Halloween theme Ms. Smarty-Plants goes batty!

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The Water Conservation Garden is excited to announce the return of its Halloween-themed Ms. Smarty-Plants™ Goes Batty!  Celebrating the season of ghosts and goblins, the Garden’s entertaining educational ambassador, Ms. Smarty-Plants™, takes center stage at the Friday, October 13 event.  The evening includes meandering around the Garden’s Trick or Treat Trails, hands-on Creepy Critter Encounters, and a Ms.

The Water Conservation Garden is excited to announce the return of its Halloween-themed Ms. Smarty-Plants™ Goes Batty!  Celebrating the season of ghosts and goblins, the Garden’s entertaining educational ambassador, Ms. Smarty-Plants™, takes center stage at the Friday, October 13 event.  The evening includes meandering around the Garden’s Trick or Treat Trails, hands-on Creepy Critter Encounters, and a Ms. Smarty-Plants™ presentation focused on bats, creepy crawlies, and creatures whooo go BOO in the night! 

Children (and adults) are encouraged to wear their Halloween costume to the family-friendly event, which promises to be a SPOOKtacular good time!  The fun begins at 6 PM, and refreshments will be served. 

Who: Water Conservation Garden 

What: Ms. Smarty-Plants™ Goes Batty!  

When: Friday, Oct. 13, 6-8 PM

Where: Water Conservation Garden, 12122 Cuyamaca College Drive West, El Cajon, CA 92019

Admission: Free for Garden members and children under two years of age; $5 Non-members and children over two years. Free parking. 

Pre-event registration is required. Register at www.thegarden.org or call (619) 660-0614 x10. 

This event is funded, in part, by ….

About The Water Conservation Garden

Opened in 1999, the six-acre Water Conservation Garden is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting water conservation in the southern California landscape through educational exhibits and programs that inspire the public. How-to workshops are offered regularly, docent-led tours are offered Saturdays at 10am, and self-guided tours may be enjoyed 9am-4pm, daily. Admission and parking is free. The Garden is supported by memberships, donations, grants, and support from Helix Water District, Otay Water District, Sweetwater Authority, City of San Diego and the San Diego County Water Authority. For more information, please visit www.thegarden.org or call (619) 660-0614.