Join us for the 16th Annual Westminster Garden Tour

WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Westminster Cares will hold its sixteenth annual Garden Tour on Saturday and Sunday, July 22 and 23, in Westminster, Vermont. This years event will feature the gardens of internationally known garden designers Gordon and Mary Hayward, plus four other gardens. Special activities are planned throughout the weekend.

Garden tour will showcase internationally known gardens. Photo provided

The tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, July 22 and 23. Admission for one or both days. Discounted tickets can be purchased online through our website. Group discounts for six or more are also available. The event is held rain or shine.

Day of event tickets, lunch and refreshments will be available at the Westminster Institute on Route 5 or at the Hayward Garden. Morning Star Perennials will hold a plant sale at the Hayward Garden during the event.

In conjunction with the Garden Tour there will be a raffle. Tickets can be purchased for a chance to win ten fabulous prizes including a decorative quilt, a garden trellis, and a one-night stay at the Grafton Inn.

Saturday, July 22- “Creating an outdoor Leaf for your Garden” at the home of Raine Kane. Sign-up to create your own outdoor garden leaf! (Call to register, there is a small fee).

Sunday, July 23 – Demonstration: “Building your own Sapling-Trellis” Demonstration by master woodworker, sculptor, and multi-media artist Mark Ragonese at the Westminster Institute, 3534 US Route 5. Free with your ticket purchase.

Please patronize our generous event sponsors: Durand Toyota/Ford, Chroma, Silver Forest of VT, Mascoma Savings Bank, C & S Wholesale Grocers, Vermont Country Store, BurtCo, Inc. and Savings Bank of Walpole.

For more information on the tour, check our website for updates: E-mail us at or call 802-722-3607.

Proceeds from the tour support the services and programs of Westminster Cares, a volunteer organization whose mission is to create opportunities for seniors and disabled adults to live with independence and dignity in the community.

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