Hot House Series

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A selection of new programs designed by the Education Team to limber up your MIND, BODY and SOUL.

MIND

  • HortiCULTURE Salon Series
    An intimate lecture held in the Weston Family Library, followed by a moderated discussion to encourage audience participation. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be on hand. [...more]
  • Talking Books
    Before attending the Edwards Lecture, from 6:45 to 7 p.m., come and enjoy an enlightening discussion of resources in the Weston Family Library. [...more]
  • Storytime & Kids Book Club
    The Kids Book Club is a fun and friendly way for budding book lovers to get excited about reading. Each week, kids meet in the Weston Family Library to choose books for their reading list, chat about their favourite reads, and win prizes when they reach their reading goals. FREE [starting in soon]
  • Gardening on the Web
    Informative, intimate, and in-depth tutorials for gardeners interested in learning what the World Wide Web has to offer. [...more]

 

SOUL

  • Art Gallery Opening in the Weston Family Library
    This art gallery opening event officially marks the move from the boardroom to the library. Wine and cheese will be on offer. Mid May, 7 to 8 p.m. FREE
  • Shop and Dine at the TBG
    Special themed dining and shopping experiences compliment the topics presented at the Edwards Lecture Series. Don’t forget to explore the Weston Family Library too. [...more]

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Aldona Satterthwaite started gardening as a child and has never stopped. Until recently, she was the executive director of Toronto Botanical Garden. Previously, Aldona was editor-in-chief of Canadian Gardening magazine, which during her eight-year tenure was twice named Magazine of the Year (large circulation category) by the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors. In 2007, she was co-named Editor of the Year. Aldona, who’s a Master Gardener, completed her journalism studies at the Regent Street Polytechnic (now Westminster University) in London, England and studied landscape architecture at Ryerson University. She’s enjoyed a varied and successful writing and editing career that has spanned magazines, advertising and the museum world, and has included stints as Director of Writing Services at The Museum of Modern Art, New York and as manager of creative services at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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