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Oct 09 2021


10:00 am - 12:30 pm



October Kids Club

Get into the fall season in our greenhouse for this month’s Kids Club! Your kids will:

  • Learn about what plants grow best in chilly weather
  • Meet our spooky carnivorous plants
  • Experience the science behind growing plants in the warmth of our greenhouse
We have two sessions available:
  • October 9th, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • October 9th, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

At the end of the tour, your kids will get the opportunity to make a Fall Combo planter at our Plant Bar! It is $20 for one of each of the six designs and includes a mini pumpkin!

After Kids Club there will be kid-friendly live music by Eco Elvis! He will be performing from 11 am to 1 pm.

Parents are more than welcome to come to learn with their kids! Otherwise, you can shop through the store or have lunch at Colonial Kitchen!

Please note: you only need to purchase tickets for the children attending. Parents are welcome to stay for Kids Club, or the kids can be dropped off for their session! We ask that any children who will be dropped off are at least 5 years old.
Response to COVID-19 Guidelines
As we welcome the reopening of events and activities, we want to reassure you that Colonial Gardens is abiding by all guidelines from the CDC, State of Missouri, Jackson County, and the City of Blue Springs. Some of the items to note:
  • All tables and chairs are wiped and sanitized before the event.
  • Hand Sanitizer – Available for you and other guests upon arrival or at any point during the event
  • Limited Tickets – We are issuing a limited number of tickets to the event so that we may remain in compliance and enable an accurate count of guests.
  • Social Distancing – We will seat kids 6 feet apart from others. If tickets were purchased in groups, we will seat those kids in pods 6 feet apart from others.
Our staff is eager to share this unique experience and knowledge with you. For any questions or concerns, please contact Jillian, at jillian.h@colonialgardenskc.com.

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