Upcoming Events

Gardening & Insects
Home Gardening Series: 2020 SERIES

First Sundays, 2:00 – 3:00 PM

Learn from Reiman Gardens staff about topics pertinent to home gardeners of any experience level. Classes meet the first Sunday of each month – register for the series to receive a huge discount!
Preregistration is encouraged by Thursday, January 2.

SERIES: $170 Members / $215 General Public / $145 ISU Students
[PER CLASS: $16 Members / $20 General Public / $13.60 ISU Students]

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Therapeutic Horticulture
Floral Design: 2020 PICK-4

Third Tuesdays, 6:30 – 7:30 PM

Learn the basics of floral design from State Fair Master Flower Show judge and floral designer Sandy Gossman while creating beautiful arrangements to take home. Each month features a different style of arrangement, from vase designs to centerpieces, to contemporary designs using structural oasis. Learn the tips and skills used by professionals and create own one-of-a-kind floral designs. Take one class or pick four for a generous discount!

PICK 4 TOPICS:
March - Sticks & Stones: Ikebana Inspired Designs
April - Potted Topiaries
May - Dirty Dozen: Vase Displays
June - Everything Green: Monochromatic Arrangements
July - Wildflower Arrangements
August - Edible as Ornament: Unexpected Arrangements
September - Cute Cubes!
October - Spooky Halloween Arrangements
November - Sunny Side Up: Golden Flowers
December - Holiday Treasures: Bring Your Own Container

Members $150
General Public $188
ISU Students $128

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Events
Reiman Gardens After Hours

Friday, August 7 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Enjoy an evening at Reiman Gardens with live music by Burning Sensations. After Hours is a special opportunity to experience the magic of Reiman Gardens at dusk.

Come for a catered dinner or to hear the band and enjoy an evening in the Gardens.

Preregistration is required for the catered dinner.

Catered dinner menu:

BBQ pork (KC style), house made buns, baked macaroni & cheese, coleslaw, baked beans and lemon bar bites or carrot cake bites

Must be 21 or older to attend this event. Cash wine and beer bar.

Please take note of the new pricing structure:

Catered dinner option: Preregistration required by noon on Friday, July 31.

$25 for members and ISU students. $34 for the general public. $40 if registering after noon Friday, July 31 (pending space availability)

Bring a picnic option. Pay at the door:

$10 for members and ISU students. $12 for general public

Popcorn will be for sale.

Tickets are transferable. No refunds

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Events
Teacher Appreciation Day

Friday, August 7, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Enjoy FREE ADMISSION for all current school district employees from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   Enjoy a relaxing day at the Gardens before school starts!  Reiman Gardens’ Education staff will also provide a showcase of guided and self-guided opportunities for small and large groups, emphasizing new school programs aligned with Next Generation Science Standards.

Free admission applies to employees only and you must show a school ID card or badge to gain free admission.

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Events
Director Led Portland Gardens Tour

A Fascinating Horticultural Tour in the Pacific Northwest from September 15-20

You’ll love this northwestern adventure discovering Portland and its surrounding areas. View stunning mountain vistas of the famed Mt. Hood from the International Rose Test Gardens and Washington Park. Enjoy lunch at the spectacular Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood, a national landmark built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and WPA during the 1930’s. Visit stunning gardens, each showcasing their unique beauty, new breeds and growing techniques. Find out more information and register.

DAY 1—CITY OF ROSES

DAY 2—TERRA NOVA NURSERY/OREGON GARDENS/SEBRIGHT GARDENS

DAY 3—CISTUS DESIGN NURSERY/MCMENNIMAN’S/COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE

DAY 4—CLACKAMAS/MT. HOOD/VILLA CATALANA CELLARS

DAY 5—ROSE TEST GARDENS/LAN SU CHINESE GARDEN/PORTLAND

DAY 6—HOME

Highlights:

  • World’s Largest supplier of shade trees, J. Frank Schmidt & Son
  • The extensive gardens, orchards and vineyards of McMenniman’s Edgefiel
  • Spectacular Columbia River Gorge and the famous Multnomah Falls
  • A walk through the country’s premier supplier of conifers
  • Lunch on spectacular Mount Hood at Timberline Lodge.
  • Lan Su Chinese Garden, where 90% of the plants are indigenous to China.
  • The famed Portland Japanese Gardens
  • Visit the International Rose Test Garden
  • Sauvie Island’s Cistus Design Nursery and its Mediterranean climate
  • Dinner cruise along the Willamette River, showcasing the skyline of Portland
  • Bag handling (1 per person) at hotels
  • Welcome dinner reception, 24-hour emergency call service, free bottled water on coach.

Price per person: Double: $1,937; Single: $2,495

Find out more information and register.

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