Pittsburgh Botanic Garden – May 11, 2022

A History of the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is a botanical garden in Settler’s Cabin Park in the Pittsburgh suburbs of Collier Township and North Fayette Township, United States. The garden spans across a total of 452 acres, making it among the top 10 largest American botanical gardens.

Mark A. Miller is the Education Director for Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.  His current position allows him to create and manage education programs and garden-wide interpretation, oversee volunteer coordination, present horticultural and environmental classes, assist with development and installation of new gardens and buildings, and manage artist exhibitions in the new Welcome Center. Mark has served as a consultant and evaluator on a variety of projects and has authored, co-authored, edited or contributed to a number of published works.  He will speak on the history of the Botanic Garden.  The title of his presentation is “Black to Green.”

Reservations are required to assure adequate space and food. Reservations and money are due no later than 5/6/2022.

Tickets unavailable at the luncheon.

RSVP No Later Than Friday, May 6, 2022

All luncheons start at Noon at the
DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton
Take Exit 67 off Parkway West, I-376
Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue
Turn right at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton sign

ACRA members – $17.00 w/reservation
Non-members and guests w/reservation – $20.00


Mail all reservation checks to:

P.O. Box 15285
Pittsburgh, PA 15237