News from Lendonwood Gardens
1308 West 13th Street (Har-Ber Road), Grove, OK 74344, 918-786-2938
March 31, 2014, LENDONWOOD INVITES VISITORS TO ANGEL OF HOPE STATUE ON DEDICATION ANNIVERSARY
In observance of the 10th anniversary of the dedication of the Angel of Hope statue, Lendonwood Gardens invites all those who have lost loved ones, especially children, to visit the statue at any time on Thursday, April 17, for quiet moments of reflection and remembrance. Click for complete article (PDF)
March 29, 2014, LENDONWOOD SPRING WORKDAY DRAWS RECORD NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS
A record number of more than 70 volunteers, including about 40 Grove Rotarians, appeared at Lendonwood Gardens to “Wake Up the Gardens” during the spring workday on Saturday, March 29. Also volunteering were members of Interact, Rotary’s affiliated student organization. Click for complete article (PDF)
March 20, 2014, LENDONWOOD SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR "WAKE UP THE GARDENS" WORKDAY
After a long, cold winter, Lendonwood Gardens needs a helping hand to “wake up” for the coming tourist season. Actually, many hands are needed to get the botanical garden in shape for visitors – and volunteers of all ages and abilities are invited to join in the spring “Wake Up the Gardens” workday on Saturday, March 29.
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February 14, 2014, CALLING ALL ARTISTS FOR ART IN THE GARDEN EVENT AT LENDONWOOD
Lendonwood Gardens in Grove is inviting all area artists and artisans to show and sell their works in the 2014 Art in the Gardens exhibit and sale on Saturday, May 3. There is no charge for exhibitors, who may retain all of the revenues from their sales. Click for complete article (PDF)
January 20, 2014, LENDONWOOD TAKES WINTER BREAK FOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
Lendonwood Gardens is taking a “winter break” now through the end of February, in order to make some improvements that will enhance visitors’ enjoyment of the botanical garden.
Jim Reynolds, president of the garden’s Board of Directors, said he believes the public will be impressed by the changes and enhancements. “We decided to temporarily close the garden, something we’ve never done before, in order to concentrate our efforts and ensure public safety around the construction projections.” Click for complete article (PDF)