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Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis – Flower, Food and Foto Show

Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis – Flower, Food and Foto Show

Saturday, August 10th, 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm and Sunday, August 11th, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

University of MN Landscape Arboretum in the Oswald Center, 3675 Arboretum Drive, Chanhassen (1/2 mile West of MN Hwys 5 & 41)

Free and open to the public once inside the Arboretum Read more about Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis – Flower, Food and Foto Show

Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis Biennial Public Garden Tour

Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis – Biennial Public Garden Tour

Saturday, July 20th, 2019, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (rain or shine)

Visit seven stunning gardens in the west metro Twin Cities suburbs, where proceeds will benefit the MWGCM Scholarship Fund.  Drive yourself or ride on an air-conditioned motor-coach (departing from the N. end of the Target parking lot of the 7-Hi Shopping Center, located at the northwest corner of MN Hwy.7 and Henn. Co. Road 101 in Minnetonka).                                      Read more about Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis Biennial Public Garden Tour

Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour – Spring 2019

Once again, a group of artists around Lake Minnetonka will be opening their home studios to the public in early May. In its eighth year, the Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour is excited to include previous Artists, and a number of new Artists at new locations, and of course, new artwork.
The Tour will include 32 artists in fourteen studio locations. Studios are located in Deephaven, Excelsior and Minnetonka. Information on each artist can be found on the Tour's web site -- www.LakeMtka-StudioTour.com Read more about Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour – Spring 2019

March Floral Design Workshop

Inspired by nature, this willow basket wreath will be your favorite accent for a springtime welcome. Featuring permanent stems of viburnum, blooming forsythia branches, and streptocarpus, and finished with cheerful ribbon, a butterfly pick, and a bird’s nest, this arrangement captures the sights of spring. Best of all, it requires no water and will last long through the season. Read more about March Floral Design Workshop

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