Under the Dome www.buffalogardens.com
Issue 2 - 2014
Photo by: Nancy Boeck Photo Contest Winner 2013
The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Society, Inc. 2655 South Park Ave - Buffalo, NY 14218 - 716.827.1584 - www.buffalogardens.com Mission: The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is a living museum dedicated to advancing appreciation for and knowledge of plant life and its connection to people and cultures through its documented living plant collection, historic conservatory, education, research and exhibits.
Open daily (Monday - Sunday) from 10am-5pm
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Starting September 1 - Admission Prices: $9 Adults - $8 Seniors (55+) - $8 Students (13+ with ID) $5 Kids 3-12 - Members & kids 2 and under are free!
Gift Shop Volunteers Needed! You don’t need to have a green thumb to volunteer in our Gift Shop. We are looking for volunteers who are outgoing and enjoy working with people. We offer training and a fun place to volunteer! Just another unique way to give back to the Gardens. Please contact Karen at 827.1584 ext. 207 or Denise at ext. 209 for more information.
Kids’ Botanical Birthday Parties Celebrate your child’s special day with a birthday party here at the Gardens! Parties are tailored for kids ages 4-12 and include a take-home craft, garden activities and time for food and presents. New themes and catering options for 2014! Call Jolene at 827.1584 ext. 292 for more info.
David J. Swarts, President/CEO Officers Chairman Miche C. Needham, CPA, Lumsden & McCormick, LLP Vice Chairman Ed Dore, Dore Landscape Associates Inc. Secretary Rose Ann Dulski, Honeywell International Inc. Treasurer Bryan DeBroka, HSBC Bank USA
2014 Board of Directors
2655 South Park Ave - Buffalo, NY 14218 716.827.1584 - www.buffalogardens.com
At Large Members
Dr. Maria Rita P. Andaya Gordon Ballard, Ad Stuff Promotional Products Henry Burns Diane Chrisman Lawrence E. Christ, LiteLab, Inc. Joseph Del Vecchio, National Fuel Resources, Inc. Thomas Gaffney, Esq., Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP Richard F. Griffin, Esq., Kavinoky Cook, LLP Peter Heffley, Canisius College Elizabeth Holden, Hodgson Russ Stephanie M. Karnas, M&T Bank Lynn Kozinski, Medaille College Elizabeth Licata, Buffalo Spree Magazine Francesca B. Mesiah, Kaleida Health David McIntyre, Unilock Kevin Neumaier Patricia O’Connor, Mercy Skilled Nursing Facility Cathy Paladino, Ellicott Development Company Adam J. Poole, CPA, Freed Maxick & Battaglia, CPAs, PC Sara Root, Eric Mower and Associates Claire Schen, Ph.D., University of Buffalo Michael Shadrack, WNY Hosta Society Barbara Tomasi, Stahlka Agency Immediate Past Chair - Mary Ann Kresse
Ex-Officio Directors Patricia E. Connolly, Representative of the Legislature Chairman Thomas Herrera-Mishler, Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy Joseph McMahon, Representative of the Erie County Executive Troy Schinzel, Commissioner of Erie County Parks Director Emeritus - Florence DaLuiso-Zoll
Summer Sweepstakes - $20 per ticket 10 chances to win with each ticket! $2,500 Grand Prize!
Don’t miss your chance to win exciting cash and prizes during this year’s Summer Sweepstakes! Tickets will be available beginning June 1 at the Botanical Gardens’ Gift Shop, online at www.buffalogardens.com, or by phone at 827.1584 ext. 207. Winners will be drawn on September 1, 2014! Horticulture Program
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The Education Department has been going through quite a few changes over the past year. We have added new programs for children and adults, aligned our field trip programs to the Common Core Standards and have new additions to our department staff.
This inside garden provides a place for safe, meaningful play and discovery as children of all ages and abilities explore the wonders of the plant world and the importance of eating healthy.
