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Daffodil Walk & Spring Celebration

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May 23

Open 9am – 4pm Saturdays, 10am – 3pm Sundays and Victoria Day

Celebrate the Arrival of Spring!

Join us at Ashton’s Garden Centre on Saturdays and Sundays this month to celebrate the arrival of Spring with a woodland walk lined with thousands of daffodils that’ll wash away those winter blues. With educational and interesting fact signage to be found along the way, opportunities for that perfect selfie, spots to sit and enjoy the scenery and a third of the walk along a river – you’ll feel the stresses of the world melt away as you enjoy the chance to get out after a long cold winter! We also have a large selection of Daffodils potted up and ready to take home (available whilst stocks last), with many varieties you will have seen during your walk. The Daffodil Walk & Spring Celebration is not to be missed rain or shine! It is Spring, after all!

Fun for All the Kids

Let the kids run free and enjoy the great outdoors. With magical signs along the walk, a free scavenger hunt and colouring sheet they’re sure to have fun! Plus on Saturday May 7th – Vana will be joining us with her beautiful Angora Bunnies – feel there super soft fur and maybe get a photo with them and the kids. And with award winning Author Michelle Robinson making appearances  even young children will find something to enjoy.

Book Readings for Kids – Ages 5 – 7

(May 7th, 8th & 21st Only)

Michelle Robinson is the international bestselling, award-winning author of picture books including The World Made a Rainbow, She Rex, There’s a Lion in my Cornflakes, A Beginner’s Guide to Bearspotting, Grandmas from Mars, the Goodnight Spaceman series and many, many more. Michelle has written over 40 books and dreamed of being a children’s author since she was five! In 2021, she moved from England to Tatamagouche with her husband and two children.

During the day she will be reading some of her best sellers including – When Jelly Had a Wobble, When Cucumber Lost his Cool and The Day Banana Went Bad – and she might even dress up as a banana!!! Michelle will be reading some of her silly and fun storybooks at 11am, 1pm and 3pm (Saturday) and 11am and 1pm (Sunday) with the opportunity to purchase signed copies of these and some of her other amazing tales!

Explore the Garden Centre

With Summer just around the corner, it’s time to think about planting up that garden, dusting off your containers and sprucing up that potting shed! Come browse our extensive range of Summer Bedding Plants, Hanging Baskets, Planters, Vegetables and Herbs in our greenhouse, or peruse our range of perennials!

On Saturday May 7th, We’ll have Karen Drewery a British baker with us and her floral themed treats and cakes – stop by and say hi – she’s a true Yorkshire lass and loves to chat! Karen will be with us from opening until she sells out and it doesn’t usually take long! And for those of you that love indoor gardening Kay From Away will be with us, making and selling a variety of macrame.

Explore The Local Area

With Tatamagouche only minutes away, why not make a day of it – With a top class local brewery, chocolatier, places to eat, riverside trail and shopping, you’ll be sure to find something of interest!

Details

DateMay 23
Time10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
TagsOutdoor Event / Dog-Friendly / Parks / Family Fun / outdoor activities / Spring Garden Area / family event / support local / shop local / local / walking trails / Event / Wildlife / Things to do / Nature / Outdoor Adventure / Local Secrets / Activities & Attractions / Flower Shop / Pet-Friendly / Mother's Day
Event CategoryCommunity & Civic / Holiday & Seasonal / Markets & Shopping
VenueAshton’s Garden Centre

 


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