ALOHA AT THE NY BOTANICAL GARDEN
Join us as we return to the incomparable 250-acre New York Botanical Gardens for Georgia O’Keefe: Visions of Hawaii, a major exhibition exploring the artist’s immersion in the Hawaiian Islands in 1939. After a guided tram tour of the 250-acre site, we will walk to the grand old Enid Haupt Conservatory to discover a lush flower show which evokes the gardens and landscapes that inspired O’Keefe and showcases the remarkable flora and ecological complexity of Hawaii. The tram will then transport us to the Lillian and Amy Goldman Stone Mill where we will enjoy an excellent buffet lunch catered by STARR. Next, the tram will take us to the Mertz Art Gallery to view a stunning display of more than fifteen of O’Keeffe’s Hawaiian paintings not seen together since 1940. We will then be free to explore the gardens or to take a tram back to the Visitors Center for our return home.
Cost includes transportation, entrance fees, guides, lunch, snacks and gratuities.
557 – $160
7:15 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Bus leaves Cheltenham High
School promptly at 7:15 a.m.