Boxerwood Nature Center
& Woodland Garden

Open daily for self tours from Dawn to Dusk 963 Ross Road, Lexington VA
 
 
 
 

Nature Explorer's Camp

"Moreover, in this time of vast uncertainties, trees and shrubs are a relatively stable commodity; and the garden itself has a clear, bounden role to provide a retreat from the world, from the many and various sensory offenses inflicted upon all of us as concommitants of modern living."  Robert and Elizabeth Munger, 1977.

 
 

 

Boxerwood is a Nature Center and Woodland Garden located just outside Lexington, Virginia dedicated to educating and inspiring people of all ages to become successful stewards of the Earth.

 


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Upcoming Events

 

 

 

Event Dates For Spring and Summer

 

April Earth Arts Month

A variety of events related to the arts will be held throughout the Woodland Garden at Boxerwood.

Click here for more information.

 

Wildshots Exhibit

 

Participants of the Wildshots Class that was held on April 19th will bring their mounted photographs for display and potential sale at the Boxerwood Art Show on Sunday, April 26. Rules for the Art Show are that all photographs must be taken at Boxerwood.

 

April 23rd  Kendal at Lexington's Anderson Building

As part of Boxerwood's "April Earth Arts", please join us Thursday, April 23rd in the Anderson building of Kendal at Lexington for a showing of Rivers and Tides the documentary of Andy Goldsworthy's intricate works of art made entirely with materials found in nature which are temporary in the physical realm but never forgotten emotionally. The movie begins at 7:15 and is free and open to the public.


April 26 

 An Earth Art tent sale will also be held on April 26 from 4-6pm, showcasing work produced at Boxerwood throughout the month. 


Music In The Garden

Young Rockbridge country singer Sara Jane McDonald will kick off a new season of free “Music in the Garden” concerts at Boxerwood Nature Center & Woodland Garden in Lexington, performing this Friday (April 24) on the meadow stage from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Ten concerts are scheduled for the second and fourth Fridays of the month through mid-September, featuring area musicians from Roanoke to Charlottesville.  Music-goers should bring their own picnics, lawn chairs, blankets – and kids! In the event of rain, concerts will be canceled. 

These Programs are Sponsored by Walkabout Outfitter, Elemental Biosciences, The Computer Doctor, White’s Petro Stopping Centers and Lee-Hi Travel Plaza

You can check here or on our Facebook Page should there be any cancellations of performances due to weather.

April 24 - Sarah Jane McDonald  Country

May 8 -The Fading Point   A Cappella Vocal Group from Southern Virginia U.

May 22- Vince Lewis & Nadine Chase   Classic Jazz

June 12 - Shester & Datz   Blue Grass and Old Time Music

June 26 - Honest Labor  Acoustic Blues

July 10 - SHH Trio   Modern Jazz

July 24 The Exiled Lexington CS Jam  Acoustic Mix

August 14 - Lord Nelson  Original Indie Rock

August 28 - Carrington Kay  Original Acoustic Music

September 11 - Coprolite  Jurasic Rock

 

Boxerwood Summer Camps

Nature Explorers Camp 

June Options

Session I  June 15 - 19  

Campers Pre-Schoolers ages 4 & 5

Session II June 22 - 26

Campers currently enrolled in grades K - 4

August Option

August 11 - 14

Campers 3 years of age to Rising 3rd Graders

 

More Camp information and details, click here