Friday, May 25, 2007

Shakespeare in Bloom

As Pressgrrl I visited the Shakespeare Garden for a story that will soon be published in the Courier News. It was a most enjoyable assignment, both for the beauty of the garden and the conversation with Garden Club members who were weeding the flower beds.

The Shakespeare in Bloom event on from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 2 will include guided tours and flowers will be marked with quotes from Shakespeare. There will also be a tour of three private gardens as a fundraiser for the club's work in preserving the garden. Tickets for the private tour are $15; the tour of the garden in Cedar Brook Park is free.

The Shakespeare Garden is an excellent place to take visitors in spring, summer or fall as an example of Plainfield's attractions.


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