Kristy Blakely, Mary Clark & Jolene Bojar
Kristy Blakely joined the Gardens in 2012 as the Education Coordinator and was promoted when past Director of Education, Lynn Weiser, retired in June of last year. She has a B.S. from SUNY-ESF (The College of Environmental Science and Forestry) in Environmental and Forest Biology and a Masters in Science Education from Syracuse University. She also holds NYS Initial Certification in 7-12 Biology and has certification for Early Childhood Education. She loves plants and teaching others about science, so the Gardens was a perfect fit! Jolene Bojar, the Education Coordinator was promoted from the Education Assistant position last July. She has a B.A. from University of Buffalo and received her Masters from Canisius. She holds NYS Initial Certification in 7-12 Mathematics with an extension for Grades 5-6. She is also involved in the community as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. Mary Clark is the newest member of the Education Department staff. She was hired as our Education Assistant in November. She is a SUNYESF, alum as well! Mary has a B.S. and loves learning about plants ever since she took a Dendrology class in college. She loves working with kids and spending her days in a tropical plant paradise! This new team has been very busy making sure school children have meaningful and memorable trips to the Gardens as well as adding new public programming. New additions include Science Cafés, Kids Day and Botany Camp.
Tributes & Dedications - A gift to the Botanical Gardens is a
thoughtful and touching way to remember a loved one, honor a special person, offer gratitude, or commemorate a special occasion. Gifts can celebrate marriages, births, retirements, anniversaries, or memorialize a beloved friend or family member. Tribute gifts made in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one are recognized with either a notification card sent to the honoree, or in the case of memorial gifts, sent to a family member or friend. Dedications can be given in memory of or in honor of a loved one, and a minimum gift amount is required. Dedication gifts of $150 or more can be beautifully recognized at the Gardens with the purchase of a brick or paver in our Gardens. Additionally, we can offer donors the opportunity to… - Dedicate an existing shrub, tree or garden bed - Select an indoor or outdoor bench and create an inscribed dedication - Plant a new tree - Honoree’s name inscribed on a stone monument in our Peace Garden Please contact the development department at 827.1584 ext. 203 for more information about our Tribute Program.
Saturday Kids’ Hands-On Programming 11am-1pm, Included with admission, Kids 4-10 May 10 - Mother’s Day Herb Pots May 17 - Spilt Milk *See Medicinal Garden Feature the same day! May 24 - World Oral Health Day May 31 - Very Hungry Caterpillar June 7 - Butterfly Food June 14 - Father’s Day Seed Frame Mosaic June 21 - Summer Solstice Mosquito Repellent June 28 - Hummingbird Feeders July 5 - Independence Day Flag Snacks Providing a safe learning July 12 - Attract a Ladybug environment for children is July 19 - Candy Campfire important. All activities are peanut-allergy friendly July 26 - Lemonade Fizz August 2 - Cycled Water August 9 - Fruit and Seed Match August 16 - Creamy Coconut Playdough August 23 - Potato and Apple Taste Test August 30 - Labor Day Closer Look at a Gardener - Meet a Gardener! September 6 - Natural Yarn Dye September 13 - Cheerio Bird Feeder September 20 - Autumn Equinox Leaf Prints September 27 - Yeast Balloon Sunday Kids’ Hands-On Programs - May 25 and September 28 only 11am-1pm, Included with admission, Kids 4-12
Celebrate! “The ceremony and reception
were adorned with the natural elegance only the Botanical Gardens could provide, both inside and out. The Botanical Gardens offer the perfect venue to transition each portion of our wedding day easily from one to the next, starting our day with a beautiful ceremony in the outdoor garden and continuing to our reception in the conservatory. No need to spend money on additional lighting or decorations, as the dome itself is already designed to exhibit a perfect ambiance for your evening. The day went absolutely perfect, and every detail was taken care of for us by the excellent staff. We couldn't have imagined a more beautiful and unique place in Buffalo to celebrate our marriage.”
