Mother's Day Weekend
Celebrate with Mom
Mother’s Day Weekend May 10th & 11th
Mother’s Day Weekend….something a little different!
2014 is Lakewold’s 25th Anniversary and we’re mixing things up for MayFest. In lieu of our traditional Mother’s Day Brunch, we’ve decided to conclude our annual event with an invitation to use your 5 senses. Enjoy the scent of blooming flowers, see the beautiful gardens and exhibits, listen to talented musicians, taste tantalizing treats sold by selected vendors and then touch and take assorted plants and gift items home purchased from Lakewold’s Garden Shop to enjoy well after your visit..
Lakewold welcomes all to visit the gardens on this special weekend. Explore the newly constructed Asian inspired garden. Then enjoy a walk through the Wagner House featuring a variety of exhibits and displays. Upstairs, the Lakewood Arts Commission City of Lakewood in its 5th year of partnership will present over 20 local artists and their favorite works. In the living room, Tacoma artist Natalie Oswald natalieoswald.com has organized a hand selected art exhibit, including works from herself, Allison Agostinelli http://fineartamerica.com/ and Lois Yoshida http://loisyoshida.com/. Special demonstrations will be held on Mother’s day by Natalie and Allison. In the dining room the Olympia Weavers Guild olympiaweaversguild.org joins us for their second year with a variety of woven textiles showcasing a “Four Seasons” theme. In the sunroom, Lakewold’s first Volunteer Jewelry Sale will take place with the proceeds dedicated to improvements to one of Mrs. Wagner’s favorite areas, the Rock Garden. Alongside, two special vendors will be on hand to provide tasty treats. Abeille Baking Company will have delectable “French Pastries” for purchase, as well as Edie Rahlf the “Sonsie Chocolatier”, with her delicious handcrafted chocolates to enjoy with a complimentary cup of coffee or cool beverage. Photographer Randi Stumpp will be on hand to offer Mother’s Day Photo portraits for online purchase. No reservations required.
On Saturday, May 10th Lakewold’s new Youth Program, the Green Thumb Explorers Green Thumb Explorers kicks off with an activity and registration booth to introduce this exciting new program. Between the hours of 11:00 and 2:00 pm, student musicians will perform works on Lakewold’s Steinway piano to create a lovely ambiance adding to the celebration festivities. Stone craftsman Keith Phillips joins us once again to demonstrate and display his fantastic works of stone carving. He’s also known to bring out his Bagpipes to play while he takes breaks from his work, another talent he loves to share.
Make sure to stop by Lakewold’s Garden Shop, surrounded by a glorious display of seasonal and specialty plants to take home to enjoy for years to come. Stroll inside and discover our unique gift items for your home and garden, while taking advantage of our fabulous Mother’s Day specials!
No reservations are required. General admission fees apply. For more information please call Susan Steen at 253-584-4106 x108 or e mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
12317 Gravelly Lk Dr SW
Lakewood, WA 98499
Post Office Box 39780
Lakewood, WA 98496