Autumn Festival At Edwards Greenhouse Kicks Off Season

Dated: 09/21/2017

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Kick off the fall season at Edwards Greenhouse on Saturday, September 23rd, from 10am to 4pm during the Autumn Festival!

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This family-friendly event is a day filled with crafts, DIY demos, live music, activities for the kids, and tasty bites.

Do-It-Yourself Creations

Try your hand at crafting your own creations during the DIY demos. For a small fee, you can bring home your own fall decor piece! Create a Scary Fairy Garden for $15, a succulent pumpkin arrangement for $10, or paint a pumpkin or terra cotta pot for $5. Perhaps you'd like some lavender calming Playdough ($5) or to participate in a pressed flower workshop ($5). You can participate in all five demos for just $35!

Classes are held every hour between 11am and 3pm. The demonstrations will last 20 to 30 minutes, with supplies provided. No reservations are necessary, but there's only enough room while supplies last!

You can also enjoy an antique show, scavenger hunt, raffle, face painting, and a photo area. There's something for everyone at the Autumn Festival!

Food Truck Heaven

While you're enjoying the festivities, you'll be able to grab a bite at a food truck! MakyJames Grill will be serving up a variety of grilled and fried American food. You can get your fill of tacos, tortas, burritos, quesadillas, and tamales at Tacos y Tortas El Paco. Twisted sister coffee and smoothies llc will be on hand to hydrate and caffeinate you.

Live music will be provided by Chris Gutierrez and Doug Brown.

While you're at the Autumn Festival, shop the special sales at Edwards Greenhouse with 20 percent off of mums, annual grasses, cabbage, and kale. Click here to learn more.

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