Children’s Garden Festival brings something ‘Wild’ to the table

By Kaelan DeeseStaff writerKDeese@oklahoman.com“Where the Wild Things Are” comes to life at the Oklahoma City Myriad Botanical Gardens this weekend with another year of recreating classic stories during the annual Children's Garden Festival.
This year, the Children's Garden area of the park will be decorated as the imaginative world of "Where the Wild Things Are" in celebration of the classic Maurice Sendak story, which is turning 50.
This year will include sculptures remaking classic scenes from the book, said Leslie Spears, Myriad Botanical Gardens spokesperson.
Past festivals have featured "Winnie the Pooh" and "Charlotte's Web.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Kaelan Deese
Staff writer
KDeese@oklahoman.com

“Where the Wild Things Are” comes to life at the Oklahoma City Myriad Botanical Gardens this weekend with another year of recreating classic stories during the annual Children's Garden Festival.

This year, the Children's Garden area of the park will be decorated as the imaginative world of "Where the Wild Things Are" in celebration of the classic Maurice Sendak story, which is turning 50.

This year will include sculptures remaking classic scenes from the book, said Leslie Spears, Myriad Botanical Gardens spokesperson.

Past festivals have featured "Winnie the Pooh" and "Charlotte's Web.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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