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Jennifer Nettles’ Concerts in the Garden show canceled

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Jennifer Nettles’ performance at Concerts in the Garden in Gainesville has been canceled. The July 14 show, which was announced in May as part of the Atlanta Botanical Garden series in the...

Review: The Atlanta Opera closes its season with a lovely garden party for “The Secret Gardener”

6 months agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

On Friday’s sunny afternoon, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Atlanta Opera, in collaboration with New York City’s On Site Opera, presented an outdoor performance of W.A. Mozart’s youthful opera, La finta giardiniera (“The Fake Gardener“) in a reworked and shortened English-language libretto by Kelley Rourke, and billed as The Secret Gardener. Two additional performances...

Atlanta Botanical Garden ‘Concerts in the Garden’ series adds to 2017 lineup

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene A couple of concerts have been added to the Atlanta Botanical Garden summer series. Pop-rockers Lifehouse and Switchfoot will perform at 7 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Great Lawn at the Atlanta...

Atlanta Botanical Garden exhibits a whimsical side with new Curious Garden installation

The exhibition’s most prominent installation is a forest of salvaged, bare trees spray-painted in colors usually reserved for ice cream: vivid orange and pastel yellows, pinks, blues.

Atlanta Botanical Garden lineup 2017: Gladys Knight, Barenaked Ladies and more

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene The Atlanta Botanical Garden has cultivated a 15th anniversary lineup for its “Concerts in the Garden” series that spans soul, pop and Americana. Concerts will take place both at the Great Lawn...

Save the Date: Atlanta Botanical Garden ‘Concerts in the Garden’ On Sale April 21

Tickets for the 15th annual Concerts in the Garden at the Atlanta Botanical Garden go on sale Friday, April 21. Become a Garden member and get discount tickets one week earlier! For this season’s exciting lineup of 11 great shows — including...Show More Summary

Parsley dipped in tears

A few weeks ago, on a Friday morning, I walked with a dear friend in the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Where we live the world was covered with a winter coat of snow, but in Georgia the first stirrings of spring...

[Renderings] Skyline Garden To Debut This May at Botanical Garden

The new addition would be visible from Midtown's green spaces including Piedmont Park. The post [Renderings] Skyline Garden To Debut This May at Botanical Garden appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Linton's In The Garden To Be 'Relaunched' as Longleaf

The Atlanta Botanical Garden 'plant-to-plate' restaurant will turn over a new leaf after being opened less than a year. The post Linton's In The Garden To Be 'Relaunched' as Longleaf appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

5 holiday-themed foodie festivities in Atlanta

Roast marshmallows at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, drink hot cocoa at the St. Regis's skating rink, and more.

Deck the paws at the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Reindog Parade

Each year since 2008, pooches have participated in the Reindog Parade—the only day of the year that pets can set paw inside the garden—to compete for awards like best dog-owner dress-alike or best botanical (picture a pup disguised as a poinsettia).

Appetizing Aperture: HOBNOB's Mulled Wine

Mugs of smoked cinnamon mulled wine ($8) at HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern are just the thing to warm holiday hands and hearts after a stroll through the fascinating Garden Lights Holiday Nights display at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Renovation: Lou Glenn Children’s Garden

Before the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s recent $7 million overhaul of its children’s garden, the space was cute but dated. Now, after a year of renovations, families will find the garden transformed.

What We Lose When We Lose The World's Frogs

last yearHumor / odd : The Presurfer

image credit Last month, a frog died in an Atlanta botanical garden. With it went an entire species never to hop along the Earth again. Biologists at Zoo Atlanta who'd looked after the frog for the past 12 years called him 'Toughie.'Frogs and other amphibians are dying off at an alarming rate. Show More Summary

Toughie the Frog, Likely the Last of His Species, Dies

A frog named Toughie, likely the last of his species, died quietly in his enclosure at the Atlanta Botanical Garden this week, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "He will be missed by Garden staff and visitors alike," the Garden posted on Facebook. The Rabbs' fringe-limbed tree frog wasn't even discovered until 2005...

The Rabbs' Tree Frog Just Went Extinct

The last known member of his species has died at Atlanta Botanical Garden -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

What you’ll find at the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s newly renovated Children’s Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden recently opened phase one of its new and improved Children's Garden, the first overhaul since the it originally opened in 1999. Here's what you'll see when you visit.

First-ever 'Kid Talks' event inspires and delights kids and adults alike

The scene at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on Sunday, July 31 was a joyful sight to behold. Kids and adults alike found inspiration and a chance to embrace their creative side at Kid Talks, an event hosted by Mashable in partnership with...Show More Summary

Video: The story behind the exhibition “Chihuly in the Garden” at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

ArtsATL went to the Atlanta Botanical Garden to see behind the scenes how a team from Chihuly Studio was installing the exhibition Chihuly in the Garden,

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