The community is invited to participate in these free classes at Key Biscayne’s first neighborhood park, called 401 Hampton Lane Park. These classes will take place outside, so don’t forget to wear sun protection—sunscreen and a hat—and bring a water bottle. Click here to view the park's location. Classes are free and open to the public. Registration is not required.
FLORA & FAUNA IN THE GARDEN
Saturday, September 28 from 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Come take a botanical tour of Key Biscayne’s first neighborhood park. Arielle Simon, who was the park’s horticultural adviser during its creation and is a certified horticulturist and landscape inspector, will teach you about the plants in the landscape and the pollinators and other wildlife that they support. You will learn about our native butterflies and their host plants, how to attract birds to your yard, and much more. For more information, please contact Arielle Simon at Arielle@arielleinthegarden.com
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PARK:
GRANT FROM FLORIDA COMMUNITY TRUST PARTIALLY REIMBURSES VILLAGE FOR 401 HAMPTON LANE PARK (January 31, 2019)
401 Hampton: The Evolution of a Park (Dec 1, 2016)