The third leg of the 2013 Garden Tour Passport is taking place this weekend at the Audubon Park Garden Tour! The Audubon Park Garden Club was founded in 1929 to promote the beauty of the surrounding area, including the easements and small parks, as well as to encourage gardening among its members. During the annual “Festival of the Dogwood” in April, the residents illuminate their yards and common areas.
The Club began holding garden tours in 2002 to show the more private side of Audubon Park. Gardens range from formal to intimate, shade to sun, large to small, but all reflect the personal gardening tastes of the owners. Since all the gardens on the Audubon Park Garden Tour are within Audubon Park, many patrons choose to walk the approximately two-mile route. This year's event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and tickets can be purchased at Audubon Park's City Hall, at 3340 Robin Road in Louisville.
To find other events in the area, please visit the website of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team.