Irma Sturgell was the lucky winner for one free BI class or $183 towards tuition within the BI-Program. Every time you register to a BI class at Denver Botanic Gardens, you will automatically enter in a drawing. There will be one drawing / year.
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Sunday, November 18, 2007
NOTE: This site and the links have been all updated to reflect the new course catalog for January - June 2008.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Two typos found in the new catalog:
Page 2: Mark A. Klingler workshop fee should read: $183 for member and $220 for non-member.
Page 12: Urban Nature: Indoor Plants in Watercolor: dates should read Wed., Feb 13, 20, 27, March 5 and 12.
My vote goes for the elves!
Please correct your printout - the pdf is now revised.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
In May 2007, Renée and Jon Zahourek were guests at the Royal Academy's Linnean Society during the presentation of a historic book on Botany published by that Society and the Natural History Museum, Order Out of Chaos. They met Dr. Charilie Jarvis, primary author of what may be the most significant work on Botany in the last century. At Café Botanique, the Zahoureks will show pictures of the Royal Academy and Linnean Society's publicity about the book and discuss its importance to all of us.
In 2005, Renée and Jon Zahourek founded first Anatomy in Clay Centers, Inc. classrooms in Boulder, CO. In 2006, they began development of an AiCCenter in London, teaching comparative human & horse anatomy classes at Museum of Natural History in London. In 2006, they also founded the Whitman-Zahourek Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to make anatomy study core curriculum, from grade school to graduate school and beyond as life-long learning. They have also authored an innovative means of anatomy study now called Anatomy in Clay.™
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
On Friday, November 9, 2007, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Boulder will celebrate and commemorate NOAA science, from its beginnings in the early explorations of our hemisphere, through its evolution as a preeminent science agency, and forward to its future role in the understanding and prediction of the Earth system.
Noaa is inviting us to celebrate, for more detailed information please click here.