It's Rhody time at Rhododendron Park!
Walk through Kenmore's famed rhododendron collection April 22
Enjoy a walk through one of the oldest collections of rhododendrons in the nation, as featured in the 1932 Wall Street Journal. The 13-acre park was created by Reginald Day Charlie Pierce, who settled with his wife in Kenmore in 1920. There's no better way to celebrate Spring!
When: Friday, April 22, 2022, from 11am-2pm
Where: Rhododendron Park in Kenmore
What: We'll celebrate our state flower with a spirited walkabout with Lisa Taylor, garden educator and author.
How: call 425.489.0707 to reserve a spot. Free.
Come enjoy the abundant varieties of rhodies in addition
to native plants and wildlife in the park. Bring a brown bag lunch
to enjoy at the covered picnic
shelter after our walk.
Drinks and dessert provided by the Kenmore Senior Center!
Meet at the cottage prior to event. We'll walk, rain or shine!
This event is co-sponsored by the Kenmore Heritage Society
Link to Lisa Taylor www.gardenwithlisa.com