Discovery Garden map - larger view

Inquiries about renting/reserving space at Legion Memorial Park should be directed to the American Legion in Hollidaysburg via Virginia Smith at
814-317-7904.

Discovery Garden

Legion Memorial Park
Hollidaysburg, PA

www.discoverygardenpa.com

Inquiries about renting/reserving space at Legion Memorial Park should be directed to the American Legion in Hollidaysburg via Virginia Smith at 814-317-7904.

Discovery Garden Plant Sale

In partnership with community businesses, organizations, and Skills Foundation

iscovery Garden Plant Sale Discovery Garden Plant Sale

Saturday, May 16, 2015
9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Rain or Shine at the

iscovery Garden Plant Sale

Legion Memorial Park in
Hollidaysburg, PA

Sale items include but not limited to:

♦ Annuals ♦ Bird Baths
♦ Perenials ♦ Candles
♦ Herbs ♦ Garden Balms
♦ Vegetables ♦ Stepping Stones

Cash, Checks, and credit cards will be accepted.

For more information or to donate, contact Gwen Auman, Skills Senior Director of Development, at (814) 594-4251.

Discovery Garden Plant Sale

Proceeds from the sale will benefit Discovery Garden and Skills Foundation’s horticultural therapy program for people with disabilities.

New water feature at Discovery Garden

PA Horticultural Society awards presentation at the governor's mansion President of PHS and First Lady Susan Corbett presenting to Leslie Smith and Karen Claton

Discovery Garden: Something for Everyone

Welcome to Discovery Garden Discovery Garden offers something for everyone.

Discovery Garden is a wheelchair-accessible public garden in Blair County, Pennsylvania. Developed as a community resource, Discovery Garden provides a beautiful setting for people of all ages and abilities to relax and enjoy nature.

Located in Legion Memorial Park, Hollidaysburg Borough, and adjoining Kids’ Kingdom Play Park along the Beaver Dam Branch of the Juniata River, Discovery Garden offers something for everyone.

Since its inception, Discovery Garden has grown to encompass a series of seven theme gardens connected by wheelchair-accessible pathways. Each theme garden is designed to provide opportunities for hands-on outdoor education about flowers, plants, and ecology.