UPDATE June 8, 2020
The health and safety of our community remains top priority. Due to COVID-19, all picnic pads, recreation and athletic facilities/basketball courts/fields and playgrounds are CLOSED. Green space in all parks, tennis/paddle ball/pickleball courts, dog runs and some batting cages have opened. Please visit the Parks and Facilities page for more information.
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Free Class at the Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden
- Date: 05/21/2016 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Location: Amphitheater at Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden (West end of Polliwog Park)
1236 North Peck Avenue
Manhattan Beach, California 90266
Is your garden choking….missing nutrients? Learn the basics of garden water Conservation, Permeablity, and Retention (CPR) from Cheryll Lynn, Ocean Friendly Garden Chair of the Surfrider Foundation-South Bay. Three easy steps that will save you money, enrich the soil without chemicals, and create more native habitats – thus a fabulous garden!
Location: Amphitheatre in the center of the Garden. MBBG is on the west side of Polliwog Park.
Free Parking: Next to MBBG on Peck Avenue, or the adjacent lot at the north end of Peck Ave.
Prior Registration: Please let us know you’re coming, to assure we have enough handouts (or in case of class cancellation). Leave the name of class, your contact info, and number of people. (No confirmation callbacks unless requested.)
Contact: Leave message with Julie at (310) 546-1354
You can refer to the Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden website to view the schedule of upcoming classes.
More information on the City's Environmental Programs can be found on the Going Green website.