Explore the Garden

Lunchtime Wellness Series

Friday, May 18, 2018
by Elin Meliska | Director of Programs and Community Engagement

Allen Centennial Garden is committed to reconnecting Madison residents and the UW community with nature. This summer experience a holistic wellness program that seeks to improve mental health through lunchtime offerings at the Garden. Bring your lunch and enjoy different themes that will change weekly and include topics such as yoga, mindfulness and meditation, healthy eating and art--all with a horticultural twist. 

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Tags: UW Students, Classes, Green Initiatives

Welcome Boys and Girls Club

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
by Elin Meliska | Education Coordinator

You will see some new bright and shining faces if you stop by the Garden on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. The Allen Centennial Garden has partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County to host activities for future gardeners this summer. Twice a week the Garden hosts groups of children ages 6-12. While in the Garden the children get to pick and eat produce from our edible garden, make healthy smoothies using local ingredients from Eagle Heights and Super Charged Smoothies, and create tile masterpieces that will be glazed and fired by Wheel House Studios and placed throughout the Garden.

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Tags: Classes

Month of May Extravaganza

Thursday, May 26, 2016
by Roberto Leon | Marketing Coordinator

Guests gather around the Great Lawn during Open Night Mic

The month of May has been a particularly busy one in the Garden; with over 8 events held within the first couple of weeks! The Garden is happy to have welcomed many of you through the gates this May and we look forward to your return for a visit. For more information on events in the Garden, be sure to check out our Garden Calendar.

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Tags: UW Students, Classes, Garden Display and Design, Exhibits

Donated Logs From the UW Arboretum Get Second Life in the Garden

Friday, April 01, 2016
by Kaitlin McIntosh | Public Relations Intern

The Allen Centennial Garden is looking forward to a bountiful harvest of Shiitake mushrooms by as early as this fall! Thomas Bryan, a Nelson Institute Ph.D. student and greenhouse manager at Leopold Hall, partnered with the Garden and the UW Arboretum to make this exciting project happen. Longenecker Horticulture Gardens Curator, David Stevens, generously donated extra maple, beech, musclewood and crab apple tree wood for the project.

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Tags: UW Students, Classes

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