Federal Way Symphony Garden Tour
Saturday, July 21 (10:00am - 5:00pm)
This is a Points Northeast Historical Society Event.
The Memorial Gardens around the lightkeeper's cottage have been tended by the Dash Point Garden Club, which has been in existence for over 60 years. In addition to being able to tour several gardens in the area, a ticket will provide entrance to talks at 10:30 am or 3:00 pm in the Cottage yard by local horticulturalist, Alison Kutz focusing on "Discovering Nature's Lessons in Your Garden."
Other gardens on the tour in the immediate area include: the Caledonia Summit Conservatory, the largest private conservtory in the western US; another on Hyada Boulevard is described as "a peaceful blend of forest and flower . . . in an organic, certified backyard sanctuary." In Dash Point explore the Goodwin/Hutchinson Garden owned and cared for since 1942 by a dedicated member of the Dash Point Garden Club. Three other gardens are located in Federal Way.
The Cottage History Museum and Boat House maritime displays will also be open for guided tours.
Strollers, pets, wheelchairs and children under 10 years cannot be accommodated.
Tickets are available at Browns Point Diner or by calling (253) 529-9857.