When Mother Nature decided to rain on the Symphony League’s Garden of Note event, intrepid garden lovers didn’t let that stop them from reveling in the beauty of Gay Nichols and Richard Klevins’ incredible gardens. Over 75 people enjoyed walking through almost 5 acres of the gardens, many under their umbrellas. Gay’s over 200 roses, in glorious bloom, were the highlight of the afternoon. Attendees listened to the music of Ken Constable, classical guitarist, and Tamala Ragsdale, classical harpist. The mimosas and tasty tidbits prepared by Symphony League members capped the afternoon. Special thanks to all the League members who helped make this event a wonderful success!
Some comments from visitors:
“There’s something magical about walking in the rain. We talked about our trips to Ireland and England, and we felt like we were in our own little world.”
“Wonderful gardens and incredible koi pond.”
“Enjoyable, even in the rain.”
“Just lovely, so glad we came!”