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Lunch in a Summer Garden

Date/Time

Jul 14, 2013
11:00 AM until 04:00 PM

Description

A progressive dinner through lovely summer gardens.

A map on the ticket will guide participants to appetizers in a garden on Squam Lake.

At garden number two, created with native plantings, water features and a rock garden that evokes the north woods, it's soup and salad.

The main course is in garden three, a vegetable garden coming into its summer bounty. The tour finishes in a garden in the woods full of color and eclectic delights where luscious desserts await.

$20 tickets are available at Mountain Laurel Florals, Ashland; Cackleberries, Meredith; and Renaissance Flowers, Bristol. Only 75 will be sold, so get yours now. Proceeds go to a scholarship fund.

Cost

$20

Location

View map Rte. 3
Holderness, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 968-7287

Contact email

wiseacre1@myfairpoint.net

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