Our fun and informative programs are are free of charge and open to all, unless otherwise noted. Please see the calendar below for a full schedule.

During January, February and March, our programs are held on Zoom so you can attend from the comfort of home. Please register in advance to attend these fantastic webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join.

Please click the title of each event to register!


Click here to view past recorded programs on our YouTube channel.



‘The Nature of Oaks’ with Doug Tallamy

Douglas Tallamy, T. A. Baker Professor of Agriculture in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, will discuss topics from his most recent book, The Nature of Oaks.  Oaks sustain a complex and fascinating web of wildlife and Dr. Tallamy will explore the seasonal cycles of life, death, and renewal […]

‘Gardens for All’ with Irene Barber via Zoom

Irene Barber, Adult Education & Horticultural Therapy Program Manager of the (beautiful!) Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens will discuss how professionals worldwide are expanding opportunities for people of all economic and physical abilities to engage in gardening.

‘All About Dahlias’ with Sean Corenki via Zoom

Sean Corenki, Manager of the Gardener’s Center in Darien, is back by popular demand.  He will discuss some of the many varieties of these gorgeous flowers, when and how to plant them, and how to over-winter them. Click on the Event Title to register for this Zoom event.