Devin & Lauren Zelasko - 8.3.2013
Wedding season is upon us, and we are ready to help couples celebrate! We added a gazebo to our outdoor peace garden, which will offer that extra special touch. Even if it rains, you will still have a beautiful ceremony inside the conservatory. Contact us today at 827.1584 ext. 219 or email@example.com.
Burchfield Botanicals at the Burchfield Penny Art Center. Between 1908 and 1911 Charles E. Burchfield (1893-1967) created nearly 500
botanical sketches of different wildflowers and plants he found around his childhood home. Using books from the local library, he identified and documented these plants along with the locations where he found them. These sketches, which to a large extent predate the artist’s journals, are an important document of Burchfield’s early fascination with the natural world. This exhibition, on view from June 13-November 9, features Burchfield masterworks which demonstrate the artist’s passion for nature, paired with the botanical sketches and objects from the Marchand Wildflower Collection at the Buffalo Museum of Science. Paul Marchand, well known throughout the world for his meticulous work, created “scientifically accurate and artistically superb casts of flowers and mushrooms.” The exhibition is organized by the Burchfield Penney Art Center in collaboration with Garden Walk Buffalo, the Botanical Gardens, the Buffalo Museum of Science and the National Garden Festival. Visit www.BurchfieldPenney.org. *See Science Café: Illuminate on September 23
Calendar of Programs & Events
Kids Art Classes
KA3 - May 10, 24, 31 KAA - September 27, October 11, 18 KAB - November 1,8,15 KAC - December 6, 13, 22 9-10:30am, GM & NM $35 per series or $13 per class Allow your children to express themselves through creativity in art! These multi-medium classes are for kids ages 5-15. A piece of art will be completed at each class. Taught by Joan Saba, professional artist and teacher. All supplies are provided.
Adult Watercolor Classes
WC4 - April 28, May 5, 12, 19 WCA- September 8, 15, 22, 29 WCB - October 20, 27, November 3, 17 WCC - December 1, 8, 15, 22 8:45-10:45am, GM $60 or $17 per class, NM $66 or $18 per class Both novice and veteran artists are welcome! This wonderful class, taught by Joan Saba, professional artist and teacher, does fill up quickly; pre-registration (series or per class) is required as space is limited. Students may also register online. Call 716-827-1584 ext. 291 or 292 for a list of suggested supplies.
Saturday Tree Tour - May 10, May 31, June 7, 21, July 12, 26,
August 9, 23 & September 13 9-10:30am, $5 per person, per tour Get to know some of the many tree species in the South Park Arboretum with Kristy Blakely, Director of Education. Wear comfortable shoes/boots and be prepared to get muddy. We will not be walking far. Walks begin at various locations along the Ring Road, eventually completing the loop! Meet and park along the South Park Ring Road - Look for the Tree Tour sign!
Honey Bee Festival - May 3
10am-3:30pm GM, Master Gardeners and students $10, NM $15 10am - Vendor Fair Check out all the offerings folks have available, from honey samples to beekeeping supplies, sure to “bee” a hit with all! 11am - Lecture - Dr. Reed Johnson Dr. Johnson is an Assistant Professor from the Department of Entomology at the Ohio State University. He will speak on honeybees and pesticides-a topic of current interest and concern! A question and answer period follows the lecture. 12-12:30pm - Lunch - Grab some lunch and visit the vendors! 12:30 & 2pm - Film Screening: More than Honey or Guided Visit: the Gardens’ demonstration beehive Children’s honeybee activities in the Wegmans Family Garden - 10am-12pm
William Smyers - May 17 - August 11
THE ARCANGEL GALLERY Included with admission Dark Star - peaceful and reflective images of my view of the world around us and the beauty it holds. Bringing light to darkness and the darkness to light I have unearthed the deep riches of natural beauty buried in history of our pasts.
