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2017 Annual Celebration Brings Garden Enthusiasts Together

On the evening of Thursday, November 9th, friends and supporters of Ithaca Children’s Garden convened to celebrate the accomplishments and impact of ICG over the past year, at ICG’s 2017 Annual Celebration. With over 60 of the Garden’s closest friends in attendance, the BorgWarner Room

Scarecrow Jubilee: “The Best One Yet!”

The perfect fall day turned into the perfect Scarecrow Jubilee on October 14th. Hundreds of visitors from near and far flocked to the Garden to soak up the sun, build scarecrows, and celebrate the season! LilySilly Puppet Theater mesmerized children with a lively performance on

Biophilia:ITHACA Forum. Tuesday, October 10

This unique educational forum – sponsored by Ithaca Children’s Garden- welcomed the community to the Just Be Cause Center on the evening of October 10th to learn about the state of Ithaca’s urban canopy. Ithaca’s City Forester Jeanne Grace spoke about trees on the city scale

The Garden Team Welcomes New Members

ICG is thrilled to announce the arrival of three new interns for the academic year; Julia, Marina, and Tyler. Julia and Tyler are both students at Ithaca College who will be interning primarily with the Garden’s communications department to keep guests, volunteers, and members updated

Forts, Dens, & Hideouts: School Break Camp

Spend the day off outside at Ithaca Children’s Garden.  Once the campfire is going it’s on to construction as we turn the Hands-On-Nature Anarchy Zone into a village for forts, dens, and hideouts.  We’ll see what’s left to harvest and cook something hearty in the Kids’

Child holding straw to fill up scarecrow

Save the Date: Scarecrow Jubilee, Oct 14, 1-4pm

What is fall without Scarecrow Jubilee at ICG?! Mark your calendars for Ithaca’s favorite fall event on October 14th from 1-4pm. Celebrate the harvest with scarecrow making, pumpkin carving, apple tasting, and so much more. Families build a scarecrow they can take home. Suggested donation