We all love our educators.  This last 10 months has been so challenging for everyone, but especially for educators.  There is the combination of in person, distance learning and/or a hybrid of the two.  From the teachers that I know, it's been really difficult.  And yes, it's been difficult for the parents and students as well.  But the educators are used to having kids in class, interaction that isn't through a computer.  Dealing with the feed cutting out, freezing, bad connections, kids just straight up not showing up, not turning in assignments and the list goes on.  We get it, it's been really hard.

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So, this coming March, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is offering free admission to Minnesota educators.  Everyone needs a break, and to get out and enjoy the great outdoors.  Hopefully this March will be a time when the weather will cooperate and it will be a time when people will want to do some thing outside.

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The Minnesota Arboretum is suggesting that educators take advantage of the hiking trails and more!

"We invite our Minnesota educators to enjoy early spring at the Arboretum by exploring miles of hiking trails, fine art in the Harrison Sculpture Garden and Reedy Gallery, and our early spring bulb displays. We hope this provides an opportunity for them to unwind and recharge."

Normally tickets are around $15 per person.  They are offering a pair of free tickets to Minnesota educators.  Reservations will be required.  This is to make sure that there is still social distance protocols are being followed.

You can check out their website for more information.  Make a day of it!

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