It takes more than lovely gardens, willing homeowners, crafty artisans, generous sponsors, gracious news sources (like the News of Mill Creek) and an enthusiastic local Garden Club to present a successful Tour—it takes YOU to buy the tickets and show up on Tour Day.
You’ve seen the posters, read the news articles, now it’s time to act. Gather your friends and neighbors, buy your tickets, put on some comfy shoes, lather on sunscreen or pack an umbrella—June 23rd is Mill Creek Garden Tour Day.
In true Mill Creek Garden Club fashion, the recent May meeting celebrated an ending and a beginning in a party-like atmosphere; they do meet in a Pub after all. The members rejoiced in the year’s accomplishments and ushered in new officers.
Thanks to fundraising events, the Mill Creek Garden Club handed out checks to some very grateful students at two local schools and to the Global Director at one local charitable foundation in February.
With all the wet, windy and gloomy days we’ve experienced this winter, the search for any hint of spring was even more urgent for Mill Creek Garden Club members and guests who boarded a bus for the jaunt down I-5 to the NW Flower and Garden Show.
“It was a dark and stormy night.” Well not really, but it was an inclement Tuesday morning when a dozen intrepid Garden Club members headed to Mount Vernon for a pre-Halloween visit to Gordon’s Skagit Farms.
Thanks to the planning of their Excursion Committee, a group of Mill Creek Garden Club members and their guests took an autumn walk in the woods, or more explicitly, the amazing Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden in the Highlands area of north Seattle.