Cortes garden tour

The Cortes Island Museum is sponsoring this summer’s, Garden And Studio Creative Spaces Tour on June 18.

This event that gives everyone two wonderful events in one. They not only see some of the most unique and private  beautiful gardens on Cortes Island, they also have the added joy of viewing the creative environment of many of the island’s artist. Among them, there will be potters,a printmaking studio, a fine woodworking shop and painters some of who will be on display at the Old School House Gallery. This is a opportunity for both garden and art lovers to view these gorgeous and creative spaces in the glorious Cortes Island setting to make a  day of lunch, gardens and art. It will be an experience that will nourish the soul and the senses. Call 250-935-6340.

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