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May 11, 2017: Community Calendar Plus.

May 11, 2017: Community Calendar Plus.

DRAFT UPDATED May 13th. See bottom for late additions.

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May 7 – Guided Tree Tour of the Arboretum. ++++
Explore this urban gem with tour leaders. Sunday May 7, “Flowering trees: blossoms and pollination”. The tour will focus on showy tree flowers like the magnolias but there is much to learn about all trees in bloom. Some trees are male, some female, but most are both! Climate change is also affecting the flowering and leafing-out of trees. The flowers and pollination are the key to their survival. Come and enjoy the colour as you learn about the trees. The tour leaders are Robert Glendinning and Zoe Panchen. The tour will start at 2pm by Building 72 in the Arboretum. Although the tours are free and open to the public, please register in advance at trees@friendsofthefarm.ca or call 613-230-3276 . Donations to the Friends of the Farm will be kindly accepted during the tour. Visit http://friendsofthefarm.ca/arboretum-tree-tours/ for more information.
And Mark your calendars! Upcoming Tree Tours include:
May 28 – Tree Leaves of Canada with tour leaders Zoe Panchen and Eric Jones.
June 11 – Insect Tree Tour with tour leaders Christian Schmidt, Henri Goulet.

May 7 – Hazardous waste depot. ++++
The annual household hazardous waste depot in our ward will be held on May 7 at Tunney’s Pasture. For more info on this Tunney’s depot and others across the city visit http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/garbage-and-recycling/hazardous-waste-and-special-items .

May 7 – Spirit of Rasputin’s AGM.
Spirit of Rasputin’s Jam and Annual General Meeting will take place at 3 p.m. at the Westboro Masonic Hall (430 Churchill Ave. N. at Byron).

May 9 – Friends of the Farm Master Gardener Lecture. ++++
From 7 to 9pm. “Container and Balcony Gardening” with Rebecca Last. For those of us with limited growing space, gardening in containers can be a great way to accommodate more plants, grow things out of zone or out of season. FCEF members $12, non-members $15, Bldg 72 CEF Arboretum, east exit off Prince of Wales roundabout. 613-230-3276 http://friendsofthefarm.ca/master-gardener-lectures/ .

May 12 – Nepean Choir.
Come hear ‘Music of the Americas’ presented by Nepean Choir and guest instrumentalists, ‘Colores Andinos’ 7:30 p.m. Woodroffe United Church (207 Woodroffe Ave.) Tickets: $20. Children under 12: free. Info at nepeanchoir.ca and 613-435-6382 .

May 12 to 14 – Inter-faith food drive.
Good Samaritans invite Ottawa residents to join an Inter-Faith Food Drive to feed the poor in our community and show solidarity with one another. Bring some non-perishable food to your place of worship on Mother’s Day weekend. We are asking each place of worship to announce the food drive several times and deliver the food donations to the Ottawa Mosque parking lot, where volunteers will load it onto Ottawa Food Bank trucks. Places of worship can deliver their food donations to the Ottawa Mosque (251 Northwestern Ave.) on Friday May 12 from 3 to 7 p.m.; Saturday, May 13 from noon to 7 p.m.; or Sunday, May 14 from 1 to 7 p.m.

May 13 – Parkdale Food Centre Book Sale.
We are hosting our first PFC Book Sale at 16 Julian Ave. from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Stock up on some summer reading! All books are $2 and all proceeds go to the Parkdale Food Centre.

May 13 – Improving Income in Retirement.
Are you approaching retirement? This presentation is an overview of the income sources available to Canadians during retirement. It will highlight important considerations that affect retirement income. In particular, recent government changes to CPP and Old Age Security and the move toward defined contribution plans by corporations are discussed. Learn how proactive planning can help improve after-tax income. Presented in partnership with Elie Fakhouri, Chartered Financial Analyst. Elie specializes in tax planning and retirement strategy. Please register online. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Saturday May 13 at 2 p.m. For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca .

