It's a bedrock rock at the final 21+ after hours event during the run of the Conservatory's latest exhibit, Plantosaurus Rex. Enjoy this last chance to sip some suds by local brewers as you wander a primordial paradise of plants from the time of the dinos when giant ferns, spiky horsetails, and primitive cycads grew in lush abundance and fed many of the monstrous reptiles that roamed the earth millions of years ago. Dress in "cave couture" to get a free drink ticket, and strike a prehistoric pose in our Photobooth with all your neanderthal friends.
Then learn to create a tiny world of succulents, rocks, and moss, encapsulated in a glass orb terrarium with Brandi, owner of Urban Bazaar and Succulent Counter. Supplies are limited, so come early to be one of the first 200 visitors to go home with a mini terrarium of your own design. Or hop into the Sketch-a-saurus booth to create a new dinosaur species in the multiplayer drawing game "Heads, Bodies, Tails."
Official Website: http://www.conservatoryofflowers.org/special-events
Added by suemking on October 5, 2012