13th Annual Gracious Gardens of Shaker Heights Weekend!
Presented by The Shaker Historical Society
The Shaker Historical Society is hosting its 13th Annual Gracious Gardens of Shaker Heights weekend June 16-18, 2017. This highly popular Father’s Day weekend event attracts more than 1,000 people from across the region.
The Friday evening Cocktails in the Garden Party is held at a private home with superb historic architecture and gardens. This garden has twice been a highlight of the Gracious Gardens of Shaker Heights tour and was featured in Fine Garden Gardening magazine for its “Curve Appeal.”
On Sunday, visit eight beautiful gardens that are sure to inspire you to create your own outdoor oasis like the designs you’ll see within the city of Shaker Heights.
As part of the Gracious Gardens Sunday tour, there will be an admission-free open house with lawn games on the grounds of the museum at 16740 South Park Boulevard, where people wishing to go on the Garden Tour can purchase their tickets, visit the museum and art gallery, and enjoy light refreshments.
The Gracious Gardens of Shaker Heights weekend is a major fundraiser that supports the Shaker Historical Society’s commitment to historic preservation, education, and community engagement. This event is also produced in partnership with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and the Ohio History Connection.
Ticket and event information:
Cocktails in the Garden Party
Friday, June 16, 2017
6pm – 9pm
Tickets: $75.00 each
Private historic home in Shaker Heights
Sponsorships are available.
Includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres,
and live music
Gracious Garden Tour and Museum
Sunday, June 18, 2017
12pm – 5pm.
Rain or Shine!
Advance tickets for Garden Tour: $20.00 each
Sunday admission to the Museum will be FREE. Tour the museum and art gallery, purchase your Garden Tour tickets and enjoy light refreshments!
Go to shakerhistoricalsociety.org or call 216-921-1201 for ticket information.
Ticket Sale locations: Bremec on the Heights, Gali’s Florist & Garden Center, J. Pistone Market, Juma Gallery, Shaker Hardware, and the Shaker Historical Society