Learn About the Wood and the Trees in Kentucky August 2
Kentucky is full of native trees that represent a big diversity in types of wood. Learn more about the trees you can find right here in Kentucky at a special outdoor lecture at one of Louisville's special outdoor locations, Waterfront Botanical Gardens.
Wood and Trees Near the Water
At this lecture, you’ll find out what makes a tree a tree and learn about the seven different ecological regions of Kentucky. What trees can you find in these regions and what kind of wood are they made of? You’ll get to see bowls, vases and real samples of the wood that grows naturally throughout the state.
Social distancing will be observed at the lecture to keep everyone safe. Face masks will be required. You will need sanitizer, since you will be holding various samples of wood. Attend the lecture for $15 per person.
Head to the gorgeous Waterfront Botanical Gardens at 1435 Frankfort Avenue from 2 to 3:30 pm to hear the lecture. That’s in Clifton, a neighborhood that’s full of diverse design.
History and Homes in Clifton
There's an eclectic mix of homes in Clifton that showcase different real estate trends through the decades. Clifton is full of great bungalow homes, some pretty late Victorians, even modern condos and loft living. This neighborhood has all the appeal and culture of downtown Louisville but the charm of suburban living. Clifton is dotted with shade trees and full of quiet sidewalks.
When you're here, you'll see that Clifton is also full of antique shops, eateries and unique attractions. There's a museum here, several parks, even an actual working forge with a gallery. Have a day of discovery this August and learn a little more about this Louisville neighborhood, and the wood used to build it!
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