May 13 – Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club open house.
Drop by, have fun, and try lawn bowling at the Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club open house (corner of Golden and Byron). Saturday May 13 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Rain date: May 14) or May 16 from 7 pm. to 9 p.m. Please wear flat soled shoes for the tryout. For more information go to http://highlandparklawnbowling.ca .

May 13 – Garden, Goodies and Gift Sale.
Unitarian GoGos will hold their annual Mother’s Day weekend Garden, Goodies and Gift Sale on Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14 between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at First Unitarian Church (30 Cleary Ave.). All proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Contact unitariangogos@gmail.com for more information.

May 13 – All Saints’ Westboro Spring Fair.
Pick-up locally grown and acclimatized perennials ready for your garden, proceeds to GranAid. Find new treasures at the Flea market, browse for books and shop at the bake table. (Early birds might find a homemade rhubarb pie.) Saturday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at All Saints’ Westboro (347 Richmond Rd.) New this year, discover one of a kind wooden toys and home decorations from Good Day Workshop, a social enterprise operated by Shepherds of Good Hope. Contact the church office for more information at 613-725-9487 .

May 13 – Woodroffe United Church, Canada 150 Concert.
The Ottawa Carleton Choristers present “Canada: Something to Sing About!”, celebrating Canada’s Sesquicentennial. Special guests The Ottawa Police Chorus and M.C. Adrian Harewood. The program includes some bilingual pieces and traditional songs in French. Woodroffe United Church at 207 Woodroffe Ave. on Saturday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. Dessert reception to follow.

May 13 – Ballade to the Moon. ++++
The Ottawa Choral Society closes the season with a Rhapsody to Lady Moon, Saturday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Dominion-Chalmers United Church. The final season concert of the Choral Society is the perfect way to spend a romantic spring evening — blissed out on dreamy, mysterious music and poetry, under a gleaming Byzantine dome. Eleanor Wachtel, host of CBC Radio’s acclaimed literary show Writers and Company joins the choir as special guest to read poems to the moon. Telephone: 613-725-2560 , http://ottawachoralsociety.com .

May 13 – Walk for Alzheimer’s. ++++
Everyone will be touched by dementia, whether it’s a relative, a friend, a colleague or someone in our community. Funds raised at the Walk for Alzheimer’s stay in the community. This year, The Walk takes place at Tunney’s Pasture on Saturday, May 13. To participate as a walker, or to donate to a team, visit http://www.alzheimerottawa.ca or call 613-523-4004 .

May 14 – Friends of the Farm Plant Sale. ++++
From 9am to 1pm. Everything you need for your garden! Specialty growers and plant vendors, garden accessories, plant ‘coat-check’ service, Master Gardener advice. In Neatby Building parking lot at Carling & Maple Drive. Free admission, donations to Friends of the Farm kindly accepted. 613-230-3276 http://friendsofthefarm.ca/fcef-annual-events .

May 14 – Mother’s Day Dance.
Join us at the Westboro Legion for another Westboro Music Appreciation Event – A 50’s/60’s Dance in honor of mothers on Mother’s Day. The dance is being held in the downstairs hall. The doors open at 1:00 p.m. and the dance is from 1:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The bar and Café 480 will be open. Admission is $10 each or $15 per couple in advance or $12 each or $17 per couple at the door. Advance tickets available at the Westboro Legion bar. Please join us for live music performances that include Wilf Arsenault, Brad McCumber, Gil Charron, Louis Lacelle, Darien Hamilton-Thompson, Lorne Daley, Gene Gorgichuk, Ginette Hamilton, Neville Wells, Ron Moors and more. Everyone is welcome. For more information visit http://rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778 .

May 15 – Fraud Protection for Seniors.
Learn the various reasons why seniors are particularly vulnerable to fraud, and how to protect yourself. We will discuss how different types of fraud work, what fraud looks like, how to recognize signs of being victimized, what to do if you’ve fallen victim. Understand from real-life examples what criminals want, how you can be prepared, and what steps to take to be in control. Presented in partnership with CPA Canada. Please register online. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Monday May 15 at 6:30 p.m. For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca .

