May 11 is National Public Gardens Day. Maybe you’ve never heard of it, but you definitely want to know about it.
Why? Well, because across the nation on National Public Gardens Day public parks, botanical gardens, arboretums and other community garden sites will be offering free admission to visitors to mark the day.
National Public Gardens Day is a day of awareness where visitors can learn about the roles public gardens play in our world. Here in Lake County, Ohio, The Holden Arboretum will be open with no admission for guests to enjoy a day learning about endangered plants and trees, landscaping and other programs offered by The Holden Arboretum – or just to take a walk down any of the trails and take-in Mother Nature.
So what do you say? It doesn’t get much better than free fun, fresh air and sunshine!
For more information please call 440-946-4400.