Philharmonic’s garden tour returns June 29

The Bellevue Philharmonic League will host the 8th Annual “Symphony of Gardens Tour” on June 29. The tour features five private gardens in Kirkland and Redmond. Four of the gardens never have been open to the public before.

  • Saturday, May 10, 2008 12:00am
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The Bellevue Philharmonic League will host the 8th Annual “Symphony of Gardens Tour” on June 29. The tour features five private gardens in Kirkland and Redmond. Four of the gardens never have been open to the public before.

“Symphony of Gardens” is a self-guided tour. Visitors tour the gardens at their own convenience from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Artists will be painting in the gardens and discussing their artwork. As in the past, this year’s tour also includes live music, performed at the Bellevue Botanical Garden from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Refreshments also will be served at the Botanical Garden.

The “Symphony of Gardens Tour” is sponsored by the Bellevue Philharmonic League with support from Viking Bank, Sherman Clay Pianos, Wells Medina Nursery, Bellevue Nursery and Davis Wright Tremaine.

Tickets are $25 per person and all proceeds support the Bellevue Philharmonic and its music education program, “Sound Adventures in Schools.”

To order, send a check or credit card information to: Bellevue Philharmonic League, 1805 136th Place N.E., Suite 206, Bellevue WA 98005, or call 425-455-4171 during business hours. Tickets also may be purchased at Wells Medina Nursery (8300 N.E. 24th, Medina) and Bellevue Nursery (842 104th S.E., Bellevue).




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