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Jan
19
Sun
Peace Tree Ceremony @ Descanso Gardens
Jan 19 @ 10:00 am

On Sunday, January 19 at 10am, two “Hiroshima Survivor Trees” will be presented to Descanso from the Rotary Heiwa: Hiroshima Survivor Tree group. These persimmon trees grew from the seed of a plant that survived the first atomic bomb in Hiroshima, Japan in 1945. Descanso visitors and members are welcome at this event.

Hiroshima Survivor Tree Re-Planting is a project by Rotary Heiwa: Hiroshima Survivor Tree, a group of Rotarians in Japan, U.S. and Russia. Other survivor trees can be found at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center in Little Tokyo, Downtown LA, Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden in Pasadena, Verdugo Woodland Elementary School, Monte Vista Elementary School and Wilson Middle School in Glendale Unified School District. 

Jan
25
Sat
Museums Free-for-All @ Descanso Gardens
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Descanso Gardens opens its doors for Museums Free-for-All and invites visitors to explore the Gardens free of charge.

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Jan
26
Sun
Member Bird Walk @ Descanso Gardens
Jan 26 @ 8:00 am

Come join our monthly walk for birders of all levels. Bring binoculars!

Keep your bird count tallied on the updated and now downloadable Descanso Bird Checklist.

MEMBERS ONLY

“fruiting bodies” Walk-through @ Descanso Gardens
Jan 26 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Join us for a walk-through of fruiting bodies with artist Jessica Rath at the Sturt Haaga Gallery on Sunday, January 26 from 1–3pm.

Connecting plants, animals and Descanso Gardens, Jessica Rath and curator Pamela Bailey Lewis present the first major survey of Rath’s contemporary works of art and her exploration of the human manipulation of agriculture and food production.

This exhibition is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture.