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Art Studio

  1. Drawing and Nature Walk in Rockwood Park

    September 27, 2020, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Rockwood Park & Museum

    Bring any sized sketch pad and pencil for an enjoyable creative afternoon in the park. Begin with an outdoor sketching lesson with drawing instructor, Karen Berstler. Take a nature walk and learn about Rockwood Park historical facts, designs and creators. Stop at various locations to sketch the garden's beauty. Karen will be there to answer any sketching questions during the walk. Leave with the beginnings of your very own nature book! Meet in the Mansion's Courtyard by the Visitor's Entrance to start the class. • Social distancing will be in practice during the tour. • Face masks are required. • PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED • TOUR LIMITED TO 10

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Rockwood

  1. Drawing and Nature Walk in Rockwood Park

    September 27, 2020, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Rockwood Park & Museum

    Bring any sized sketch pad and pencil for an enjoyable creative afternoon in the park. Begin with an outdoor sketching lesson with drawing instructor, Karen Berstler. Take a nature walk and learn about Rockwood Park historical facts, designs and creators. Stop at various locations to sketch the garden's beauty. Karen will be there to answer any sketching questions during the walk. Leave with the beginnings of your very own nature book! Meet in the Mansion's Courtyard by the Visitor's Entrance to start the class. Social distancing will be in practice during the tour. Face masks are required. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED TOUR LIMITED TO 10

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  2. Rockwood Museum Apothecary Garden Tour

    September 27, 2020, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Rockwood Park & Museum

    Learn about an apothecary garden (also known as a physic's garden) where healing herbs and plants are grown and the healing benefits of such herbs. and plants. Maximum of 10 people per tour. Please visit Rockwood.org to view a short video about the history of Rockwood. Social distancing will be in practice during the tour. Masks are required. Please meet your tour guide in the courtyard.

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