Garden Tour


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Saturday, March 3, 2018
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Members of The Villagers will be on hand to guide tour-goers through two South Miami-Dade Redland sites located at 21900 SW 157 Ave and 28100 SW 182 Avenue.
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These two expansive multi-acre and multidimensional properties feature an extensive collection of orchids, Asian-inspired accents, water features, restored hardwood hammock, paths, pools and tropical plants. Both gardens are featured in the Villagers’ coffee-table book The Gardens of Miami. At one location visitors will also find complimentary confections and The Villagers’ signature boutique with a variety of unique garden-related gifts for sale.

Visitors drive their own vehicles between the properties (Carpooling is encouraged).
IF YOU GO: No wheelchairs, walkers or strollers. Due to the size of properties and uneven terrain, we highly recommend that you come prepared. Appropriate clothing, closed toe, comfortable walking shoes are encouraged, and you may want to bring a water bottle, hat, sunscreen and a snack. There is no smoking or commercial photography.

TICKET PURCHASE OPTIONS:

Tickets - $30, advance purchase
Available from Villager members – we encourage you to contact your Villager friend(s) to purchase tickets,

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Online purchase through Paypal
$30 advance plus $2 shipping/handling charge.

Your MUST print your email receipt to bring as your ticket.
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Send check payable to "The Villagers, Inc." with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
The Villagers, Inc
PO Box 141843
Coral Gables, FL 33114-1843
Please include address, phone number and email on check.
DEADLINE for mail in tickets purchase is February 26.

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$35.00 at one of two start locations the day of the tour, if not sold out.

For further information, contact:
Sheila Revell: R528altara@aol.com
We regret that the venues are not able to accommodate wheelchairs, walkers or strollers.

All proceeds go toward the preservation and protection of historic sites and scholarships.