Each year at this time, talk turns to the signs of spring. Mostly our chatter is tinged with impatience, and rightly so. We are tired of winter and ready for the weather to turn to warmer thoughts and longer days. But let’s put things into a bit of historical perspective; short term historical perspective. Below […]
Wanna Play? Then join us for one of these two opportunities: Led by Pop-Up Adventure Play and hosted by the Bernheim Children at Play Initiative POP-UP ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND DAY – Russell Lee Park – Louisville Wednesday, February 26th from 1:00-5:00 p.m. For families and children of all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Free. […]
The Amazing Benefits of Play A workshop for teachers, childcare professionals, parents and anyone with a stake in exploring the value of play in the development of children. Led by Pop-Up Adventure Play and hosted by Bernheim’s Children at Play Initiative and West End School Wednesday, February 26th from 6:00-8:30 p.m. At the West End […]
At 4:44 p.m. EDT on Sunday, September 22nd fall will be here. You have a few days left to enjoy late summer at Bernheim. It doesn’t get much more beautiful than this.
Friday, September the 13th was a lucky day for us. A staff work party resulted in a new prairie planting that will grow up around Matt Weirs’ EarthMeasure sculpture that will open in October. Here are several pictures of the team that got the job done under the direction of nursery manager Renee Hutchison.
On Saturday, September 7th Bernheim helped the Portland Plays group kickstart a new playground effort at the Peoples Garden in Portland. It was an amazing day of play and we can’t wait to be a part of the next playground building day. Supported in part through the Bernheim Children at Play Initiative the Portland Plays […]
As summer finally heats up, so is the Edible Garden! It’s been a productive time at Bernheim’s Living Building Challenge construction site. Though the site is still under construction, in the past two weeks, Bernheim volunteers, interns and members of Bernheim’s horticultural staff planted the first assortment of edible plants in raised beds of the […]
Unlike the Kentucky Derby, watching spring unfold is a slow motion sport. But it’s still a sport of kings. Enjoy these six photos of the same maple tree taken over the course of 22 days.