The Edwards Greenhouse PopUp Park Is The Perfect Place To Get A Feel Of Spring

Dated: 01/26/2017

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Escape the bitter cold and snow at the Edwards Greenhouse Pop-Up Park.

The greenhouse located at the corner of Hill Road and 36th Street has created an indoor park where families can gather for a glimmer of summer.

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This is the fourth year of the Edwards Greenhouse Pop-Up Park and it’s become a staple of the cold Idaho winter. The temporary indoor park provides a respite from the ice and snow that seems to have taken over the City of Trees.

Enjoy blooming flowers, grass, and a koi pond all in the restful setting a park. Bring a picnic and make a day of it! Even dogs are allowed, but make sure they stay on a leash and that you clean up after them. Dogs are not allowed on the grass or park area.

Because the park is indoors, no running or balls are allowed.

On Saturday, January 28th, a Plein Air Painters of Idaho presents a Pop Up Art Show. The show will occur from 115pm to 4:30pm, with cookies and juice being served.

Plein Air Painters of Idaho are dedicated to promoting on-location painting in Idaho. Painters will be displaying artwork that they created on-site at the Edwards Greenhouse Pop-Up Park. Artwork will be for sale.

If you’re a yogi, then stop by for Yoga with Jason. Yoga sessions will occur at 11am and cost $10.

On January 30th, bring the kiddos for a quick session of yoga. This session will begin with a storytime that will result in a discussion of the book and yoga. This interactive yoga session will include kids taking turn spinning a wheel (similar to Twister) to find out what yoga pose they’ll do next!

The park is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and on Sunday from 11am to 3pm. But hurry! Edwards Greenhouse Pop-Up Park will close on January 30th. Hopefully the first signs of spring won’t be too far behind (who are we kidding? It’ll be winter for a while!).

Find out more about the pop-up park here!

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