May 16 – Ottawa Independent Writers Anthology Readings Evening.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, the Ottawa Independent Writers is publishing it newest anthology. We will be reading a select few stories on May 16, and also announce the shortlist for the Frank Hegyi Award for Emerging Authors. As always, we will gather at the Hintonburg Community Centre (1064 Wellington St. W.) Our usual meet-and-greet begins at 6:30 p.m., where you get to snack and have coffee over a nice chat with fellow writers. Readings will be enjoyed as of 7 p.m. There is parking at the back as well as good times to be had. We look forward to seeing you in great numbers. For more on the Ottawa Independent Writers, visit http://ottawaindependentwriters.com .

May 17 – Friends of Churchill AGM.
Churchill Seniors Centre at 345 Richmond Road, at 11:00 am. The AGM business will include a presentation from the Project Co-ordinator and architect on the renovation of the accessibility ramp and parking lot. Light lunch will be served, followed by music and dancing with The Grateful We Are Not Dead band and a plant sale. Lunch is free although donations will be welcome. Please call the Centre, in advance, at 613-798-8927 if you plan on staying for lunch. We want to have enough for everybody, bring some large and small change for the plant sale, and bring your dancing shoes!

May 18 – Contra Dance.
Never heard of contra dance? Think traditional dancing with awesome live music (fiddles+) and a really vibrant happening community! Everyone welcome, no experience necessary, all dances taught, and you can come alone, with friends or family. It’s a great time 1st and 3rd Saturday at the Churchill Recreation Centre. Intro session 7:30 p.m., dance 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. $12. Free for youth 16 and under. For info go to http://ottawacontra.ca .

May 19 – Song Circle.
Drop-In Folk Song Circle at the Churchill Seniors Centre (345 Richmond Rd.), 6:30 to 8:30 pm. All ages and levels of experience is welcome. We will sing songs from the songbook “Rise up Singing” and include music from the 50s to the 80s, Celtic and other folk music. Cost: $2.75 For more information, please call 613-798-8927 .

May 20 – Friends of the Farm Lilac Walk Tour, CEF Gardens. ++++
Starts at 2 p.m., Donation. Take a guided tour with the Friends’ Lilac Team and discover the many varieties of lilacs and their history at the CEF. Meet at Macoun Garden in the CEF Ornamental Gardens, park at Ag Museum lot, follow the signs. 613-230-3276 http://www.friendsofthefarm.ca/fcef-annual-events .
And don’t miss “June Blooms – Strolling Through Garden History” on Saturday June 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

May 23 – Friends of the Farm Master Gardener Lecture. ++++
From 7 to 9 p.m. “Going Grassless: Honey, I Shrunk the Lawn” with Julianne Labreche. Ideas and inspirations on ways to create a grassless front garden. FCEF members $12, non-members $15, Bldg 72 CEF Arboretum, east exit off Prince of Wales roundabout. 613-230-3276 http://friendsofthefarm.ca/master-gardener-lectures/ .

May 23 – Plant Sale and Auction.
Ottawa Horticultural Society plant sale and auction is an opportunity to choose from a great selection of plants, including some unique ones. 7:30 p.m. at Tom Brown Arena (141 Bayview Ave.)

May 25 – Carlingwood Film Club.
Watch and discuss a good film in a relaxed, book-club-style chat about film and cinematography! For May: A Murder of Crows. Crows are one of the most intelligent species on the planet. This visually stunning HD documentary offers fresh insight into the secret life of crows, using tiny, state-of-the-art radio tracking devices, creative camera techniques and pioneering field research. A Canada 150 Film event, with the May theme of ‘Storytelling Through Cinema.’ Film Club runs from March-May. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Thursday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. For more information go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-film-club .

May 27 – ArtsPark, Call for volunteers. ++++
Volunteers needed for Artspark to be held on Saturday, May 27th. Interested in helping out with the always awesome ArtsPark event? Please send an email to info@hintonburg.com with subject line “ArtsPark Volunteer”.

