Take mom for a stroll in the garden

Victoria Conservatory of Music’s 33rd Annual Mother’s Day Garden Tour

Strolling through beautiful gardens carried along by wonderful music, is there a better way to spend the day?

This Mother’s Day weekend (May 9 & 10), the public is invited to connect with gorgeous gardens and enjoy the benefits of our early Victoria Spring with the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s 33rd Annual Mother’s Day Garden Tour. Two-day passes grant exclusive passage to 10 hand-picked, enchanting private oasis to revel in the inspiration and joy of gardening while enjoying music from VCM students and faculty.

Have your gardening questions answered by on site Master Gardeners and participate in the ever-popular plant sale and silent auction.

Tickets are also available for those who would like to attend the grand finale at Daniel Lapp’s Joy of Life concert on May 10 at 3pm at the Alix Goolden Hall. Find more information at  vcm.bc.ca.

 

 

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