Quest to hold garden tour

The Summerland Quest Society for Hearing Enhancement will hold its garden tour this weekend.

The Summerland Quest Society for Hearing Enhancement will hold its garden tour this weekend.

The self-directed tour is the ninth for the service organization. It features 10 Summerland gardens.

The tour will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Participants will receive a map of the gardens and a brief description of each when they purchase their tickets.

Master gardeners will be present at each of the gardens to answer questions.

Money raised from the tour will go to various Quest Society projects to improve the lives of deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired people as well as contributing to other needs in the community.

Tickets are available at Art Knapp’s in Penticton, the Beanery in Summerland and the Summerland Visitor Information Centre.

 

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