May 28 – Guided Tree Tour of the Arboretum. ++++
“Tree Leaves of Canada” with tour leaders Zoe Panchen and Eric Jones. Sunday May 28 at 2 p.m. Meet at Building 72 in the Arboretum at the Central Experimental Farm, east of the Prince of Wales roundabout. Spring is upon us and with that trees are leafing out and the Arboretum is coming back to life. In this tour we will meet the trees that are early to join spring and those that wait till the last moment to leaf out. Come enjoy stately views of the Arboretum during the magnificent spring flush. Tours are free and open to the public, but please register in advance. Free admission, donations kindly accepted during the tour. For more info 613-230-3276 or e-mail trees@friendsofthefarm.ca . See http://friendsofthefarm.ca/event/tree-leaves-of-canada/ .

May 28 – Dollars for Dogs. ++++
Calling all dog owners in the Ottawa area! You and your dog can go for a walk to support the training of guide dogs and assistance dogs. On Sunday, May 28, 2017, participate in “Dollars for Dogs”, a fundraiser in support of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. The fun takes place at Andrew Haydon Park, 3169 Carling Avenue. All well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome. You and your pooch can join in the dog social, then walk 4-Kms through the park, and stay around for a barbecue and plenty of door prizes. The dog social and registration is from 9:30-10:15 a.m., with the walk starting at 10:30 a.m. Pay $30 on-site to participate or waive the entry fee by obtaining pledges in advance. Entry forms are available by emailing events@guidedogs.ca . You can also sign up for the event online at http://www.guidedogs.ca .

May 29 – The Quiet Body.
Led by dance instructor Lola Ryan, this session is ideal for people with limited range of motion. The activity emphasizes mobility and relaxation and invites participants to engage their minds as well as their muscles. Sponsored in partnership with MASC. Please register online. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Monday May 29 at 6 p.m. For more information, go to: https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/quiet-body-0 .

June 2 – Tony Turner Trio. ++++
Local celebrity Tony Turner’s final show in Ottawa will be on June 2nd at Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street. The Tony Turner Trio will play a set of his original songs, followed by the dance-able tunes of his other band, Shirt Tearing Boys. According to Turner: “It promises to be a big musical party where I hope to see many friends and supporters.”
For more information on Tony Turner, visit: https://www.tonyturner.ca .

June 3 – Books, Baking and Blooms Sale.
Come for the bargains, stay for the bacon. Woodroffe United Church invites you to its Books, Baking and Blooms Sale on Saturday, June 3 from 9 to noon. Pick up summer reads, something for your sweet tooth and plants for home and garden. Enjoy delicious bacon on a bun while you shop. For more information, call 613-722-9250 .

June 3 – Big Art and Plant Sale in Westboro. ++++
Saturday June 3rd, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 470 Roosevelt Ave (Two blocks south of Richmond Road). Affordable artwork and jewellery by local artists. Great selection of plants, books, treasures, home baking and our friendly café.

June 3 – Art Lending of Ottawa. ++++
A summer exhibition of visual arts. Lease, lease to purchase or purchase original fine art at reasonable prices. Local artists. Large selection of works. Saturday, June 3, 2017 (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). RA Centre (Outaouais Room, east entrance) 2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa. Free admission. Free parking. http://www.artlendingofottawa.ca .

June 10 – Prose in the Park Literary Festival.
The Third Annual Prose in the Park Literary Festival begins at 11 a.m. on June 10 in the Parkdale Park, Ottawa and finishes at 6 p.m. This beautiful outdoor day of readings, panel discussions and book-buying is the high point of Ottawa’s literary calendar. Mayor Jim Watson will open the festival at noon. At 2 p.m., we will announce the winner of the Frank Hegyi Award, Canada’s newest national literary prize. Meet Giller Prize winner Sean Michaels, Stephen Leacock Medal winner Terry Fallis, France-Quebec Prize winner Catherine Leroux and many more outstanding writers. For details, visit http://proseinthepark.com .

