On until Sept. 3

Imagine if the shoes on your feet, the bones in your body or the books on your shelf were connected to other, stranger objects by only one feature. It may sound odd, but it’s not inconceivable.

From Basswood to Gingko there is an array of native and non-native species for you to discover!

Explore the Arboretum to learn about the specific trees that make our region unique and how people of the past and present rely on their many uses.

An assortment of wonderful objects from the vault from toys and mousetraps, to fine art and timely tools. Come and explore the many ways wood has been used in the past 200 years.

Children have high levels of energy, curiosity, and a natural love of the outdoors. Simulate the experience of a camp out in the Children’s Forest, complete with a play tent and campfire.

There’s always something under construction in the workshop at the MacLachlan and visitors can get involved. Try your hand at shake making, simple carving, building a timber frame, or printmaking!