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Join Us For a Flower Arranging Workshop on May 4

Florida’s temperate climate makes it convenient to grow an almost limitless number of plants year-round. This makes each season in the Gardens feel like it has its own character – […]

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Weekly Words – The simple road…

“It is so easy to leave the direct and simple road, and so difficult to find it again.” ~ Edward W. Bok, Twice Thirty Twice Thirty by Edward W. Bok […]

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A Flavorful Concert

Since his arrival last October, Geert D’hollander has had his “plate” full once becoming the fourth carillonneur in the history of Bok Tower Gardens. His enthusiasm for the carillon has […]

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Last Chance! Guided Garden Tours End April 15

Join one of our volunteer Garden Guides for an insider’s look at the Gardens before they’re over for the season! These 45-minute walking tours provide an in depth look at […]

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Fresh, New, Original Music ‘Under the Stars’

Join us for an evening of fun and inspiring performances Saturday, April 27 with our annual springtime Concert Under The Stars. Is it Jazz? Folk? Bluegrass? Rock? Or a unique […]

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Latin Flair: Robert Phillips’ Spanish Guitar

Have we saved the best for last? Join us this Saturday evening, April 13 to find out! The final performance of this spring’s “Live at the Gardens” concert series features […]

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Conquering Iron Mountain…One Step at a Time!

A little over a year ago, I decided to take on yet another challenge of redefining my life at “50” – I determined it was time to run. Or maybe […]

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Weekly Words – Inspiration from Edward W. Bok

Welcome to Weekly Words! Each week we will share with you timeless quotes, quips and inspiration from the writings of Edward W. Bok. Though he never considered himself to be […]

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From Carnegie Hall to Pinewood Estate

When you think about Bok Tower Gardens, what comes to mind? Meandering pathways through a lush Florida landscape? Or maybe our “Singing Tower” carillon, or the 1930’s Mediterranean-style Pinewood Estate? […]