Inspired by Amy Stewart’s best-selling book, “Wicked Plants: The Weed that Killed Lincoln’s Mother and other Botanical Atrocities”, Wicked Plants: The Exhibit is a fun-filled, family-friendly look at some of the world’s most dangerous plants, many of which are commonly found in homes and gardens.
Exciting interactives fill a Victorian-era ramschackled home, where visitors move from room-to-room uncovering secrets and learning about the history, science, and legend of various medicinal and poisonous plant life.
Funded by The North Carolina Arboretum Society and the Creel-Harison Foundation.
Friends, families, and fellow artists alike are invited to experience the beautiful and awe-inspiring artwork of professional and avocational artists throughout Indiana in the Twenty-Ninth Minnetrista Annual Juried Art Show & Sale. Venture into a world of art, discover your own inner artist, and even purchase the work of these artists’ to liven up your home.
Hey parents! It’s spring break in Indiana, and at Minnetrista, kids will have an unforgettable experience as they hike around our grounds and explore our gardens, discovering the amazing lives of plants and animals. Through hands on activities, community games, and knowledgeable guides, children will have a blast while they learn!
For children in grades K–3. Campers will need to bring their own lunch every day.
Cost: $60 per child; member discounts apply
FREE community event
Who’s ready for an adventure? Bring your family and friends for a day full of free adventures together at Minnetrista! There will be lawn games outside Betty’s Cabin; activities with Let There Be Art and Partners in Literacy in the main building; and exciting places to explore all around campus with the seasonal Explorer Bags.
Showtimes at 10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., & 5:30 p.m.
FREE Community Event
King Gerg’s kingdom is in shambles. In an effort to do something about it, he has sent out three servants to seek stories of true greatness. Today is the day of their return and the day of King Gerg’s retirement. Will the servant’s stories save the kingdom? Will King Gerg do something truly great before he retires? And who will be the next king?