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NXNA Garden Tour

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WHEN
· Saturday, June 01, 2013 to Sunday, June 02, 2013
TIME
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First-ever NXNA Garden Tour – Saturday and Sunday, June 1 & 2

Benefiting North Austin Schools!

 

Kick off your summer with an event that is truly North Austin - and help our schools at the same time! Be part of the first North by North Austin Garden Tour.

 

There will be 19 gardens on the NXNA Garden Tour, Saturday, June 1. This is your chance to see, up close, 13 private home gardens, 5 school gardens and a community garden, all across North Austin, the hidden gem of Austin. From exotic succulent and cactus collections to funky chicken coops, classic Texas hideaways, and a "Keep Austin Weird" gem that will blow your mind... this tour has it all.

 

The tour is a new annual event for North Austin to promote the livability and beauty of our

neighborhoods and the vibrancy of our schools.

 

1. Self-guided Garden Tours – Saturday, June 1 – 10 am to 4 pm at gardens across North Austin

 

2. Garden Talks, Watershed Tour & Photography Exhibit – Sunday, June 2

 

10 am noon – Watershed tour starts at North Star Greenbelt Watershed, 1165 Parkfield

noon-4 pm – Talks and exhibits at North Austin YMCA, 1000 W. Rundberg

 

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online:

https://nxna.ticketbud.com/nxnagardentour

 

Detailed maps and programs are available to ticketholders at three garden tour locations:

 

11922 Oakbrook Drive

1701 Pheasant Roost

8600 Bridgeport Drive

 

A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase (cash only) at the three map locations.

The tour will be held rain or shine!

 

Proceeds from the tickets and sponsorships go to Austin Voices and will be used by the North Austin Community School Alliance for gardens and beautification of North Austin Schools!

 

Learn more online or check out details on Twitter or Facebook:

Lovenorthaustin.com

Nxnagardentour.blogspot.com

Facebook.com/nxnagardentour

@nxnagardentour

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