"The Interplay Of Gardens, Art & Architecture" a Musical Chair Party to Benefit The Eugene Symphony
A Presentation of Garden History by Helene-Carole Brown & Lunch for 25 Guests
RSVP to Sandy Harland (541) 687-2814
“Gardens came before gardeners, and but some hours after the earth,” said Thomas Brown. Well, Helene-Carole Brown, historian and researcher won’t go that far back in this fascinating program of garden history, but she will include 18th, 19th & 20th-century gardens and their evolvement. You’ll be fascinated by her story
of how garden designs followed the trends in art and architecture, illustrated by the gardens and architecture of the renowned Getty Museum. Bring photos of your own gardens to share during a
luncheon of sandwiches, salad, desserts and beverages on a deck overlooking Lowell’s lush trees and landscape. A carpool caravan will leave from the Oakway Center. Additional information will be included with your registration confirmation.
For this event, $12.50 per person may be deductible for Federal Income Tax purposesVisit Event Website for More Info
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