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Green Drinks this Wednesday at Homestead Gardens

| March 16, 2014, 07:10 PM | 0 Comments
Green Drinks AnnapolisThis month’s Green Drinks Annapolis will return to Homestead Gardens, for their sixth year, just in time for the Gardens’ spring open house, entitled “Setting the Stage for Spring.”

It’s a fitting title since Annapolis Green will focus on a number of upcoming spring events including the downtown Annapolis hanging baskets and planters program, “Annapolis in Bloom;” Maryland Day “Growing a Little Greener” events; and the upcoming Project Clean Stream, a signature program of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.

You will find yourself surrounded by Homestead’s beautiful flowers while enjoying delicious complimentary appetizers provided by Honey’s Harvest Market and Deli and beverages by Mills Fine Wine & Spirits.

The Gardens will be open for shopping during Green Drinks with a special discount offered for those attending the event.

Green Drinks is open to the public free of charge, with a donation to Annapolis Green to support ongoing initiatives, is requested for beverages.

Join us in the beautiful garden and learn more about:

  • The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s Project Clean Stream — your opportunity to take action for clean water by joining or organizing a stream clean up. You’ll be part of an army of over 5,000 volunteers throughout the watershed who will pickup more than 350,000 pounds of trash at over 250 sites.
  • How you can contribute to and be proud of Annapolis in Bloom — the downtown Annapolis hanging flower program.
  • Maryland Day and how Annapolis Green and our sponsor, Chesapeake Eye Care and Laser Center, are making this celebration of All things Maryland “Grow a Little Greener.”
It will be a beautiful, inspiring, and fun evening! Read more on their website.

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