Cedarburg Garden Walk Showcases Stunning Landscapes
The 10th annual Cedarburg Garden Walk, sponsored by the Cedarburg Woman’s Club, takes place this year from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14 and 15. The walk will feature a total of four beautiful gardens: three in the city of Cedarburg and the fourth in the village of Grafton. There will be plants available for purchase at one of the featured gardens.
In conjunction with the Garden Walk, the Cedarburg Woman’s Club will continue to have a raffle with a very large number of wonderful prizes. All proceeds will go to very worthy causes, including college scholarships and local community charities, and to cover the maintenance expenses for the Girl Scout House, where over 500 Girl Scouts gather regularly. Tickets to tour all four gardens are $8 in advance ($10 on the day of the event) and are available at the following locations: Cornerstone Community Bank, in Grafton; Johnson’s Garden’s, on Highway 60, in Cedarburg; and Olsen’s Piggly Wiggly, in Cedarburg. Tickets will also be available the day of the event at any of the four gardens.
For more information, call 262-387-0192 or visit CedarburgWomansClub.org.
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