Special Events at the Garden
Bus Trip to NYBG and Untermyer Gardens
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Bus leaves the Garden at 8:15 am and returns approximately 5:30 pm
Fee: $85 for members, $100 for non-members or guests.
See breathtaking works of art by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly at New York Botanical Garden. Dale Chihuly is an American glass sculptor whose works are considered unique in the field of blown glass, “moving it into the realm of large-scale sculpture.” This exhibition showcases approximately 20 installations and includes drawings and early works that reveal the evolution and development of Chihuly’s artistic process during his celebrated career. We will be on our own to view the sculptures, visit the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, take a tram ride, and visit the Garden’s wonderful gift shop. The Garden has one year-round café, The Pine Tree Café located in the Visitor Center, or you may wish to bring your lunch which can be eaten only in the designated picnic areas.
At 1:00 p.m., we will board the bus and head to Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers, New York, for a 90-minute guided tour. This garden is like no other. Established in the early 1900’s, it had been left for years as a mystical grand ruin. It is haunting to see this stunning Indo-Persian styled architecture in these times with its strong fortress walled garden and towers in each corner, its cross-cross axis of canals and paths, and a round open top Greek-style temple looking out onto a dramatic view of the Hudson River and the Palisades. Please wear sturdy shoes for this tour.
The 48th Annual Spring Plant Sale
Just in time for Mother's Day!
Friday, May 12th and Saturday, May 13th
10 am – 4 pm, rain or shine
Annuals – Perennials – Herbs – Hanging Baskets Trees & Shrubs – Vegetables
- Attic Treasures
- Garden Gift Shop
- Tea Room
- Art Show
- CBG Honey
New for 2017! – Farm Stand Selling Organic Locally Grown Produce
Bioferm for sale! – “Black Gold” for your garden
» Download the plant sale flyer (PDF)
Bridge & Card Party Fundraiser
Monday, May 22, 2017
12 noon at Clark House
$25 per person
- Sandwiches, coffee, tea and dessert
- Followed by your game, e.g. Social Bridge, Canasta, Mahjong, Scrabble, etc.
- Raffle prizes
Tell your friends, organize your group of four, and send in the form with one check in the amount of $100. If you are unable to complete a table, we may be able to help.
Seating Limited, Sign Up Now! Reservations are due by May 8.
» Download the registration form (PDF)
2017 Clark Botanic Garden Concert Series
Information & questions call TNH; (516) 869-6311.
Tuesday nights, 7 pm
Free Admission; Bring a chair and enjoy!
Plaza Theatrical Productions presents “MADAGASCAR: The Musical”
Families with children are invited to arrive early bring a picnic and color/paint animal masks that they can display and wear during the performance.
Annual Folk Night Festival
David Sear, renowned folk singer, followed by the legendary, popular folk singer, Tom Chapin, winner of three Grammy Awards for folk music for children. And With a brief appearance by Willow.
Concert & A Movie Night
July 25, concert begins at 7 pm, movie immediately follows (rain date Thursday, July 27, 7 pm)
Instrumental Popular Music Night
The Five Towns College Pops under the baton of the Maestro, Dean Karahalis.
Followed by the movie Dirty Dancing on the big screen as we celebrate the Thirty Year anniversary of this Patrick Swayze; Jennifer Gray movie.August 1 (rain date Thursday, August 3, 7 pm)
Arts in the Garden
Dance Visions, NY plus art show with displays of art works in the garden.
Dance Vision will perform the ballet of Isadora Duncan, “mother of modern dance.” The performance is hosted and narrated by actress and TV personality, Shirley Romaine.
August 8 (rain date Thursday, August 10, 7 pm)
Pops in the Garden
North Shore Pops Concert Band, a Long Island favorite for 22 years playing Broadway’s best; Hollywood themes; light classical and marches.
Annual Fund Drive
Clark Botanic Garden needs your help.
Please help us maintain our programs and preserve the Clark legacy as a thriving botanic garden by contributing to the Clark Botanic Garden Annual Fund. The garden's success is directly dependent on your generosity.