October Outdoor Events At Lynden Sculpture Garden

This month at Lynden Sculpture Garden, visitors can partake in a number of events designed to enhance their connection to the great outdoors, while enjoying unique works of art. As space is limited for these events, registration is required: lyndensculpturegarden.org.  

The New Moon Sound Bath and Seed Walk, 5-6:30pm, Oct. 6, includes a relaxing sound bath hosted by sound healer Sevan Arabajian-Lawson, followed by a meditative labyrinth walk led by artist-in-residence Jenna Knapp. Join Arabajian-Lawson once again for a Full Moon Sound Bath and Candle Labyrinth Walk 4:45-6:15pm Oct. 17. $25, $20 for members.

Learn about medicinal plants and their role within Indigenous, refugee and immigrant communities on a monthly Cultural Plant Walk with Native herbalist and Lynden artist-in-residence Angela Kingsawan. 1-3pm Oct. 9. Free to all. Registration is closed, but those interested can call (414) 446-8794 to be added to a waitlist.

Birder Chuck Stapleton takes small groups on a monthly socially-distanced bird walk throughout the Lynden grounds. Birders of all experience levels are welcome. 8:30-10am Oct. 10; $10, $5 for members.

Take a tour with Lynden land manager Robert Kaleta to discover Edible Trees of Lynden. 1-3pm Oct. 17; $15, $10 for members.




• Open daily from 10am-5pm
(closed Thursdays) 

• Thanks to the generosity of the Herzfeld Foundation, admission is free at this time.

• See visitor guidelines and additional information at lyndensculpturegarden.org