Special Interest Classes and Travel
Our Special Interest programs give you an opportunity to try your hand at a new hobby.
Learn how to use herbs and plants from the garden to create products for the bath or home, turn a lovely bouquet of flowers into a beautiful arrangement or get back to nature by learning how to become a bird watcher. Whichever program you choose, you are sure to enjoy connecting with nature and sharing your new talents with friends.
Two Classes - Same Day
9 - 11 a.m.
12 - 2 p.m. - SOLD OUT
$80 ($72 for Members)
Emily Riggert, Oil & Cotton
Enjoy turning your glass bottles into functional glassware. Students should bring six cylindrical glass bottles with you, and remove all labels beforehand. Get ready, this technique is addictive!
Day Trips From Dallas – Falster Farm
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
$125 ($113 for Members)
This summer, grab a friend and join us for a day-long adventure outside the city. Our first trip will include a tour of Falster Farm, a family-owned sustainable farm and cattle ranch. We will enjoy a chef-prepared lunch before heading off to Jersey Girls Milk Company and then a final stop at Stella Bella Winery. Space is limited.
9 - 11 a.m.
$90 ($81 for Members)
Cynthia Koogler, Flower Child Plants
Create a one of a kind work of art using Tillandsia plants artfully displayed in a frame that you can hang just about anywhere.
June 4, 9-11 am
$45 ($40 for Members)
Dustin Miller, Dallas Arboretum Children’s Program Manager
As we tidy our lawns, we take away habitats for little critters in our landscape. Create a one-of-a-kind work of art to beautify your backyard using natural materials from the garden artfully arranged to attract the right insects to your yard.
Vertical Succulent Garden
June 18, 9-11am
$110 ($99 for Members)
Steven Chamblee, Chandor Gardens
In this hands-on class, learn to design and construct a vertical, wall-hanging garden frame and fill it with beautiful succulent plants. You will go home with a one-of-a-kind work of living art.
The Galápagos: Natural & Cultural History
An Exclusive Learning Adventure for
Members of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
New dates for 2017! August 24 - September 3
The Dallas Arboretum in partnership with Road Scholar will offer Members of the Arboretum an in-depth experience to the Galápagos Islands. Study unique animal and plant species on this small ship voyage exploring one of the world’s most extraordinary settings — the Galápagos Islands. Encounter the fascinating wildlife that inspired Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Very limited space is available on this learning adventure. Please direct questions to email@example.com