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BLOOMINGBURG – Guided bus tickets for the Fifth Annual SullivanArc Garden Tour are almost sold out, while self drive tickets are selling quickly. The tour features an exclusive look at private gardens around the Village of Bloomingburg on Saturday, June 29.
Cost is $40 per person for the guided bus tour, which includes travel on a Rolling V coach bus, tip, guide, door prizes and snacks. Self-guided tour tickets and maps are also available for those who want to drive their own vehicles for $25 per person (not per car).
The tour leaves from the Meditation Garden at Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Bloomingburg, where it returns at day’s end for a complimentary wine and cheese reception for all ticket holders and garden owners.
The garden tour is hosted by SullivanArc and Sullivan Renaissance with support from the Wurtsboro Board of Trade – to benefit SullivanArc programs for people with developmental disabilities.
This is an exceptional collection of beautiful gardens, including: an eclectic country farm garden, a meandering herb garden, a unique architectural home, a home with an infinity pool and an infinite view, and more. The tour stops for lunch in Wurtsboro, where the Board of Trade is hosting a “Taste of Wurtsboro.”
Tickets would make a great gift for Father’s Day, June 16 for the father that enjoys gardening.
Tickets are available at the Canal Towne Emporium in Wurtsboro; by calling SullivanArc at 845-796-1350 ext. 1050; or online by going to http://www.sullivanarc.org – click on “Buy Tickets.” Tickets are limited.
If the self-guided tour tickets are not sold out, they will be available on the morning of the tour at Our Lady of the Assumption Church at 17 High Street in Bloomingburg. Bus tickets will not be available on the day of the tour.
SullivanArc is a not-for-profit agency dedicated to providing support and services to over 800 individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and to their families. Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation.