Moody Gardens Early Stage Program: January “Flavors of the Forest”

Come and enjoy a wonderful Rain-forest experience to kick off your New Year! Please join us for special tour set up to experience an aerial view from the top of our Rain-forest canopy. From this location, you will experience an array of different species of beautifully colored birds, monkeys, bats, butterflies and even our River Otters on our way up to the canopy!

After touring the Rain-forest, enjoy a wonderfully fun, entertaining presentation, and savor all the different foods, beautiful spices, aromas and textures that originate from tropical Rain-forests from all over the world!              

Where: Moody Gardens Visitor Center

When: Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 @ 10:45am-12:30pm

What: Growing Together with Moody Gardens – “Flavors of the Forest”

Fee: $5/person at the door since you are touring one of the attractions


  • 10:45am: Check-In at the entrance to the Visitor Center
  • 11:00am-11:45am: Tour of the Rainforest Canopy section
  • 11:45am-12:30pm: Savor different flavors of foods, delicious spices and sweets that originate from Rainforests located around the world

 RSVP:   800-272-3900

Monthly Growing Together At Moody Gardens


Moody Gardens will begin a monthly early-stage social engagement program, starting Tuesday, October 4th. This group will meet monthly from October to April.  Arrive at 9:30am, with the program starting at 10am. Each month will feature a different aspect of Moody Gardens.

These social engagement programs are a great opportunity for individuals with early-stage dementia to connect with others in a similar situation.  A friend, family member, or care partner should attend as well and will have the opportunity to share a meaningful experience as well as connect with others.

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Krista Bohn, MPH has been with the Alzheimer’s Association for over two and a half years.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences at Furman University and her Master in Public Health from Tulane University.  She lives in Galveston and enjoys running and being on the beach!

Contact information for Krista – or 713-314-1363

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