Advance tickets for Highland Blooms are available online and at C&C Electric, 2430 Line Avenue. Click here for more information.
Highland BLOOMS returns May 10, 2014 for the second installment of this much anticipated garden tour. Seven Highland homeowners will open their garden gates for a rare peek inside. In addition to these unique city gardens, we will also have area food trucks, artists, and a garden feature available for raffle.
Tickets will be $12 in advance, $15 at the door. HRA members get in for only $10, in advance or at the door. It pays to be a member of HRA!
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Tickets are available from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at C&C Electric, 2430 Line Avenue, and at all gardens on the tour through close, for $13. Raffle tickets for a beautiful water feature are also available for $2 each. The raffle prize can be seen at the garden of Howard and Sarah Scott, 2300 Creswell Avenue, also the location of a red tag sale of vintage and unique garden items.
Addresses and a map are on the back of each ticket and you are free to choose your course, whether driving or biking. You’ll find treats and surprises all along the way, including tastes of the new restaurant, Twine, at the garden of John and Jodie Gharbi, 833 Prospect Street, homemade Neiman Marcus cookies at the garden of Steve and Jean Kemp, 1045 Dalzell Street, free pass-along plants (supplies are limited) at two gardens, and live music by two of the best jazz trios around.
Tchai is Robert Trudeau, Ron Hardy, and Tracy Chappell. Read more about Tchai here.
2102 Southern Ave. will also feature Highland artisans with tax-free art and jewelry for sale.
Onya is Bryan Basco, Onya, and Darren Osborn. Read more about Onya here.
947 College St. will also feature tasty bites from Highland restaurants Columbia Cafe, Marilynn’s Place, Frank-n-Bean Tavern, Macaroni Grill, and Cheesecakes & More.
We welcome you to experience Highland today as Highland BLOOMS!
Horseshoe art; two plant hangers, each forged from a vintage horseshoe; one horseshoe door knocker. $15 each.
Teacup bird feeders to display in the garden, come with 3′ or 4′ poles that stick in the ground, made from vintage items.
Hand cast concrete garden mushrooms, each one unique, no two alike. $20.00 for a set of four.
There will be red tag items of various prices and a limited number of donated, handcrafted items for sale at the garden of Howard and Sarah Scott, 2300 Creswell Avenue, starting at $15.00. All proceeds of the red tag sale benefit the Highland Restoration Association.
Advance tickets are available online and at C&C Electric, 2430 Line Avenue, for only $10. They will be available the day of the event from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at C&C Electric, and at all gardens on the tour, for $13.
Did you see Maggie Martin’s article in The Times today? She interviewed Dr. Ted Warren, whose garden on College Street is featured during Highland Blooms, and there are also sneak peeks into all seven gardens!
We’re so excited to share The Highland Experience with you and looking forward to seeing you on Saturday!
Want this beautiful water feature for your garden? Join us for Highland Blooms! on Saturday, May 19, and it could be yours. Raffle tickets are available online and will be at all seven gardens on the tour for $2, so be sure to pick up several. You can see this lovely work of art, valued at over $200, the day of the tour at the garden of Howard and Sarah Scott at 2300 Creswell Avenue. It’s made from glazed terra-cotta, is approximately 4′ tall, and comes as a complete kit (including pump), ready to use after minimal assembly.
The drawing will be held at the end of the tour. You do not need to be present to win. All proceeds benefit the Highland Restoration Association.
If you can volunteer on Saturday, May 19, from 10:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or 12:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., please fill out this form to be contacted and added to our list. You’ll have fun as part of our team AND you’ll receive a complimentary ticket to experience Highland Blooms for free!
Thank you very much!
Onya will be performing their sultry jazz stylings on Saturday, May 19, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, at the garden of Dr. Ted & Lisa Warren, as part of Highland Blooms! The Highland Experience II.
Audiences have long been raving about Onya’s vocals since her first performance on stage at the age of fifteen. In the past, she has been noted for her rock and R&B vocals. Now audiences will get a real treat as she performs the perfect jazz set.
Brian Basco’s performance has been described as: “spine tingling”; “a unique and spontaneous performance with the audience”; “a ride to the edge and back.” His career has been cultivated into multi-instrumentalist vocalist extraordinaire through a life-long dedication to music.
Darren Osborn – an accomplished percussionist – has been performing in venues and professional recording studios, across the continent, since he was a youngster. Starting out in Nashville’s professional recording circuit, Darren honed his skills of precision and finesse required to perform this jazz that has the ability to transform your experience.
This highly gifted band of performers delivers a class act from start to finish with smooth, sultry vocals that never grow old.