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fundraiser for many garden-related organizations. There will be coffee and Danish kringle, raffle prizes, and much to browse as you stroll among the twinkling lights of the decorated store.
A portion of the evening’s proceeds will go to the involved groups, which include Seattle Tilth, 21 Acres, Plant Amnesty, the Northwest Perennial Alliance, the Master Gardener program, the Arboretum Foundation and three garden clubs.
The $10 ticket cost, along with 5% of your purchases, goes to the participating organization of your choice. This would be a great time to grab some holiday gifts for the gardener on your list.
Perhaps that list includes books! I know mine does. A number of garden authors will be there signing our books from 7 to 8 p.m., and a personalized copy makes an even more thoughtful gift.
I’ll be there, along with Ciscoe Morris, Marty
Wingate, Janit Calvo, Karen Chapman, Colin McCrate, and Lisa Taylor.
Hope to see you.