Children are invited to wear their costumes to the UT Gardens’ fifth annual Trick or Trees on Saturday, October 24, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., to enjoy food-free trick or treating. The event is designed to allow those with food allergies or other health concerns to participate in safe, seasonal, food-free activities.
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UT Gardens is holding its fall plant sale from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m Saturday, September 26. A preview sale will be held 4:00-7:00 p.m. Friday, September 25, for all UT Gardens volunteers and members and UT employees. Members will receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases. If you are not a member yet, you will also be able to sign up for a membership at the preview sale and receive the member discount on plants.
As part of the Southern University Garden Tour, HGTV visited UT Gardens for a photo slideshow on their website. The twenty-eight images show a wide variety of bright blooms, container plantings, and peaceful viewing spots from the gardens.
Families are invited to enjoy free events related to the new summer exhibition throughout June at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Two Easter egg hunts are happening on campus soon, and make for great springtime outings for UT families.
Classes may be over, but UT has plenty of activities to enjoy throughout December. Here are some events holiday “staycationers” won’t want to miss.
Governor Bill Haslam has signed a bill designating the UT Gardens the official botanical garden for the Volunteer State. The UT Gardens are operated by the UT Institute of Agriculture and can be found in three locations: the UTIA campus in Knoxville, the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center in Jackson, and the recently added location at the Plateau AgResearch and Education Center in Crossville.
As the fall semester comes to a close, there are still plenty of activities to fill your free time during the holiday season. From the Clarence Brown Theatre’s annual production of A Christmas Carol to hands-on activities at the UT Gardens, the campus has something for everyone.
Classes may be over and most students gone, but there’s still plenty to do on the UT Knoxville campus. So if you’re anticipating a holiday at home—a “staycation”—there are some happenings you won’t want to miss.
UT Gardens is excited to present its first summer camp opportunities for children ages 4 to 12. Each two-hour to six-hour camp will explore a different garden topic and includes fun activities and take-home projects for children.