This weekend, Tangletown Gardens hosted their 11th annual Art and Garden Tour. Customers paid $30 at the door to take part in the tour of nine artistic gardens. The folk band “Skunk Hollow” performed. To see a sample of this folk band, click on the following link-
Proceeds from the Art and Garden Tour will help to sponsor scholarships, public art, and garden projects in the Twin Cities.Two local galleries contributed to the tour by providing sculpture which could be seen in the gardens along the tour.
Although the tour is over, you can still get inspiration for your home and garden by visiting Tangletown Gardens, which has a month long sale starting tomorrow. For location and more information, see their website by visiting the following link-
If you’re hungry, you might want to check out Wise Acre, the restaurant across the street that is made from a refurbished vintage gas-station. Wise Acre serves organic and sustainable food and wine, grown on a farm near Plato, Minnesota. For more information, see their link-
You can also still see great artwork by going to the participating galleries, see below for more information.
In a time when food is being genetically modified, and big name corporations are taking over almost everything, it’s important to support local businesses, especially those who seek to help our community.
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