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Enumclaw’s most beautiful gardens featured in garden tour

Some of Enumclaw’s most beautiful gardens will be featured on the June 22 Enumclaw Garden Tour.

Nine distinct gardens and a lemonade stop at a new blueberry farm will be featured.

The self-guided tour starts at Country Farm and Feed, 23417 S.E. 436th St. (state Route 164), where participants can pick up tour booklet featuring maps, information and suggestions.

Each stop will feature an artist showcasing garden-related art.

Lunch will be offered for an additional cost at an appointed garden, surrounded with traditional American and Irish fiddle and vocal tunes performed by The Summer Januaries.

Limited complimentary transportation will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Proceeds from the garden tour will benefit the Care Van program which offers free healthcare related transportation to residents on the Plateau. The Care Van service is not just for senior citizens; anyone showing a hardship for healthcare-related transport can request a ride for free.

On average, the Care Van completes more than 200 transports a month across the Plateau.

Tickets for the garden tour are available at Windmill Gardens in Sumner and at the following Enumclaw locations: Country Farm and Feed, GE&B Nursery and Gifts, Gramma’s Garden, Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce and Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation. Tickets also are available online or by calling ERHF office at 360-802-3206. Tickets are $15 presale and $20 the day of the event.

Additional Garden Tour information is available at www.enumclawrhf.org.

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