Thursday, November 18, 2010
HOLIDAY FESTIVAL - SANTA, LIVE REINDEER, ENTERTAINMENT, SHOPPING
posted by admin at 13:21 || under Monthly Newsletters
caroling - Clark Gardens eNewsletter - Holiday Festival
BOOtanical - A BOOst to Food Banks Fall is my favorite time of the year in the garden. Most of our summer annuals are still in bloom when suddenly the temperatures begin to drop and fall color pops! So you get the best of both worlds - summer and fall color with the added bonus of pleasant temperatures. This year is ...
Halloween BOOtanical Success Story
BOOtanical Festival was amazing this year thanks to over 100 volunteers who came out to support the festival. Over 1400 people attended the festival.
As in the past two years, admission to BOOtanical was nonperishable food items to be donated to our area food banks. Through the generous donations of our guests food items were donated to the three area food banks: First United Methodist Church, First Christian Church and the New Haven Ministries.Autumn Color in the Gardens
Photo courtesy of Carey Borgens.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
HOLIDAY FESTIVAL OPENING NIGHT DECEMBER 3RD - BENEFITTING ARM
posted by admin at 8:32 || under Special Events
|Holiday Festival 2009|
It's time for our second annual Holiday Festival. The festival is held the first two weekends in December. Enjoy the entertainment rain or shine - in our all-weather, heated tent. Nice!
Thursday through Sunday, December 3rd - 6th and
Thursday through Sunday, December 10th - 13th
Thursday through Saturday, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Sunday, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Thursday, December 3rd at 5:30pm, the festival comes to life with tree lighting, caroling and a surprise visit from Santa.
Admission on Thursday, December 3rd is a fundraiser for ARM (Addiction Recovery Ministries). Suggested donations are regular admission fees. All Thursday proceeds will be donated to ARM.
Opening night guests will be treated to local entertainment. Local singer, songwriter Stan Crawford will perform along with the Millsap High School Band, the Mineral Wells Wranglerettes and a local boys Drum line. Also performing are David Owens and Tim Graham with Cowboy poetry, followed by ...