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Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Hosts 32nd Glass Art Celebration Through February 17

How many Glass Art Celebrations have you seen?

This is the 32nd year the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens in Lions Park have hosted the Glass Art Celebration at their conservatory.

Thanks to their sponsors; US Bank, Glass Artists of Wyoming, Cheyenne Beverage Company and Norther Colorado Stained Glass Supply, Wyoming's largest glass art show is free through February 17.

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Santa Ornament (flickR User/kevin dooley)
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See ’1,000 Faces of Santa’ at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens’ Childrens Village

Have you seen the '1,000 faces of Santa' display in Lions Park yet?

The free exhibit at the Paul Smith Children's Village, part of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, runs through 2 p.m. on Christmas Eve, December 24.

'One-thousand Faces of Santa' is a large, rare and unique collection of Santa Clauses from the 20th Century. It is a part of the Thom Wise Collection and has been featured on HGTV.

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Cheyenne's Beautiful, Award Winning Botanic Gardens
Cheyenne's Beautiful, Award Winning Botanic Gardens
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Experts Advise Outdoor Plant Watering

Cheyenne Botanic Garden's Director Shane Smith and City of Cheyenne Urban Forester Lisa Olson says because of the unseasonably dry, warm weather the area has experienced in recent weeks it would be a good idea to water your outdoor plants

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Botanic Gardens Official Says Pumpkins Healthy Food

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Assistant Director Claus Johnson says you may want to consider eating the contents of your pumpkin after carving a Jack O' Lantern this year.

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Spooky Tree (flickR User/stephcarter)
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Make a Haunted Treehouse Sculpture at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

Can you make a haunted sculpture out of a tree branch?

Find out at the Paul Smith Children's Village on October 16 as they will help you create haunted treehouse sculptures.

The cost is $5 per participant and you must register in advance at 637-6349 or online at www.botanic.org.

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Play Lawn Twister Wednesday at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Children’s Village

You've probably played Milton Bradley's 'Twister' game before, but have you played outside by painting the colored circles on the grass?

That's what's planned for Wednesday afternoon, August 29, at the Paul Smith Children's Village in Lions Park.

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Cherry Tomatoes (Scott Olson/Getty)
Cherry Tomatoes (Scott Olson/Getty)
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Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Features Local Author and Petting Zoo

Do you grow your own vegetables?

The Laramie County Master Gardeners and the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens are hosting a cooking presentation and demonstration by local author Willi Evans Galloway on Thursday, August 2, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Paul Smith Children's Village in Lions Park.

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The new sculpture, 'Late Again' (Courtesy Cheyenne Botanic Gardens)
The new sculpture, 'Late Again' (Courtesy Cheyenne Botanic Gardens)
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Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Children’s Village Welcomes Six Foot Tall Rabbit

A 6-foot-tall rabbit has arrived at the Paul Smith Children's Village in Lions Park.

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens has announced the addition of a new sculpture, inspired by the rabbit from 'Alice in Wonderland.'

The sculpture was created by local artist Guadalupe Barajas.

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Pinwheel Vendor (China Photos/Getty)
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Build a Pinwheel and Test the Human Electric Generator at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

How much energy can you create?

That's one of the things you can find out at the Paul Smith Children's Village tomorrow, June 26.

The Cheyenne Botanic Garden's Children's Village will host two pinwheel workshops, 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., and then participants will test the physical energy needed to create power with their human electric generator.

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The Cheyenne Botanical Gardens (J. Green/TSM)
The Cheyenne Botanical Gardens (J. Green/TSM)
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Kelly Green and the Seven Trash-Talkers Play at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

The Cheyenne Botanic Garden's Paul Smith Children's Village presents a performance by the Denver Children's Museum at 1 p.m. tomorrow, June 19.

'Kelly Green and the Seven Trash-Talkers' is an interactive, audience participation play about reducing, reusing and recycling.

The show is free as part of Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power's 'Summer of Power' series of programs.

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Sod House in Custer Co. Nebraska 1887 (flickR User/USDAgov)
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Build a Sod Wall Saturday at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Children’s Village

Did you know that early homesteaders on the plains lived in houses made of sod?

No trees had been planted yet, so settlers heading west used what there was a lot of, grass, to create a shelter.

You can help construct a sod wall tomorrow, June 16, at the Paul Smith Children's Village, part of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, in Lions Park.

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See a Golden Eagle and Other Raptors Saturday at the Paul Smith Children’s Village

Have you ever seen a Golden Eagle up close?

They are one of the most impressive raptors in the wild. On Saturday you can see a Golden Eagle, a Ferruginous Hawk and an American Kestrel at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.

The Rocky Mountain Raptor Program from Colorado brings two shows to the Paul Smith Children's Village as the final performance of the Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power Summer of Power series.

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