Holiday spirit is alive and well at the Robin Hill Center. Many hours of creative action, are taking place right now with just weeks till the sale. A great time for our members to help with each other’s creations, ask for or offer ribbon or an object to add to a wreath or swag, or centerpiece. You can see above the start of what we do to bring this tradition to life. Greens and Things kicks off the Holiday season for our members and for our returning customers who are also looking forward to the sale.
Don’t forget the money we make on the sale goes for philanthropic efforts in the community. Join the fun at the sale to get a touch of Spirit for the season. Look for decorations to help with the Joy of the season while helping the community too!
Eventbrite sales are completed. BUT THE GOOD NEWS IS SATURDAY TICKETS WILL BE SOLD SATURDAY MORNING FROM 8:45am TO 11:00am AT THE ROBIN HILL UPPER PARKING LOT
Eight Moon gardens will each showcase a decade from the past one hundred years. Music from the era will set the mood for each garden, enhancing the hundreds of colorful blooms. Tickets may be purchased for Friday , Saturday , or best option all 8 gardens over two days Friday evening and Satuday
Friday, June 25 – 6P – 9P Three unique gardens and will be featured with wine tasting and light food fare from that decade. Travel through time to the 20’s with “All That Jazz”, step into the 30’s with “American Swings” and dance the “Boogie Woogie” into the 40’s. Tickets are limited on Friday so get them early.
Saturday, June 26 – 9A-3P FIve more beautiful gardens will be showcased on Saturday. Many handcrafted items will be for sale at each garden, including hand-painted garden stakes, cement stepping stones, garden aprons, and more. Get ready to be “All Shook Up” in the 50’s, welcome the 60’s with “Here Comes the Sun”, weave a beautiful “Tapestry” through the 70’s, celebrate the 80s and Moon’s bicentennial with “Born in the USA”, and end the century in the 90’s with “One Sweet Day.”
Six individual gardens featured in the 2019 MTGC Tour show the power of what the outdoors, planting and gardens do for the gardeners and their guests. This year brought a view of passion, dedication and creativity. Favorite were the various sitting areas. Some secluded some open and airy but all welcoming. Water features and fish swimming were enjoyed by the 150 garden tour guests.
Many thanks to the home owners for opening their gardens and to the guests for supporting the outreach efforts of the Moon Township Garden Club. Funds raised from this event, and all paid events, go to a scholarship fund as philanthropic efforts in gardening and environmental projects.