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Music, local breweries, and more at Autumn In the Garden!

From October 4 through November 11, Tulsa Botanic Garden is transforming into an autumn paradise!  A pumpkin labyrinth surrounded by a mosaic design created from winter squashes will set the scene for a month full of seasonal activities for all ages!  Bring the family to see the Garden’s 5th annual Scarecrows In the Garden, a display of scarecrows made by schools, artists, businesses and other community members. After taking them all in vote for your favorite scarecrow from the exhibit to win the coveted People’s Choice Award.  

September Brings Butterflies, Brunch and more!

September is a FANTASTIC time to see the Garden - lush summer foliage and flowers spill onto walkways with vibrant colors!  It's not to soon to start thinking about fall and start your plans for participating for Scarecrows In the Garden - registration to participate is due September 21. 

August - Wine, Tomatoes, Dogs and Meteors

We've got lots of fun ways to celebrate summer in the Garden.  Look for more and more butterflies and lush growth and blooms! Remember our summer extended hours on Thursdays - 9 am to 9 pm - through the end of August.  Starting on September 6,  Thursday hours will be 10 am to 8 pm. 

Make plans to see Lifting the Landscape - sculptures by Christopher Curtis through Aug. 26  - all pieces are for sale and a portion of proceeds benefit the Botanic Garden.

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