This seating has been combined with the June 24, 6:30 p.m. seating.
Enjoy tender lamb smoked in an underground pit plus seasonal vegetables sourced from Powell Gardens’ own Heartland Harvest Garden. Chef Bryan has been named by Feast Magazine as a rising young chef to watch.
Celebrate our nation’s independence with explosions of color and texture on the land and in the air at this popular annual event. Plan to arrive early to stake out a seat on the grass with your picnic blanket.
This is an invitation-only, SOPP members-only event.
Join Powell Gardens docent Bruce Monke on a walking tour in the Heartland Harvest garden to learn more about what is planted, harvested and our Community Supported Agriculture program. Dress for the weather. Free with garden admission. Limited availability. NOTE: This is not a tasting tour.
Learn about the differences between fresh and dried onions, an understanding of the curing, clean-up, and proper storage of onions so they will keep, and get a look at how our CSA operates in this hands-on experience.
Join exhibiting artists Jackie Chamberlain and Kathryn Marshall in the hallway gallery of the Visitor Center for light refreshments and view their photographs in the current exhibition, Through the Lens with Jackie Chamberlain and Kathryn Marshall: Garden Images.
Kathryn Marshall is a Sedalia, Missouri artist who became interested in photography as a teenager when she first participated in a 4-H photography project. She began pursuing her art form full-time after retiring in 2011. She belongs to the Mid Mo Photo Club, the Sedalia Photo Club, the 365 Photography Project on the Internet, Mid Missouri Artists and the Sedalia Visual Arts Association.
Jackie Chamberlain paints and makes photographs and is a member of Summit Art since 2004 and has exhibited at Got Art gallery, Saint Luke’s East Hospital, the Longview Art & World Music Festival, and many local area businesses.
FREE and drop-in with garden admission. Purchase Garden Admission.
Children ages 9-12, who are interested in learning about how produce is grown, harvested, and prepared can join us for this week-long day camp.
Culinary experience under the eaves of the Missouri Barn.
Join us for this family favorite and immerse yourself in the world of butterflies native and exotic! Special programming, family-friendly activities, free expert advice and food vendors available each weekend (Friday-Sunday) of the festival.