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Coffee in the Garden - the Borun Garden

  • March 22, 2020
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Brentwood (Los Angeles)

Registration

  • Non-members are welcome at SCHS events, but we request a $10 entry fee.
  • Household Memberships may register both people listed on the membership. One member can be the primary registrant; the second member should be included as a guest. Limit: 1 guest.
  • CITG events are free for members, non-members are requested to pay the $10 entry fee. Click "Add Guest" to register your guest & generate an invoice.
  • CITG events are free for SCHS members. Click '"Add Guest" if you are registering for more than 1 SCHS Member.
  • We encourage students of all ages to attend our events free of charge. Please show current student ID at the entrance.

Southern California
Horticultural Society

CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

We are working on rescheduling this event.

Coffee In The Garden - the Borun Garden
Sunday, March 22, 2020
from 10am - 1pm


For over 50 years, the late Ruth Borun nurtured her garden and worked with designers and her daughter, Nancy, to create a treasure that was featured in the Los Angeles Times, Sunset magazine and Christopher Lloyd's book, Other People's Gardens. The Borun family is inviting us to enjoy the garden at its spring peak this month. Please download this flyer for more information:
SCHS Borun CITG 2020 FINAL.pdf

The SCHS will be providing coffee, cold drinks and light refreshments during the event. This event is free for SCHS members, with a $10.00 entry fee for non-members and guests. We also offer free entry to students of all ages with current school ID. Please note: carpooling is encouraged due to limited street parking.

Registration is required to create a list for check-in at the event. The garden address and directions will be provided upon receipt of registration. Online registration closes on Friday, March 20. For questions, contact: socalhort@gmail.com or Carol at: 818-746-7866

Photographs courtesy of John Schoustra and the Borun Family

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