Saturday, June 23, 2018 • 10:00am-5:00pm
Dancing Oaks Nursery, Monmouth, OR
Dancing Oaks Nursery and Gardens will host its inaugural
Pollinator Festival on Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Nursery, located at 17900 Priem Road in
Monmouth. The festival will feature local experts from
non-profits, including the Benton County Soil and Water
Conservation District, Marion County Master Gardeners'
Bug Group, Oregon Bee Project, OregonFlora, and Salem
Audubon Society, who will answer questions about
pollinators and gardening for pollinators. It will also
feature educational activities for kids and adults,
including garden walks, and materials and instruction
for creating your own mason bee nest, as well as plant
giveaways, and pre-bundled pollinator garden “kits” for
purchase. Food and drink vendors, In-Fusion Vietnamese,
Prologue Pastries, and 1859 Cider will also be on site
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“Pollinators of all kinds – insects, birds and mammals -
are vital to our food production system and the vitality
of our natural environments,” says Leonard Foltz,
co-owner of Dancing Oaks. “As home gardeners, we can
support pollinators by filling in even a small corner of
our gardens with plants that provide food and habitat
10% of the nursery's proceeds the day of the event will
be donated to The Pollinator Partnership (www.pollinator.org).
The event takes place during National Pollinator Week,
June 18-24. The Pollinator Festival is free and open to
the public. For more information, visit https://dancingoaks.com/
or call (503) 838-6058.
2018 Garden Tour
presented by Multnomah District Garden Clubs
Saturday & Sunday, June 23 & 24, 2018 • 10:00am-2:00pm
Northern Edge of Clackamas County, OR
Come and stroll amongst the various styles of gardens
from ‘country’ to ‘formal’ to ‘designed for
entertaining.’ Tour 2 sets of gardens on the northern
edge of Clackamas County Saturday, June 23rd and Sunday
June 24th 10 AM to 2 PM Ticket Cost: $15.00 Tickets can
be purchased at: Al’s Garden Center, 7505 SE Hogan Rd,
Gresham, OR 97080 Boring Bark, 30265 Oregon Hwy 212,
Boring, Oregon 97009 Or contact Janet at (503) 723-0239
E-mail: MultnomahDistrictGardenClubs@gmail.com Please No
These two sets of gardens allow you to walk from one
garden into the next one.
Joan and Don’s awarding winning rose garden has 150 or
more rose bushes that are cared for by these Rose
Society of Portland members. This well landscaped garden
is filled with new varieties of plants as well. After
visiting the Rose Garden, walk next door to see Ralph
and Theresa’s landscape that is designed for
entertaining around their swimming pool and hot tub, as
well as, enjoying their expansive view of the mountains.
The next set of gardens, belong to Saundra and Henry.
Their garden is filled with charming containers, along
with a large vegetable garden that grows prize winning
Saundra and Henry’s property is attached to their son,
Darrel and daughter-in-law, Brenda’s garden. To reach
Darrel and Brenda’s garden, you walk along a winding
path enjoying the beauty of the woods entering into a
large garden designed for entertaining. They have opened
their home to family weddings and anniversary parties,
which included dancing and seating amongst the various