Tag Archives: Brookside Gardens

#wesembodiment Photo Challenge


My congregation is doing a Photo Challenge this month, in which everyone is given the same set of 31 words or phrases (well, 30, because one of them is used twice), one for each day of the month. What you … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!


Wishing you peace and museums this holiday season! After a month of spotty Internet (and therefore no blog posts), I am planning to post holiday museum photos in December to celebrate the season, and in January, I will resume blogging … Continue reading

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Favorite Museum Photos: Berries


These photos are from Weekly Museum Visits Parts I and II, in 2010 and 2011, respectively. Happy New Year! * December’s blog theme is There’s No Place Like Historic Homes for the Holidays!

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Favorite Museum Photos: Inspiration Outdoors


Not all informal learning sites are inside. Here are photographs I took at a zoo and a park full of gardens.   * November’s blog theme is Museums Versus the Problems of the World.

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The Magic of Children’s Gardens


Are gardens magical places? Certainly gardens can be whimsical and imaginative, especially when they are designed with children in mind. My visit to Brookside Gardens (a Weekly Museum Visit in 2010) included a stop at the Children’s Garden, described on … Continue reading

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