Not sure what to do this Saturday? Call up the girls and make a day of it.

After Breakfast: 

Stop by and support the Palm Coast Arts Foundation! Shopping, music and more awaits you at the First Saturday Creative Bazaar in Town Center from 9 am to 2 pm.

Entertainment Music Schedule:

10:00 AM: MUSIC BY WIGGLES MCGHEE, TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC
11:00 AM: WINDY WOOD PLAYERS

*Stop for a light lunch at The Green Lion Cafe or European Village 

After Lunch:

OPEN HOUSE THIS SATURDAY – JUNE 5th from 1-3 PM The Garden Club at Palm Coast will be recognized as one of the first community organizations in Palm Coast with an exhibit at the Palm Coast Historical Society Museum.
The Club was formed in 1975 with the first official meeting in June 1976.
The Palm Coast Historical Society will be holding an Open House on Saturday, June 5 from 1 – 3 pm at the museum in James Holland Park, 18 Florida Park Drive.
Jane Villa-Lobos oversees the garden club’s propagation guild, offering more than 400 plants for sale during the 8th Annual Spring Festival & Plant Sale hosted by The Garden Club at Palm Coast.
Everyone is invited, so bring neighbors, friends, or anyone interested in gardening. The exhibit will run through August. The museum is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1- 3pm.
Historian Mery Gable, Jane Villa-Lobos and their team have been working on this exhibit for several months gathering historical information to highlight the club’s activities throughout its 46 years!
This exhibit coincides with National Garden Week (June 6-12) which is a program of National Garden Clubs, Inc. There will also be a display at the Flagler County Public Library created by Nancy Iandoli.

 

 

 

1 COMMENT

  1. Thanks Danielle for covering the Garden Club’s Open House at the Historical Society. We can always count on you to cover our events.

    Jane Villa-Lobos

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