Beginning in 1997, we have organized this one-day festival to celebrate our vital connection with plants. In the scenic setting of our arboretum, we explore unique themes, bringing them alive through exhibits, activities, crafts, music, and more. View past Judy's Days.
Judy’s Day Family Learning Festival: Food Plants of the Americas
Enjoy hands-on activities, music, storytelling and food at this fun and educational festival for all ages! Learn about food plants that are native to North, South and Central America, some of which are now grown around the world as important crops. It all takes place under tents in the beautiful outdoor setting of the F.R. Newman Arboretum.
RAIN OR SHINE!
When? Sunday, September 25, 2016; 1 - 5 p.m.
Where? F. R. Newman Arboretum
Parking: Park in Cornell's B-lot and take a shuttle to the Arboretum.
Fee: Suggested Donation $5/person
Location: Parking is at Cornell’s B-Lot off Route 366, with free shuttle bus to the Arboretum.