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Bracken Foundation Children’s Garden

April 9, 2020

Each month, we will be highlighting one of our 12 distinct gardens. Find out more about the Bracken Foundation Children's Garden in this month's garden spotlight!

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Tots! Activity: Cherry Blossoms

April 7, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own cherry blossom tree!

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Bulb Basics

April 6, 2020

With virtual tours of Cheekwood in Bloom showing the 150,000 colorful bulbs covering our grounds, we’re getting down to basics about bulbs!

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Gardeners’ Top Picks April 2020

April 1, 2020

Spring has sprung, and the gardens are in full bloom here at Cheekwood! Our garden team has hand selected their top plant picks for April.

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Tots! Activity: Flowers

March 31, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own flowers!

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Five Women Artists

March 30, 2020

Can you name five women artists? During the month of March, The National Museum of Women in the Arts is asking this as part of their annual initiative to recognize females in the art world.

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Spring Gardening Tips

March 30, 2020

Make the most of your time at home by freshening up your yard! Check out these spring gardening tips from our Plant Collections Manager, Shanna Jones.

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Tots! Activity: Tulips

March 27, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own fork tulips!

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Tots! Activity: Greenhouses

March 24, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own greenhouse! 

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Online Wellness Opportunities

March 22, 2020

In light of our public programs having to be canceled through April 30, we wanted to share few digital opportunities from our wellness partners.

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Tots! Activity: Frogs

March 20, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own frog! 

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Tots! Activity: Root Plants

March 18, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own Root Vegetable! 

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Gardeners’ Top Picks March 2020

March 4, 2020

With over 150,000 blooming bulbs in our gardens, there's plenty to see this spring during Cheekwood in Bloom! Our garden team has hand selected their top plant picks for March.

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Cheekwood Names James W. Tottis New VP of Museum Affairs

March 2, 2020

Veteran Curator Specializes in American Art

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Orchids 101

February 28, 2020

Have these cold winter months been keeping you down? We have created our own tropical paradise inside the Historic Mansion & Museum to beat the winter blues.

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Carell Dogwood Garden

February 21, 2020

Each month, we will be highlighting one of our 12 distinct gardens. Find out more about the Carell Dogwood Garden in this month's garden spotlight!

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Love on a Train

February 13, 2020

On a trip back from New York, Mabel Wood made a stop in Guthrie, KY, to see who she knew. There, at Guthrie, Leslie Cheek noticed Mabel and sought out to find her name and destination.

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Gardeners’ Top Picks February 2020

February 5, 2020

We may be gearing up for spring, but these featured winter plants are not to be missed!

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Q&A with Hiroshi Sato

January 30, 2020

Learn more about our 2020 Martin Shallenberger Artist-in-Residence, Hiroshi Sato.

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A Chat with Cheekwood Docent Carol Dashiff

January 27, 2020

We recently sat down with Carol Dashiff to ask questions about her experience as a Cheekwood Docent.

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