provided.  Limited to 20 participants. (Indoors and Outdoors) Free with admission.

Fun with Frogs

Aug 15 - Aug 15 2017, 11:00 AM TO 12:00 PM

11am-12pm

FREE with admission

Discover the exciting life cycle of frogs with educational and hands-on activities for inquisitive minds. Following our program, participants and their families can embark on a scavenger-hunt tour of the gardens for a prize reward to extend the fun. A snack will be provided. Limited to 20 participants. (Indoors and Outdoors) Free with admission.

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The Elizabethan Gardens is located adjacent to The Lost Colony's Waterside Theatre and Fort Raleigh National Historic Park on Roanoke Island nestled near North Carolina's Outer Banks. The gardens are open year-round, seven days a week except certain holidays.

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