June 10 – Featured Artists Series. ++++
Spirit of Rasputin’s Featured Artists Series presents a performance by the colourful veteran folksinger Doug McArthur on Saturday, June 10 at 8:00 p.m., at Westboro Masonic Hall, 430 Churchill Ave. N. at Byron. Doug is continuing a long and colourful career on the folk scene as singer, writer and festival organizer. His songs have been performed and recorded by artists including Valdy, Stan Rogers, Garnet Rogers, Colleen Peterson and Nancy White. Tickets are $20 and are available at http://rasputins.ca using PayPal or credit cards.

June 10 – Friends of the Farm June Blooms, ++++
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., donation. Join us to celebrate Canada’s 150th with guided tours of the historic CEF Ornamental Gardens, meet Blooms book author Richard Hinchcliff, refreshments. http://www.friendsofthefarm.ca 613-230-3276

June 11 – Friends of the Farm Tree Tour, ++++
at 2 p.m. Bldg 72. Insect Tree Tour. Tour leaders will point out evidence of insect activity on leaves, twigs and bark of various trees. They will also comment on insects that are found on or off trees. The tour will highlight the interdependence of plants, insects and birds, all providing support for the natural world. Free and open to the public, register at trees@friendsofthefarm.ca, donations kindly accepted http://friendsofthefarm.ca/arboretum-tree-tours/ .

June 24 and 25 – Friends of the Farm Used Book Sale, ++++
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Free. Literally the best used book sale in Ottawa, choose from thousands of titles. It’s a two-day book sale for a reason! Bldg 72, CEF Arboretum, east exit off Prince of Wales roundabout. 613-230-3276 http://friendsofthefarm.ca/fcef-annual-events/ .

June 27 – Summer Flower Show.
The Ottawa Horticultural Society Summer Flower Show will be taking place June 27. Come and hear about Front Yard Edibles from Jordon Bouchard of Just Food Ottawa. 7:30 p.m. at Tom Brown Arena (141 Bayview Ave).

October 21 – Nepean HS Class of ’67 Fiftieth Anniversary Reunion.
Members of the Nepean HS Class of 1967 are organizing a Fiftieth Anniversary Reunion, to be held at Nepean High School on Broadview Ave on Saturday, October 21, 2017. All grade 12 and 13 graduates from 1967 and classmates who graduated after grade 12 in 1966 are invited to come back and relive memories of their high school days, meet their former classmates and mingle with current staff nd students. For more detailed information, please visit the reunion web site: https://sites.google.com/site/nepean67reunion/welcome-1 .

Friends of the Farm’s new book ‘Blooms’ ++++
Is about the Ornamental Gardens at Ottawa’s Central Experimental Farm A wonderful gift for anyone who loves gardens and flowers, as well as a treat for those interested in Canadian history. It is the Friends’ contribution to the country’s 150th anniversary in 2017. Available at http://friendsofthefarm.ca/ and local bookstores. Catch the author May 15 at 7 p.m. Russell & District Horticultural Society (Richard will present the History of Horticulture at the Central Experimental Farm), or May 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Chapters South Keys – Richard will be signing Blooms books, or May 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lee Valley Ottawa – Richard will be signing Blooms books, or
June 6 at 7:30 p.m. – Kanata-March Horticultural Society – Richard will present “Photographing the Central Experimental Farm” (Book available).

Call for volunteers. ++++
Clare Park Gardens is looking for a few good gardener/volunteers. Details to come…

Westboro Legion’s Bingo and Leagues.
Bingo every Wednesday night at the Westboro Legion. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. for Café 480 and games begin at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Join us with your friends, or come and meet new friends. Funds raised are donated back to community organizations. We also have bid euchre, darts, pool and sandbag leagues on a weekly basis. For more information visit http://rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778 .

Westboro Legion’s Saturday Pool.
Free pool from noon to 5:00 p.m. upstairs at the Westboro Legion. Everyone is welcome. For more information visit http://rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778.

