The Pine Hollow Arboretum Calendar of Events

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see details + Chair Yoga
Join Celena for a gentle hour of chair yoga at the Visitor Center.  This class is great for those with limited flexibility/balance! 
$8/class 

Questions? Please contact Celena by e-mail : yogawithcelena@gmail.com

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018 @ 10am - 11am
see details + Flower Camp - Part 18 - Just Bag It!
Join Pine Hollow Arboretum member Jean Dearstyne for a morning of fun, creativity and learning! Instruction will include floral preparation, design and composition of each camper’s arrangement. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. All materials will be provided.  Please bring floral cutters.  Suggested donation of $10. Cash or check made payable to Pine Hollow Arboretum. Limited space available. Please contact jeandearstyne@gmail.com to register.
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see details + Group Volunteer Event - Garlic Mustard Pull
Get your hands dirty and help Pine Hollow horticulturist Sandy Brousseau rid areas of the Arboretum of the invasive Garlic Mustard weed.  Please come ready to work outside with long pants, gloves and bug spray/sunscreen (if needed).  

Volunteers will meet at 1pm at the Visitor Center located at 16 Maple Avenue.



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see details + Mong Lan at Pine Hollow
Featured Pine Hollow Arboretum reading by Mong Lan, a poet, writer, photographer, musician, composer, dance and teacher of Argentine tango from Sugar Land,Texas.
 
Having left her native Viet Nam on the last day of the Evacuation of Saigon, Mong Lan became a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University and also was a Fulbright Fellow.  She received a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona.  She is the author of seven books of poetry and two chapbooks.  She has been anthologized and included in such anthologies as The Best American Poetry, The Pushcart Poetry:  Best Poems from 30 Years of Pushcart Poetry, and is published in such journals as North American Review, The Kenyan Review, and Iowa Review. Her visual are has been exhibited in museum such as the Dallas Museum of Art, and in galleries internationally in Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok, Bali and Buenos Aires.  She has taught and performed tango for twenty years.
Event is a featured reader and an Open Mic
Potluck beginning at 6:00 PM
Other Poets can read three short poems or two longer poems.  Also two pages of prose will be acceptable.
Light refreshments.
Donations welcomed.
Grounds are Open. Come early and visit the Arboretum.
Contact Alan Casline at acasline@aol.com for more information.
Funding to support this Reading Series comes from Rootdrinker Institute.
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