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The Green Center (TGC)
8025 Blackberry Avenue
(west of North & South), 725.8314,
Nature Play (Early Childhood)
Educational Programs
Field experience programs are offered
throughout the year on nature related
topics. Field Experience/Outreach and
Scout programs are 1-2 hrs in length;
cost is $7/student (including materials).
Minimum of 5 students/program. For
more info email
Field Experiences/
Outreach Programs
• Wetland Ecology
• Prairie Ecology (fall only)
• Forest Ecology
• Keying Out Trees-Classification
• Prairie By Design (fall only)
Upcoming speakers will be posted to TGC’s
U. City in Bloom
U City in Bloom is a non-profit with
funding provided by the City of U City, the
U City school district and private donations.
We are committed to maintaining and
further development of the over 325 public
garden locations established over the last
30 years. These gardens are designed,
planted and sustained by a group of
volunteers under a Director of Horticulture,
an assistant horticulturist and part-time
horticulture staff members.
Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer hands are always needed in
our public gardens. No previous expertise
required. Guided by our experienced
Director of Horticulture, you will work with
a dedicated group of volunteers who will
soon become your friends and teachers. For
more information or to volunteer, go to our
Volunteer Opportunities
Visit the website, contact us at, or
call 725.8314 x 102.
U. City Public Library
Hours: Mon.–Fri.: 9 am – 9 pm,
Sat. 9 am–5 pm, Sun. 1 pm–5 pm.
727-3150, 6701 Delmar
For a schedule of events or detailed
information, check out our website
or call 727.3150
• Pollination Appreciation
• Insects
• Ecosystem Plot Studies
• Letterboxing
• Greenhouse Propagation
• Geology: Missouri Rocks
• Discovery Garden Exploration
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Special Partners
Connecting children to nature has
beneficial effects on a child’s health and
development. “Nature Play” programs
reconnect children to nature and give them
Founded in 1997, TGC is a non-profit arts
an opportunity to learn while making new
and environmental education
discoveries, observations and adventures!
organization dedicated to helping people
These programs are 1-2 hrs long and cost
understand the natural world through
$8/student (including materials). Min. of
hands-on experiences; protecting native
5 students/program. Check The Green
habitats; and encouraging artistic expression
Center’s website for upcoming scheduled
inspired by nature. The outdoor classroom
programs in the spring, fall and winter.
at TGC encompasses over 30 acres,
including the 26-acre Ruth Park Woods,
Scout Programs
a one-acre Prairie/Wetland complex
Each season of the year offers
and three-acre Demonstration Area
opportunities for Boy Scout and Girl Scout
that includes a rain garden, community
programs. Check TGC’s website for
vegetable garden,
available programming.
greenhouse, native
Speaker Series
plant gardens and
The Green Center presents a series of
Certified Nature
speakers that will share their stories in
Explore Classroom.
nature and the impact it had on their lives.


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