Apr 9, 2016
9am - 5pm
A family friendly nature walk; performances by area musicians; the Talking Petals Project; and childrena?Ts craft lesson are all included in the activities offered at the annual Spring Awakening at Adena Mansion & Gardens.
Festivities begin with a nature walk at 10:00 am. Take a spring hike around the Adena grounds to learn about the flora and fauna on display at this time of year.
Musical performances will take place throughout the day at the Education Center. Performances include the Prussia Valley Dulcimers at 10:30 am, Sheri Dean at Noon and Stephanie Stanley at 2:00 pm.
The Talking Petals Project art cart will be on display at the Education Center from 11:00 am a?"
3:30 pm. Visitors will have the opportunity to build their own a?otussie mussiea??, or coded Victorian flower bouquet, to send to a friend or loved one using their cellular device.
In keeping with the spirit of spring, local artist Skip Hathaway will lead instruction on making jewelry from fresh cut flowers. Children can join her in the Tenant House from noon a?" 3:00 pm.
Maps of Adenaa?Ts marked trails will be available and all of the hiking trails will be open. Visitors are welcome to tour the gardens and picnic on the grounds, or in the shelter, by the Education Center.
All event activities included with Adena Mansion and Gardens admission: $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, $5 for children 6 and up, free for OHC and AMGS members and children under 5. Mansion tours will be offered at 9:30 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm.
For more information, please call (740) 772-1500, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.adenamansion.com.
Adena Mansion was the home of Ohioa?Ts sixth governor, Thomas Worthington. Adena Mansion and Gardens Society manages the site on behalf of the Ohio Historical Society. Adena is located at the south end of Adena Road, off Pleasant Valley Road, which is the first road off State Route 104, just north of the US 35 interchange at the north edge of Chillicothe.
Cost: $5-10 per personContact:
Adena Mansion Gardens
847 Adena Road
Phone: 740-772-1500, 800-319-7248
Web Site: http://www.adenamansion.com/index.htm