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Omaha Botanical Gardens Events and Exhibits
Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® Bricks
Sean Kenney's fourth indoor exhibit at Lauritzen Gardens features some fantastic NEW pieces, including a coral reef, a snow leopard, and a disappearing rhino, as well as a couple of old favorites.
Art Exhibit: Before We're Gone by Dori Settles
An exhibit of paintings featuring endangered species of the animal and plant kingdoms by Dori Settles, a multi-passionate artist working with a variety of mediums to bring awareness to the environment and encourage others to make small changes to create a positive impact.
Garden Planning with Midwest Farmer Florist Collaborative
Start planning your garden and tap into the knowledge and professional mastery of the premier Midwest conservation and floral/landscaping experts while enjoying the beauty of Lauritzen Gardens and all it has to offer!
Valentine's Day Dinner
Experience one of the most beautiful, exquisite Valentine’s Day dinners in Omaha, in the intimate surroundings of the visitor and education center.
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Omaha Botanical Gardens Educational Programs
Programs for Adults
Courses at the garden cover a wide variety of topics. From floral design, to painting, to practicing wellness or learning about edible plants- There’s something for everyone!
Programs for Groups
Find out about the opportunities available for your group, class, or scouting troop to explore our 100-acre outdoor learning laboratory.
Programs for Children and Families
Register today for hands-on, educational programming that is sure to bring a smile to you and your child. Engaging classes and camps are available at the garden year-round.
Summer Camps
Summer Adventure Camps at Lauritzen Gardens provide an exciting and educational environment for children to explore science, nature and art in a 100-acre outdoor classroom and the Marjorie K. Daugherty Conservatory. All-inclusive camps are offered in week-long, half-day and full-day formats, with certain camps available for purchase as single days. REGISTRATION WILL OPEN JANUARY 15, 2020.
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