Since 1982, this lush and gorgeous community garden, which used to be a salt marsh, has been providing green events, workshops and lectures for adults and children alike. The most popular happenings include yoga in the garden, a full moon ritual with live music and poetry readings—all in the name of bringing people together to celebrate humanity and nature. Most events are free, and the garden is also open to the public. It doesn’t get much lovelier.
Parks & Gardens