Thursday, May 16, 2013
Celebrate the urban garden at this progressive party in Richmond’s historic Court End neighborhood. Each garden will feature a different beverage, refreshments and entertainment. It’s like five parties for the price of one! Reservations include admission to all museums and historic homes.
The Sally Archer Anderson Garden at The Museum and White House of the Confederacy – 1201 E. Clay Street
Sponsored by Extra Billy's Barbecue
Andrew Alli and Last Night’s Blues Band
The John Marshall House Garden – 818 E. Marshall Street
Sponsored by Richmond on Broad Cafe and The John Marshall Tasting Experience at Oak Hill Estate
Historical Musician Bob Zentz
The Betty Moore Garden at Monumental Church – 1224 E. Broad Street
Sponsored by John Marshall Catering
J. Smith Jazz Trio
Becky's Healing Garden at VCU Massey Cancer Center - 401 College Street
Sponsored by Chez Max, Three Crows Bakery and Strawberry Street Vineyards
Light Jazz and Parisian Cafe Music by Adam Smith
The Valentine Garden at The Valentine Richmond History Center - 1015 E. Clay Street
Sponsored by The Roosevelt
Chris Harrison Quartet
Online ticketing has ended for this event.
Note: Paper tickets will not be mailed for the event. Each site will have the full list of reservations.
Guests may begin or end at any location.
Guests must present photo id upon entry.
Parking is available at area lots or on the street throughout Court End neighborhood.
A complimentary shuttle will run between all five sites throughout the event however all sites are in within walking distance of each other.
Event is rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable.