A Day in May : Spring Gardens & Summer Picnics
5/13/2013 4:16:27 PM
Join the Hiddenite Center for “A Day in May : Spring Gardens & Summer Picnics” Festival of Tables Saturday, May 25th
Spring gardens are in full bloom and the Summer entertaining season is just around the corner. The Hiddenite Center’s Festival of Tables arrives just in time to supply creative inspiration and innovative ideas for making your Spring and Summer events truly special occasions.
This Festival of Tables, entitled, “A Day in May : Spring Gardens & Summer Picnics,” will be held at the Hiddenite Center Educational Complex on Saturday, May 25, 2013. Festivities will begin at 10:00am with an opportunity for guests to view all of the beautifully decorated tables. A delicious luncheon will be served at 11:00am.
Throughout the event, the Hiddenite Center will offer decorating tips, and tablescape demonstrations. As a special treat for Festival of Tables guests, the Hiddenite Center will offer the return of their popular, One Day Only Garden Gift Shop. This special shopping experience will feature a front porch plant sale with locally grown annuals and perennials, one of a kind treasures for the home and garden, vintage finds, handmade gifts, and many more delightful items. A portion of the proceeds from sales in the One Day Only Garden Gift Shop will benefit the Hiddenite Center.
Cost for attending the Spring Gardens & Summer Picnics Festival of Tables is only $15.00 per person. Call The Hiddenite Center Lucas Mansion at (828) 632-6966 to make your reservations.
Guests will be seated around tables that have been decorated to reflect the beauty and wonder of Spring, the simple joys of Summer picnics, or a favorite Summer activity. The Hiddenite Center’s Festival of Tables is a wonderful event to attend with friends and family and is a great opportunity to get inspired with ideas for entertaining and decor.
The “Spring Gardens & Summer Picnics” Festival of Tables is made possible by the Hiddenite Center’s talented family of volunteers and supporters. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Hiddenite Center and their mission of providing year round arts and educational opportunities for Alexander County and surrounding communities.
The Hiddenite Center would like to hear from those who would be interested in volunteering to decorate and host a table for this event. Please call the Hiddenite Center Lucas Mansion (828) 632-6966 if you would like to volunteer or if you would like to make a reservation for the Festival of Tables luncheon.
This Hiddenite Center event is made possible in part through the generosity of the North Carolina Arts Council Grassroots Fund, The R.Y. and Eileen Lackey Sharpe Family Foundation, Alexander County Government, The Winston-Salem Foundation, Friends of the Hiddenite Center and the Hiddenite Center’s operating budget.
To learn more about Hiddenite Center events and programs, please visit www.hiddenitecenter.com or join the Hiddenite Center on facebook by searching Friends of the Hiddenite Center.
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