Events Calendar

Tuesday, March 5 2024

March 5, 2024 - 10:30am - 11:30am

Tuesdays in the Garden

2024 Winter Session (January 9-February 27): Select Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am
2024 Spring Session (March 5-May 28): Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

Tuesdays in the Garden, designed for children aged 1-3, provides a nurturing environment where children’s curiosity and wonder are extended through play and exploration, and children and their caregivers learn and discover side-by-side. Join art educators Claudia Orjuela and Denice Niebuhr for hands-on art making and all-senses-engaged exploration of the outdoor world at Lynden. We’ll consider different themes, each designed to connect Lynden’s environment with children’s interests. We will encourage experimentation and the manipulation of art and natural materials to tell stories, solve problems, and develop relationships.

Fee: $16/$12 members for one adult and one child.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration does not guarantee admission. Once we receive your completed registration form, we will follow up via e-mail with an invoice for payment – or a notification that you've been added to the waitlist – and a confirmation after payment is received. Register online now.

To view a list of the session themes, click here.

March 5, 2024 - 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Tuesdays, March 5-March 26, 2024- 12:30-1:20 pm
at United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay
819 E. Silver Spring Dr.
Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Fee: $40
Registration: View the course listing at and click here to register. The Lynden course is listed under the NATURE'S WONDERS section as "Lynden Sculpture Garden - 1". Phone registration available at 414-292-0960.

Four Faces of Lynden at the North Shore School for Seniors

Lynden Sculpture Garden staff pop up at the North Shore School for Seniors for a four-week course on some of Lynden’s many facets. We’ll look at Lynden’s history and world-class sculpture collection (week 1); the natural world at Lynden, with a focus on edible weeds (week 2); Lynden’s apiary, an artist-led project that explores the curious and generous patterns of honey bees (week 3); and the HOME refugee program, one of many ways Lynden works with local communities to create and share experiences at the intersection of art, nature, and culture (week 4).

About the Instructors
Lynden Sculpture Garden staff teaching this course include Jeremy Stepien, Director of Education; Alyx Christensen and Esther Portnoy, Associate Land Managers; Rudy Medina, Sculpture Conservation/Facilities and Gallery Manager; and Kim Khaira, who facilitates our HOME refugee program. Rudy and Alyx, as the art collective Open Kitchen, are also artists in residence at Lynden.

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