The Arnold Arboretum and Trinity Church are pleased to present programs on the intersections of gardens, spirit, health, environment, and healing. On Thursday, June 3, at 7:00 pm, Dominique Browning will speak on the topic Spirit of a New Garden.
For over a decade, Dominique Browning brought gardening expertise to readers around the country as editor-in-chief of House & Garden magazine. But one Monday morning in 2007, the magazine folded and she was told to pack up her office. She also packed up the house where she had raised two children and had lovingly tended her own garden. After losing the job that defined her and the garden that inspired her, Browning started to cultivate a new garden, beginning a journey of self-discovery and reinvention. Join Browning, author of Slow Love, as she shares how the spirit of a new garden helped her to love the unexpected, unanticipated life.
Fee $20 Arboretum and Trinity members, $25 nonmember.Â This lecture takes place at Trinity Church, 206 Clarendon Street in Copley Square, Boston.
Register online at arboretum.harvard.edu or call 617.384.5277 (Arboretum) or 617.536.0944 x225 (The Shop at Trinity) to purchase tickets over the telephone. Questions? Contact Kathy Acerbo-Bachmann 617.536.0944 or by email at email@example.com.