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The 411: Youth

Spring break fun at the Botanical Garden

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden will host Spring Break Fun, a daily children’s program running through Friday, March 18.

Children ages 7-11 are encouraged to participate. Each class begins at 10 a.m. Registration and fees vary between classes.

Kids can learn how to turn their carrot tops and leftover lettuce into food for worms during the Worm Bins class on Thursday, March 17. Participants can register for the class at The cost is $27 and includes Garden admission. A $5 supply fee is due on the first day of class.

On Friday, kids will get their hands dirty with horticulture through fun crafts and gardening activities. The cost to participate in Junior Gardeners is $3 plus Garden admission, which is $5 for children.

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