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6/18 Daybreak Interview: CVSO Garden Stroll


Join in the exquisite 16th Annual Garden Stroll, and view five local gardens featuring the horticultural talents of experienced gardeners, live music by symphony musicians and artwork being created by Chippewa Valley Water Color artists.

WHEN: June 22 from 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Rain or Shine.

WHERE: Five lovely residential gardens located in Altoona & Eau Claire

WHY: Benefits the Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra and it's a great opportunity to enjoy a summer day while getting garden ideas.

WHO: Gardening and nature enthusiasts, symphony supporters, anyone 12 or older who enjoys being outdoors

HOW: Tickets $15  available at: Brent Douglas Flowers, Chippewa Valley Growers, Down to Earth Garden Center, Festival Foods, Gloria Jean's Coffees, Klinger Farm Market, Lowes Creek Tree Farm, May's Floral, The Potting Shed & all garden locations and all garden locations and St. Mary's Community Center on the day of the stroll. TICKETS INCLUDE A DETAILED MAP OF STROLL HOMES.

HOSPITALITY CENTER: St. Mary's Community Center, Altoona - Coffee, Cookies and live music, 9a – 3p


Greg & Jill Granlund, 1013 Barland St.,  Eau Claire  – garden features hardscapes, sculpture and fish pond

Maria Demark home, 1804 Hoover Ave,  Eau Claire – the ultimate urban garden featuring vegetables, mushrooms, and flowering perennials - designed for space efficiency

Robert & Mary Horejsh home, 619 Moonlight Drive, Altoona – Japanese style garden with multiple ponds and areas of reflection that offer stunning views of Lake Altoona

Michael & Kristin Phillips, 6720 South Shore Drive, Altoona – larger flowing back front and side gardens promising abundant color

Lee & Jane Scheuermann, 1350 Red Pine Drive, Eau Claire – a larger front garden set among tall pines with winding foot paths

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