Spring In Your Step

. June 2, 2014.
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Exercise, education and exquisite spring flora await you at the 24th Annual Ann Arbor Garden Walk. Explore water features, flowers and trees, with a peak at seven private gardens around town. $15 tickets with proceeds benefitting the Leslie Science and Nature Center and Edible Avalon, a non-profit organization that supports and develops community gardens. Follow the signs on Devonshire Rd. for garden locations. Purchase tickets at Dixboro General Store, Downtown Home & Garden, Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nicola’s Books, and online.

Saturday, June 14. 10am-4pm. $15. 734-330-8521.

For more information go to:
annarborfarmandgarden.org

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