Adult Programs

Good Nature!

Where: Wilbur D. May Arboretum, 1595 N. Sierra St, Reno NV 89503
When: Fridays 9:00 am - 10:00 am. Dates vary, see below
Cost: Free!
Contact: Arboretum Educator
Danielle @ (775) 785-4153 or DOrnelas@washoecounty.us

The Wilbur D. May Arboretum is proud to present Good Nature! Walking Tours for Older Adults (50+).  Each walk is designed around a theme and is carefully thought out to accommodate all those who attend.  Walks are led by volunteers, professionals, and enthusiasts.  Join us as we stroll through the gardens and learn something new.  The upcoming schedule can be found below and contact the Arboretum Educator to sign up. 

Upcoming Walks
Meet at May Arboretum West Entrance, next to May Museum

June 1 "Vanishing Acts"

June 15 "Pollinators in the Garden"

July 6 "Dragon Lights of the May Arboretum"

July 20 "The Jewel of Reno"

August 3 "The Nature of Creativity"

August 17 "Hot August Days & Nights for Plants"

Tuesday Tree Talks

Where: Wilbur D. May Arboretum, 1595 N. Sierra St, Reno NV 89503
When: Last Tuesday of the month @ 1:00 p.m. Dates vary, see below
Cost: Free!
Contact: Arboretum Educator
Danielle @ (775) 785-4153 or DOrnelas@washoecounty.us

Join us as we learn about the plant communities of the May Arboretum from local experts.  This program is designed for adults, academia, and plant enthusiasts.  

March 27 Rod Haulenbeek, Local tree expert

April 24 "Early Bird Arbor Day Celebration" with Bill Carlos M.S. May Arboretum Horticulturist 

May 29 Phil Brazier, May Arboretum Assistant Horticulturist


Mindfulness in the Garden 

Where: Wilbur D. May Arboretum, 1595 N. Sierra St, Reno NV 89503
When: Sundays @ 2:00 p.m. Dates vary, see below
Cost: 
Free
Contact:  Arboretum Educator
Danielle @ (775) 785-4153 or DOrnelas@washoecounty.us

Enjoy your Sunday with a walk that will encourage you to open your mind and engage your senses. Mindfulness in the Garden is a different type of walk where we practice awareness, and try to spot the not so obvious wildlife in the Wilbur D. May Arboretum.  Whether it is a Spotted Towhee scratching through the leaves or a young frog hiding between two stones, the biggest little discoveries await!

Upcoming Walks
Coming soon!