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Wednesday, April 8, 2009
EASTER AT CLARK GARDENS
posted by admin at 8:00 || under Special Events
|Clark Gardens Botanical Park Newsletter|
Easter Sunrise Service
Join us Sunday morning, April 12th, at 6:30am, for an Easter sunrise service. The First United Methodist Church of Mineral Wells is officiating. There is no fee for attending the service.
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We are also pleased to be hosting a Pack-Your-Own-Picnic Lunch, and an Easter Egg Hunt. Bring your lunch and enjoy it in the Gardens' atmosphere.Easter Egg Hunt
The Easter Egg Hunt starts at 1:00 pm, April 12th, for children 12and under (limited to the first 200).
The fee for children 5 to 12 years old, is the regular admission charge of $5.00. For children 4 and under who wish to hunt eggs, there is a $3.00 charge. For children 4 and under who are not hunting, there is no charge.
|Plant Sale April 10th-18th|
Our large plant sale area offers you the opportunity to take home the beauty of Clark Gardens. All of our proven ...
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
CLARK GARDENS MAY 2009 NEWSLETTER
posted by admin at 9:32 || under Monthly Newsletters
|Gardening with Texas Tough Heirloom Bulbs|
with Chris Wiesinger
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2009
Time: 10:00 am
Clark Gardens presents Chris Wiesinger, The Bulb Hunter on Saturday, May 2, 2009. Mr. Wiesinger, President/Owner of Southern Bulbs, specializes in rare and tough bulbs suitable for Texas landscapes. For those eager to enrich their gardens with a touch of color and fragrance, heirloom bulbs are unusual,endangered beauties, guaranteed to enhance the beauty within every garden.
Chris is a 2004 graduate of Texas A&M University, where he majored in horticulture and floriculture, and was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Chris founded the Southern Bulb Co.from a college project upon graduation .
Following his presentation in Clark Chapel, Mr. Wiesinger will be available for questions and answers. He will have a selection of bulbs available for purchase. Many of the beautiful,endangered bulbs cannot be found elsewhere.
Regular admission fees apply: $7.00/adult; $5.00/senior and children ...
Thursday, August 13, 2009
CLARK GARDENS AUGUST 2009 NEWSLETTER
posted by admin at 8:03 || under Monthly Newsletters
This summer has flown by. June's Music and Art Festival was an amazing experience for the Gardens. The nights were beautiful all be it a little warm. Our first night we were serenaded under a full moon. Totally cool. We thank the bands, musicians, sound guys and David Adams. David booked the bands for the event and he did a great job.
Fall will soon be here. I know this because I watched the first preseason football game last night. We look forward to the season change; hopefully more rain and much cooler temperatures. The guys in the Gardens continue to work nine hour days, including Max. I don't know how they do so, but I do appreciate and admire them for their diligence and conviction. Thanks to them the Garden is just as beautiful in August in 105 degrees as it was in May in 90 degrees. ...
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
CLARK GARDENS APRIL 2009 NEWSLETTER
posted by admin at 8:00 || under Monthly Newsletters
Welcome to Clark Gardens
Spring has arrived. Come join us for our Spring Festival, check-out our new gift shop and learn more about our Gardens and their history.
| Spring Festival|
Join us for two days of fun, food and entertainment - for all ages.Model Train Show
Classic Car ShowSaturday, 1pm - 4pm
- North Texas Garden Railway Club: G Scale
- Tex-N Modular Railroad Club: N Scale
- Lone Star Flyer: S Scale
- Annetta Valley and Western Railroad Club with 7 Scale Models
- Clark Station with its permanent G Scale layout with HO and O scales.
- Take a ride around the Park on the Choo Choo Express Trackless Train
- Purchase model trains from participating retailers: Train Boxes Plus and Cayuga Trains.
- Sponsored by Faith Covenant Church
- Hosted by Mineral Wells Muscle
- Cars judged by the Parker County Cruisers Car Club
- Trophies for class winners and dash plaques and goody bags for the first 50 entries.
- Entry fee $15, includes 2 free passes to ...