Torah tour of Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Sunday, July 22, 2012 11 AM
This is a great way to spend part of a Sunday during the three weeks.
We will meet at the Flatbush entrance to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (corner of Flatbush Avenue and Empire Blvd.) at 11 AM. Admission to the Garden is $10 for adults, $5 for students age 12 and older and seniors age 65 or older, and free for members and children under age 12. There is an additional $5 charge (cash only, please) for the Torah tour. Children will also receive a free craft project to take home. The Flatbush entrance to the Garden is near the Prospect Park subway station on the Q line (The B line does not operate on Sundays). More detailed directions are available on the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Web site.
No reservation is necessary, but I would appreciate an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org just to let me know to expect you, especially if you plan to bring any children: I have a free take-home craft project for them, and need to know how many to bring.
I hope to see you soon!
Jon Greenberg, Ph.D.
Biblical and Talmudic botanist