Third Friday Song Circle.
Drop-in Folk Song Circle at the Churchill Seniors Centre (at 345 Richmond Road), every 3rd Friday of every month All ages and levels of experience welcome. We will sing songs from the 50s to the 80s, Celtic and other folk music. Cost: $2.75. For more information, please call 613-798-8927 .

Carlingwood toastmasters. ++++
Looking to improve your public speaking and leadership skills? Join us at Carlingwood Toastmasters every Monday from 6:30 to 8:30 at St. Martin’s Church 2120 Prince Charles Road. Find us online at http://carlingwoodtoastmasters.org for more information.

The OWCS Grocery Bus. ++++
For Seniors in Hintonburg, Carlington and Westboro who need assistance with grocery shopping. For only $6 Ottawa West Community Support (OWCS) provides door to door transportation and help with bagging and carrying of purchases. Each Tuesday and Wednesday, the bus departs OWCS at 9am, picks up seniors from their homes and takes them shopping at local supermarkets. For more information about the Grocery Bus and other OWCS programs, please contact the office at 613-728-6016 ( and look for their September 1st article here in Newswest On-line ).

English conversation group
Practice your English language conversation skills and meet new friends in a relaxed and friendly environment at the Carlingwood Branch of the Ottawa Public Library on Tuesdays at 6:30-7:30 p.m. No registration is required for this drop-in class. Tuesdays, January 17, 2017 to June 27, 2017. For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/english-conversation-group-tuesdays-groupe-de-conversation-en-anglais-mardis-mardi .
++++ For Rosemount Library’s second Wednesday of the month, English Conversation Circle (7:00 p.m.) see https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/english-conversation-circle-0

Carlingwood Reading Group #1. ++++
Drop-in and share the enjoyment of good books in a relaxed atmosphere, in the Carlingwood Library Meeting room, first Wednesday of each month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
June 7th : “Such A Long Journey” by Rohinton Mistry.
For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-reading-group-1 .

Carlingwood Reading Group #2. ++++
Drop-in and share the enjoyment of good books in a relaxed atmosphere, in the Carlingwood Library Meeting room, second Wednesday of each month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
May 10th 2017 – “Spool of Blue Thread” by Anne Tyler
June 14th 2017 – “Hero’s Walk” by Anita Rau Badami
For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/carlingwood-reading-group-2 .

Painter’s Circle.
Do you want to paint, but just don’t do it at home? Join a friendly group on Tuesday mornings at the Unitarian Church on Cleary Ave. All levels of ability are welcome, although there is no teaching, so participants are expected to know how to paint already. $10 fee goes entirely to the church. For full details contact Clea Derwent 613-695-0505; clderwent@gmail.com .

Bytown Swing. ++++
Come dance Lindy Hop and West Coast Swing with us on Saturday nights in Ottawa. Grab a pair of indoor shoes and get ready to hit the dance floor. Non-profit, holds a dance every Saturday at Studio X, 122-250 City Center Avenue ( 3 minute walk from the Bayview Transitway stop ). Parking available. Beginner lessons start at 8:15 p.m., DJ’d social dancing starts at 9:00 p.m. Cost is just $7 cash at the door and $5 for students and seniors.
Starting in 2017 there will be no more bi-weekly dances: we’re moving to one-off Lindy Hop events like bar nights, pop-up dances, and special live band events. The Westie Underground will be hosting bi-weekly WCS dances under a new name. Stay tuned for future announcements on dates and details! See http://bytownswing.com or https://www.facebook.com/bytownswing/ .


Late Additions:

June 17 – Spring Festival.
Saturday June 17th, Hampton-Iona Park Community Association will be hosting a Spring Festival in Iona Park. This will take place rain or shine, starting at 10.00 a.m. and feature our “new” Fieldhouse and our park garden. As part of Canada Garden Days, from June 9-18th, this will be our activity for “Ottawa Garden Days” to enjoy our garden culture with family and friends. Food and beverages will be available.

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