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Safenet Garden Tour
June 4, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm$10
Spring is in bloom! Safenet Services 21st Annual Garden Tour returns Saturday, June 4th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and offers the opportunity to enjoy beautiful gardens and landscaping to support victims of domestic violence.
“This year’s tour has something for everyone! Each of our five stops is unique – we have beautiful floral gardens, a greenhouse, hardscapes with outdoor kitchen, and even a blueberry farm,” said Emily Brown, Safenet’s Resource Coordinator.
Safenet’s longest-standing fundraiser provides a relaxing self-guided tour of gardens throughout Rogers County. Vendors will be set up at each location so that guest may purchase plants and other garden accessories. The Master Gardeners of Rogers County will also be on hand at each of the homes to identify plants and answer questions.
The women of St. Paul Episcopal Church will be hosting the Garden Party Luncheon and Garden Goodies Bake Sale from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“The Garden Party Luncheon has become a tradition for the Garden Tour,” said Donna Grabow, Safenet’s Executive Director. “For $7.50 the St. Paul Episcopal Church Women have put together a delightful menu which includes a drink and dessert. The proceeds from the lunch benefits Safenet Services and the lunch is open to anyone. You don’t have to be on the Garden tour to attend.”
Tickets are $10 and are available in advance at Pixley Lumber Carpet Department, Stonebridge Garden Center, or the Safenet office. You may also purchase tickets the day of the event at any Garden Tour location. The homes on the tour are: Hope & Scott Savage, 1008 Oak Ridge Circle; Jerry L. Hastings, 1255 Easy Street; Beth Young, 1402 Quail Valley Dr., Steve & Christine Cummings, 6939 Garden Stone Lane, Owasso; and Canyon Berry Farm, 20126 S. Dickerson Dr.
Safenet Services strives to create a healthy, support environment for women and families healing from the consequences of domestic violence and sexual assault by offering free and confidential services for victims residing in Rogers and Mayes counties. Services offered include our 24 hour crisis line, 35-bed domestic abuse shelter, counseling and parenting education, protective order assistance, and victim advocacy.
For more information or for tickets, call Safenet Services at (918) 341-1424.