Through Jr. Gardener’s Club, kids have a hands-on opportunity to learn about gardening, the outdoors, health and fitness, arts and crafts, community awareness and more. Children of all ages are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult.
Junior Garden’s Club Passport
Earn stamps on your passport to win amazing prizes!
There are 3 ways to earn stamps:
- Visit The Oregon Garden
- Attend public events at The Oregon Garden
- Attend Junior Gardener’s Club Events
Passports are free and can be picked up at The Oregon Garden Visitor Center during open hours.
FALL EDITION: October 21, 10am-2pm
Saturday, October 21st, 10:00am – 2:00pm
- Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center will be here from 12:00pm-2:00pm
Located in the Natural Resources Education Center (NREC) across from the Visitor Center
This event is free! Garden entry is not required
Join us for our quarterly Jr. Gardener’s Club event!
We will be partnering with Marion County OSU Extension Service and Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center to feature fun, educational activities and crafts all about birds and nature. In celebration of fall, The Garden Cafe will have hot apple cider from Bauman’s Farm!
Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center will be here from 12p-2p with some of the critters they care for. Come and learn about their work and see the animals up close!
Crafts and activities will be available from 10-2p free of charge!
Let us know you are coming with an RSVP here.
Jr. Gardener’s Club program topics and pricing is subject to change without notice. Some programs may be cancelled if registrant numbers do not reach a minimum number.
We are in search of engaging programs, classes, activities, booths, crafts, etc. that are related to gardening and our ecosystem! If you are interested in teaching or having a booth at a Jr. Gardener’s Club event please fill out this form.