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Upcoming Events & Workshops

Summer 2024

Outdoor Theatre Workshops with Theatre New Brunswick

For kids, Ages 6-10, and families. Every Wednesday 1pm to 2:30pm, July 3rd to August 21st. Registration required. Find out more!

Craft Time

If you're looking for some family activities for the summer, we're excited to invite you to CRAFT TIME! Craft time will focus on hands-on learning about the Garden and a variety of its aspects, from the bugs who support its growth, to fun facts about the flowers! With supplies provided, we will create memories and keepsakes in different areas of the garden with nature-based crafts (and maybe play some games along the way)!

Date: Mondays and Wednesdays, July 3 - August 14

Time: 10:00 AM

Location: Resource Centre, 10 Cameron Court

Story Time

Join us with your little ones for an interactive and educational STORY TIME! Each session, we’ll learn about one of the many beautiful aspects of the garden, from the little critters who live within, to the flowers that bring it color! Bring some friends, and meet new ones (including the garden fairy!) through stories (one English and one French), games, and songs about nature!

Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 2 - August 15

Time: 10:00 AM

Location: Resource Centre, 10 Cameron Court

Artist in Residence

Throughout July and August, artists will spend two weeks at the Gardens, creating works inspired by their surroundings. Read more.

Story Walk

Starting June 22nd and continuing for the summer, read a story posted on signs throughout the Garden. The book is changed every two weeks and will alternate between French and English.

iNaturalist Walk with Anthony Brooks

Join us for a unique opportunity to learn how to use a useful tool in your outdoor adventures, the iNaturalist app! Register in advance for the 10:00am workshop where host Anthony Brooks will teach you the ins and outs of the app! Bring your smart phone. Attendance is by donation. Register at

Date: July 20

Time: 10:00 AM

Location: Resource Centre, 10 Cameron Court

Pollinator Garden Walk with Kaushal Rathnayake

An expert in pollination, plant biologist Kush will guide you through the magical world of pollinators and focus on how they shape our ecosystem. He will also provide great information to help you create your very own pollination-friendly garden and answer any questions you might have. Free bee tattoos will be handed out to those who want one. Email to register. Attendance is by donation.

Date: POSTONED until July 27th

Time: 2:00 PM

Location: Resource Centre, 10 Cameron Court

Check out our Spring Newsletter!

About the Garden

In 1989, inspired by their common passion for botany and horticulture, a group of local residents formed the Fredericton Botanic Garden Association (FBGA), dedicated to establishing a Botanic Garden in Fredericton. One year later, in 1990, the City of Fredericton dedicated a 53-acre property at the west end of Odell Park and the Fredericton Botanic Garden was born.


Since its establishment, the Garden has evolved through the joint efforts of the members of the FBGA and the City. The Local Improvement Association consolidates the interest of the parties in the creation and improvement of the site.

The Goals of the Fredericton Botanic Garden

  • to provide a recreational opportunity to the public by means of walks, interpretive trails and beautiful displays of flowers and foliage

  • use tried and untried plant species and varieties so the public have a hands-on demonstration of plant hardiness

  • educate people of all ages to appreciate plants and to learn how plants coexist in natural settings

  • involve the community in the development of a new and important tourist attraction for the Fredericton area


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