Wonder Gardens announces WonderWeen event Oct. 31 is free for Bonita Springs residents

The Wonder Gardens announced that its safe outdoor trick or treat event Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to noon will be free for Bonita Springs residents. In recognition of the role residents played in saving the 85-year-old attraction and the partnership with the City of Bonita Springs, which owns the land, the nonprofit Wonder Gardens.

Wonder Gardens plans WonderWeen Oct. 31

Wondering if there is a safe, outdoor Halloween event that will delight children young and old? The Wonder Gardens is planning a fun trick or treat event with treats and surprises on Sunday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to noon. Children can explore the lushly landscaped botanical gardens and interact with more than 300 rescued,.

Wonder Gardens in Bonita Springs is looking for volunteers

The Wonder Gardens is looking for volunteers in a variety of areas at the 85-year-old attraction in Bonita Springs. Opportunities are available indoors and outdoors for high school, college students and adults. Teenagers under age 16 must volunteer with a parent or guardian. “Our volunteers are our lifeblood,” said David Rahahe:tih Webb, president and CEO.

Openings are still available in popular weekly ‘Camp Wonder’ sessions at Wonder Gardens

The Wonder Gardens has openings for students entering grades 3-5 in weekly “Camp Wonder” summer camp sessions offering educational wildlife experiences, hands-on activities and science exploration. Open remaining sessions include: • Plant Wonder, July 26-30. Campers will learn about different plants, what makes them unique, and the unusual ways we benefit from plants. Campers will.