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Judy’s Day Festival celebrates plants and their families on September 30

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Join us on Sunday September 30 for our Judy’s Day Family Festival, themed “Plants Have Families Too" in the beautiful setting of the F. R. Newman Arboretum.

This unique and fun festival will celebrate the fascinating lineage of plant families.
Join us on Sunday, September 30, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., for hands-on activities, tastings, story sharing, music and more to  learn about plants and their families.

Be awed by lycopodium magic, greet the grain goddesses, skip with the spurges, play music with the cucurbits, print flower pigments, taste orchid ice cream, share plant stories, decorate daisy fairy houses, paint a mural, and crawl through a carboniferous forest!

This unique festival is held outside under tents in the beautiful setting of the F.R. Newman Arboretum --- rain or shine. For kids of all ages!

Suggested donation $5/ person
FREE Parking at Cornell’s B-Lot off Route 366, with a shuttle bus to the Arboretum.