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Artisans show their wares and crafts at the garden

BELMONT, N.C. ? Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden will host an Artisan Open House in The Garden Store on Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, 2 – 5 p.m.

The Artisan Open House is a new program at The Garden. Designed to feature and promote local artisans, craftspeople and writers, the Open House offers visitors a chance to meet and have a discussion with these talented — and local — individuals.

This event will feature: local artisan Theresa Neumayer of Faery Kiss Naturals; Jim Hoffman, author of Day Trips from Charlotte, will be discussing regional attractions and signing his recently released book; and knitters Lynne Napoli and Brenda McMullen from Ewe & I Designs will show how they make their creations.

Want to shop local this holiday season? The Garden Store is the place to do it. It features a host of local consignment vendors who make everything from soap to jewelry. The Garden Store is open during Holiday Lights at the Garden, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday.

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, the Carolinas’ Garden for All Seasons, provides guests a chance to reconnect with nature. Located within 380 acres on the banks of Lake Wylie, spectacular gardens, sparkling fountains, a visitor pavilion, gift shop and nature walk await the visitor. HGTV named it one of the nation’s “20 Great Gardens” and USA

TODAY says the Garden is one of the nation¹s best places to ‘welcome fall with a flourish.’ Committed to horticultural excellence, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is a must-see for all ages.

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is located at 6500 S. New Hope Rd., Belmont, North Carolina 28012
PHONE 704-825-4490 www.DSBG.org

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