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Poster-2011-ArtBar Harbor Garden Club’s
2015 Garden Tour

Sunday, July 19, 2015 from 10 AM to 4 PM
~~ Rain or Shine ~~

Garden Tour

The Bar Harbor Garden Club invites you to attend their 2015 Garden Tour. This Garden Tour is a biennial fundraiser that supports a variety of community projects and funds college scholarships for Horticulture students.

A single ticket entitles you to enter six small-to-large gardens located in the Bar Harbor area. Brochures will include a self-guided Tour Map and garden descriptions. Beginning in June, tickets may be purchased for $20 at participating businesses or by mail. Tickets sold on the day of the tour will cost $25.

The Maine Sea Coast Mission will serve as the Tour Headquarters and is located at 127 West St, Bar Harbor, Maine. Here you will find our Outdoor Market where Vendors and Artists will be selling their products and crafts. This market is open to the public.  There’s plenty of parking at this location.

You may start your tour from any one of the six gardens. It is requested that dogs and strollers be left at home. In addition, the majority of the Gardens are not wheel chair accessible.

The mission of the Bar Harbor Garden Club is to promote the love of horticulture, to protect and conserve our natural resources, to provide educational opportunities, to contribute responsibly to civic and environmental needs, and to enjoy the fellowship of our members.

Outdoor Market

Beth Lambert
Plein Air Artist from Manset, Maine

Obadiah Buell
Stone craftsman from Sullivan, Maine

Brick House Succulents
Potted succulent plants

The Woodshaper Shop of Maine
Garden benches, tables, trellises, birdhouses, and more!

A Maine made garden hoe for weeding created by a 95 year old Maine gardener, Bob Perdrizet, and sold by his daughter, Grace Marsh. Her father may be at the site that day as well.

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Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Contact Us Garden Tour INFO: (207)288-9689
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