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Garden Club to host garden party

The Sisters Garden Club will hold a free garden party in two yards in Cascade Meadow Ranch on July 11, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The neighboring gardens of Pete and Judy Kershaw at 15375 Windigo Trail and Larry and Nikki Spires at 15355 Windigo Trail will be available to tour. Local artisans who will have their wares for sale in the gardens include: Bella's Baskets, pantry baskets handmade of paper rush; Jane Burkholder, hand-sewn table buckets and bucket hats from linen, cotton, and vintage fabrics; Cline Farms, hand-poured soy candles, soaps, and lotions; Karen Mueller Art, art prints, totes, and mugs from her original art; Rustic Garden, metal garden art and stakes; Edie Shelton, fused glass art; Three Friends Quilting, small quilts and table runners; and Sisters Garden Club, garden journals and puzzles.

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A vintage truck belonging to Gordon Kershaw will be parked in front of the Kershaw's property.

Quilts belonging to members and friends of the Sisters Garden Club will be on display in the gardens.

Although admission to the gardens is free, donations are welcome. Funds raised by the club during the year are donated to other local nonprofits like Harmony Farm Sanctuary, Seed to Table, and the Kiwanis Food Bank.

For more information and a map to the properties visit http://www.sistersgardenclub.com.

 

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