Medicinal Garden Feature - May 17
10am-2pm - Included with admission Arthritis Awareness & Osteoporosis Awareness & Prevention Month - May Activities include; educational presentations and displays about prevention, identification and treatment of arthritis and osteoporosis; botanical displays of plants from which current medications are derived from and which future medications are being researched. From 10am12pm, Independent Nursing Care will provide blood pressure screening and from 10am-2pm The M. Steven Piver MD Center for Women’s Health and Wellness will provide bone density screenings.
National Teacher Appreciation Day - May 6
3-5pm - Free for educators (with ID) In appreciation of all that teachers do the Gardens offers free admission to all area educators. Simply show your school ID badge and enjoy a mini-tour with Education staff and volunteers!
Adult Drawing Classes
D3 - May 7, 14, 21, 28 D1 - September 10, 17, 24, October 1 D2 - October 8, 15, 22, 29 D3 - November 5, 12, December 10, 17 8:45-10:45am, GM $60 or $17 per class, NM $66 or $18 per class You don’t need much more than paper, pencils and an eraser to create beautiful drawings under the tutelage of Joan Saba, professional artist and teacher. All skill levels are welcome! Be sure to catch the Arcangel Gallery showing October 11-November 23 with work featured from students in these classes!
Bonsai Show - May 17-18
by The Buffalo Bonsai Society and the Gardens 10am-5pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids 2 and under are free! Bonsai masters and novices display their prized trees at their peak. Do not miss this once-a-year opportunity to see these meticulously manicured trees all in one place.
Science Café: Indulge - Delectable Botanical Luxuries
Black Friday - Spent Spring Bulb Sale - May 9
8am - $8 per bag - We are pulling thousands of bulbs and they all must go! We provide a bag and you fill it - limit 3 bags per person! Sale is in the garage behind the Gardens.
National Public Gardens Day - May 9
10am-5pm - $1 & Members and kids under 3 are free. National Public Gardens Day is a national day of celebration to raise awareness of America’s public gardens and their important role in environmental stewardship and awareness, plant and water conservation, and education in communities nationwide.
The Great Plant Sale - May 17-18 May 16 - 4-7pm - Members and Volunteers Only!
Open to the Public May 17-18, 9am-4pm Free admission to the sale in the Administration Building - Don’t miss the Greatest Plant Sale of the year! Highlights include:
May 8, 6:30-8pm, GM $22, NM $25 Chocolate, wine, coffee, tea and perfume are just some of the treats we create from the botanical world. Grab a few friends and join our Director of Education on an exciting and fun exploration into plants that pamper! Includes light refreshments, beer and wine. A mini-tour of the Gardens follows the presentation. Pre-registration is required. Next Science Café: Illuminate - September 23
Hanging baskets - Ornamental trees & shrubs Japanese Maples - Rare and unusual plants Unusual ornamentals - Native plants Tropical plants - Annuals - Perennials And much, much more!! Soil testing by Cornell Cooperative Extension May 16 4-7pm, May 17 & 18 9am-12pm. Check our website for more info www.buffalogardens.com
9:30am, GM $18 per bag, NM $22 per bag Give your garden a lift and join us as we plant a 21” flower pouch full of colorful plants. As flowers or herbs fill in-watch as they bring garden beauty to your fence, your gate or wherever you choose. You may wish to bring a flattened cardboard box to transport your creation safely home. Pre-registration is required.
Hosta Show - June 22
Dazzling Flower Pouch - May 24
Horticulture III & IV - Spring Semester
11am-1pm, GM $22 per class, NM $27 per class These classes, at the end of the spring semester, will provide more in-depth gardening information and focus on many popular and relevant topics. Walk-Ins are welcome! HCP III 304 - May 31 - Intro to Sustainable Landscaping HCP IV 404 - June 7 - Gardening for Wildlife: Creating a National Wildlife Foundation Certified Wildlife Habitat
9am-12pm, GM $95 or $19 per day, NM $105 or $21 per day Kids ages 5-12. Join us for artistic fun! Pre-registration is required and camp forms are due the Wednesday before each camp week. AC 1 - July 7-11 - Multi-medium AC 2 - July 14-18 - Painting AC 3 - July 21-25 - Drawing AC 4 - August 4-8 - Painting AC 5 - August 11-15 - Drawing Advanced Art Camp - Students ages 10-16 with previous art experience AAC 1 - July 28-Aug 1 - Multi-Medium AAC 2 - August 18-22 - Multi-Medium
Garden Railway Exhibit - June 7 - July 6
Brought to you by the Western New York Garden Railway Society 10am-5pm - Included with admission
TWO train exhibits! Thomas the Train and a traditional set-up will be a part of the magical family fun.
