Monday, September 16, 2019

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The Garden's 2019 Annual Maintenance Closure, 
running September 3 – 30, takes on a festive air 
as we gear up to celebrate our 10th anniversary! 

Join us starting October 1 as we commemorate 
the months ahead with special Member events, 
enhanced programming to allow you to connect 
with our collections on an even deeper level, 
and continued conservation work throughout 
the Caribbean Basin to protect the plants we 
love for decades to come. 
Music in the Garden
12 – 2pm, October 6 & 20
Welcome the cool breezes and shorter days synonymous 
with Fall as Music in the Garden moves back outdoors. 
Bring your own chair, and sit a spell in your favorite tropical 
    View the Fall Lineup
Sponsored by: 
Special Thanks to:
Fall Walk
 9pm, October 17  31
Explore the Garden illuminated in lights as you 
delight in autumn in Southwest Florida. Enjoy 
live music, specially crafted menu items, and 
activities for the entire family. 

Media Support Provided by:
Special Thanks to: 
Collier County Library Cardholder 
Free Admission Promotion
October 11  13, Rescheduled due to 
Labor Day Weekend Storm Closure 
We are pleased to offer Collier County Library 
cardholders free admission on select dates this 
October! Bring the entire family for fun in the Garden. 
At least one person per group must be an adult cardholder.
Become a Member Today!
The Garden is gearing up for an exciting year, and 
we want you to be here to celebrate with us. Now 
through September 30, you can save on two of our 
most popular membership levels as our gift to you! 

Family level membership: $99 ($110 value)
Contributing level membership: $215 ($250 value)

Join online using these promo codes:
FAMILYFUN  Family level membership
GREATVALUE  Contributing level membership
After the Storm: Helping our Friends 
in the Bahamas 
Naples Botanical Garden and Bahamas National Trust 
have long maintained a close partnership in research 
and plant conservation. In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, 
the Garden has set up a donation portal benefiting the 
Bahamas National Trust, the country's national park service, 
which manages more than two million acres of land and sea 
throughout the country's numerous islands. 100% of funds 
donated using this link will be used to support the Bahamas 
National Trust’s recovery and restoration efforts.
Free for Members, Included 
with General Admission
Donate Now     

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