All aboard for a private viewing of NYC’s favorite holiday tradition! Featuring a festive family dinner and special appearance by Chef Carla Hall.
Celebrate the holiday season and experience the Holiday Train Show® like never before with the exciting return of this family event. Festivities begin with a private viewing of the Holiday Train Show, passed hors d’oeuvres, a full bar, and plenty of treats for the kids. The fun continues in the Gingerbread Café, where guests can enjoy a variety of activities, the joyful tunes of the New York City Children’s Chorus, and indulge in classic holiday recipes for dinner.
Proceeds support The New York Botanical Garden’s Edible Academy, the hub of the children’s vegetable gardening program. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation. For more information, please contact Heather Gries at 718.817.8657 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Edible Academy, with the Ruth Rea Howell Vegetable Garden as its centerpiece, is a state-of-the-art facility for education, hands-on activities, and programs that helps children, families, teachers, and the general public learn about growing and preparing vegetables, fruit, and herbs while encouraging a lifelong interest in gardening and healthy living.
The expanded three-acre campus features a classroom building with a green roof, demonstration kitchen, and technology lab; a teaching greenhouse; a solar pavilion; and a terraced amphitheater, as well as new display gardens, to accommodate a broader range of programs and double the number of people served each year.
The Edible Academy provides plenty of fun for kids and adults alike, with daily, hands-on gardening activities; special cooking demonstrations; and other year-round program offerings that enhance NYBG’s reach and impact.