Yoga at the Gardens
Summer - June 4, 11, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13 No class June 18 Fall - September 10, 17, 24, October 1, 8, 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19
Junior Botanist Camp
Monarch Madness! - June 8
10am-5pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids 2 and under are free! Welcome our monarch butterflies to their new exhibit at the Gardens! Fun butterfly and pollinator activities will be taking place. Make friends with a butterfly and walk through an enclosure set up inside the Gardens with the folks from the Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm in Clarence, NY. The Monarchs will be on display at the Gardens for several weeks this summer.
No class October 15
5:30-6:45pm, $100 per 10 week session, $15 each individual class Free to eligible BlueCross BlueShield members
Celebration of Coleus & Color - June 14 - July 27
10am-5pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids 2 and under are free! We are adding more color and tons of fabulous coleus! From our front walkway, outdoor perennial shrub garden to our indoor tropical paradise... the Gardens will be bursting with color!
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9am-4pm, GM $150 per week or $30 per day, NM $160 per week or $32 per day. Pre-registration is required. Campers staying for both camps will need to bring a bagged lunch.
Ann Parker - August 17 - October 5
THE ARCANGEL GALLERY Included with admission Water and Glass - Shimmering pools, cascading fountains, glass reaching to the sky, silver-toned and green-gray succulents, all have been captured in Ann Parker’s photographic display of the Botanical Gardens. Using macro, zoom, and wide angle lenses, Ann’s photos show intricate details of plants, reflections in the pools, glass with light and shadow, and abstract, inverse images of garden objects. Her Water and Glass exhibit showcases color, form, lines and angles, fluidity and motion.
Starry Night in the Garden - June 18
Hosta, Daylily & Iris Sale - August 23
6-9pm, Tickets - $45, VIP Tickets - $100 Join Star 102.5 and the Gardens to celebrate the beautiful Botanical Gardens. Popular musical groups, local restaurants, wineries and breweries come together to party into the night to benefit the Gardens. Go to www.mystar1025.com for more information and go to www.tickets.com to purchase tickets!
12:30pm-4pm, GM $95 or $19 per day, NM $105 or $21 per day Kids ages 5-12 will become Junior Botanists for the week; exploring the Gardens, learning about plants, playing games, making a plant to take home and other fun activities. Preregistration is required and camp forms are due the Wednesday before each camp week. BC 1 - July 7-11 - Wild and Wacky Water BC 2 - July 14-18 - Birds, Bats, Bees and Butterflies: Pollinators BC 3 - July 21-25 - Crunch, Plants We Munch: Edible Garden BC 4 - August 4-8 - Plants and our Planet BC 5 - August 11-15 - Survival Adventure Horticulture Camp - Students ages 10-16 ABC 4 - July 28-Aug 1 - Basic gardening and plant fun! ABC 2 - August 18-22 - Basic gardening and plant fun!
Full Day Art & Botany Camp - Join both camps and save! New!
Gentle hatha yoga, designed for all ages and fitness levels. Led by Leanne Oldenbrook from Crescent Moon Yoga. To register for one or all sessions, contact Leanne at 864.1194 or firstname.lastname@example.org or go online www.cmyoga.com
10am-4pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids 2 and under are free! by the Western New York Hosta Society A very unique show! Hundreds of single hosta leaves (not the flowers) will be displayed in vases and grouped by size and color and judges will analyze each leaf for awards. There will also be potted hostas on display and with so many different varieties and cultivars, visitors will be amazed by the diversity. Throughout the show experts and enthusiasts will be available to answer questions and offer advice on growing these beautiful plants.
