Gorgeous gardens, art, music, and more.. this Saturday

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Saturday, June 17 is the big day for the beloved annual Secret Gardens of Lake Forest Park Garden Tour and Market!

For one day only, you get to peek behind the gates to tour six of the most special private gardens in Lake Forest Park. Exquisite landscaping, glorious flowers and plants, peaceful water features, unique garden art, and more will inspire and delight you on this wonderful tour.

Each garden will also feature live music, working artists, and gardening experts to enrich your experience and make each stop extra special.

Meanwhile, back at Town Center, the garden market will offer up a dazzling array of native plants and flowers and handcrafted garden art to help turn your own home retreat into something wonderful as well!

The ever-popular gardening celeb Ciscoe Morris from KIRO-FM will be on hand at the garden market from 11 to 1 to talk gardens with emcee Mike Munro and answer your gardening questions. And after that, Seattle’s most relaxed ukulele band Strum will take center stage to entertain and amuse throughout the afternoon.

The annual Secret Gardens event is co-presented by four local community nonprofits – the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council, the Lake Forest Park Stewardship Foundation, the Lake Forest Park Garden Club, and of course, Third Place Commons. All proceeds benefit these four organizations and are also used to purchase public art for Lake Forest Park.

The market opens at 9am when you can also begin picking up your garden maps and get an early jump on the shopping before the gardens open their gates at 10am. The gardens and market close at 4pm, so be sure to get there early so you don’t miss a thing!

Tickets are $20 on the day, but just $15 each when you buy early either online or at one of ticket outlets. Get your tickets online or find an outlet here


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