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Gardens, Blooms, Music, Docents, Stroll Garden -Saturday, June 26

Posted by violet_z6 6a (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 25, 10 at 0:48

Date correction and more info in this one...

Several wonderful opportunities are being offered during this event!

5th Annual Bluegrass & Blossoms Concert
Hosted by Friends of the Garden

Date: Saturday, June 26, 2010
Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park
Street: 2400 S Scenic Ave

Featuring two different bluegrass bands, Missouri Mountain Gang and Reel Greene.

The area is located in the walnut grove near Drummond Lake.

The Bill Roston Native Butterfly House is open 10 am - 6 pm and during the concert with free admission. Docents will be available to show you about butterflies and life cycles. Get a up-close look at native butterflies as they transform from egg to caterpillar, from caterpillar to chrysalis, and finally from chrysalis to butterfly! Learn about host plants and how to attract butterflies to your home landscape.

Get a up-close look is available 1-5 pm to enable visitors to view as many of the 22 gardens as possible.

Free entry for the day to the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, located in the northeast corner of the park.
Hours are 9 am - 7:30 pm

Daylilys and Asiatic Lilys are now in full bloom, be sure to bring your camera!

Bring lawn chairs & a picnic!



Here is a link that might be useful: Bookmark for Garden Events Throughout the Year


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RE: Gardens, Blooms, Music, Docents, Stroll Garden -Saturday, Jun

Thank you Violet.
I love Bluegrass music but we had a busy weekend and I didn't get to go. I saw a news story about it on tv and it looked like there were a lot of people there.


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