9am-3pm - Free admission to the sale in the Administration Building Perennial gardeners will be amazed at the huge variety of hostas, daylilies and irises offered for sale by local specialist plant societies. Hundreds of plants will be offered, many new and exciting varieties and cultivars as well as popular garden favorites, at very competitive prices. Throughout the day experts and enthusiasts will be available to answer questions and offer advice about selecting and growing these choice garden plants.
Starting September 1 - Admission Prices: $9 Adults - $8 Seniors (55+) - $8 Students (13+ with ID) $5 Kids 3-12 - Members and kids 2 and under are free!
Succulent Show - September 6 - October 5
10am-5pm - A visitor FAVORITE! This show will feature many different types of cacti and succulents displayed in very unique ways. We will showcase many unusual or not so common plants such as Echeverias, Aeoniums and Euphorbias. New designs this year will include some whimsical surprises!
Horticulture I & II Certificate Classes - Fall Semester
11am-1pm, GM $105 or $20 per class, NM $130 or $25 per class David Clark, Horticulture Educator. David is fast becoming one of the country’s noted garden speakers! Join him for an entertaining garden education for beginners or gardeners wishing to brush up on their skills. Those who take the entire series will be presented with a certificate upon completion. Horticulture I HCP I - 101 - September 13 - Botany 101 HCP I - 102 - October 4 - Plant Propagation HCP I - 103 -November 1 - Pest Management and Disease HCP I - 104 - November 15 - Shrubs and Trees *Includes a tree tour HCP I - 105 - January 10 - Annuals and Perennials HCP I – 106 - January 17 - Garden Design Horticulture II HCP II - 201 - September 20 - Soil Science * Bring your soil for testing HCP II - 202 - October 11 - Advanced Plant Propagation HCP II - 203 - November 8 - Practical Principals of Pruning HCP II - 204 - November 22 - Hydroponics HCP II - 205 - January 27 - Water Gardening HCP II - 206 - January 31 - Introduction to Landscape Design
Samantha Gelsomino - Photo Contest Winner 2013
Digital Photo Contest Photos Due December 31 Adult (18+) Teens (12-17) Youth (Under 12)
All photos will be considered for the following two awards: President’s Pick Cover of the Gardens’ Next Newsletter Photos submitted in each age range will be considered for the following awards: Best Use of Shadows and Light Most Unusual Vantage Point Best Use of Color Most Artistic Best Use of Macro Photography GM First entry free, each additional $6 NM - Each entry $8
Go to www.buffalogardens.com for an entry form
Preksha Arora Photo Contest 2013
Awesome “Mossome” Terrariums - September 16
6:15pm, GM $25, NM $30 Create a miniature moss garden. These easy to care for mini ecosystems have gained popularity in the gardening and home décor world. We’ll provide glassware, moss and other supplies as well as tips to care for these tiny plants. Bring a pair of gloves and a box for transport.
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Science Café: Illuminate: Science and Art through ‘Burchfield Botanicals’ - September 23
6:30-8pm, GM $22, NM $25 - Join Tullis Johnson, Curator and Manager of Archives at the Burchfield Penney Art Center for a delightful presentation intersecting science and art through the works of Charles E. Burchfield. Includes light refreshments, beer and wine. A mini-tour of the Gardens follows the presentation. Pre-registration is required.
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Gala at the Gardens - September 26
6pm-8pm - Cocktails, Garden Tours, Silent Auction 8pm - Dinner Presentation, Mission Moment, Live Auction Save the date for this year’s Gala in the Gardens! Join Co-Chairs Jackye Mandell and Cheryl Lyles for an evening of gratitude and friendship surrounded by the beauty of the Gardens. For sponsorship and ticket information, please contact the development department at 827.1584 ext. 203.
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