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12 - Nov
(Nearby Event: Family)
Where:U.S. Botanic Garden, 245 First Street SW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20024

Melanie Choukas-Bradley, author of City of Trees and A Year in Rock Creek Park
Autumn is a magnificent time to appreciate the architecture and colorful foliage of the historic trees that grace the U.S. Capitol grounds. Stroll around the Capitol, admiring and learning about grand old tree specimens from around the country and the world, including many official state trees and memorial plantings. Melanie Choukas-Bradley will focus on autumn fruits and leaves, and teach how to identify diverse species of oak, maple, beech, buckeye, and many other trees. She will share history of the Capitol Grounds and the city of Washington. Binoculars optional, but recommended. Participants are encouraged to bring their own brown bag lunch to enjoy with Melanie after the tour. Please note: This tour is held outdoors. We suggest bringing sunscreen, protective clothing, and water. The tour is canceled if it rains. Hearing aid compatible assistive listening devices are available during the tour.

DATE: Saturday, November 12
TIME: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
LOCATION: Tour meets by the entrance to the Conservatory on the Terrace
FREE: This program is full

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