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    S\’mores At Sundown In The Gardens At Heather Farm

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    Date(s) - 08/09/2018
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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    The Gardens at Heather Farm

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    Relish in the joy of a warm, summer night with sweet treats and outdoor activities for families when S’mores at Sundown returns to The Gardens at Heather Farm on Thursday, August 9. Now in its fourth year, the magical evening features homemade s’mores, live music, crafts, stories, and more. Kids will love exploring along the garden paths and dancing on the lawn. Parents will appreciate the relaxed atmosphere and chance to socialize with friends. And the highlight of the evening is roasting marshmallows over the grill to make fresh s’mores!

    In addition to family-friendly songs and popular musical favorites by a local singer/songwriter, this year’s S’mores at Sundown will feature Entertainment offering free face painting and balloon art.

    The perfect summer family event for all ages, S’mores at Sundown provides support for The Gardens at Heather Farm’s nonprofit public garden and nature education center which brings natural and environmental science classes to over 17,000 local school children annually.

    What: S’mores at Sundown
    When: Thursday, August 9, 2018 from 6  to 8 p.m.
    Where: The Gardens at Heather Farm, 1540 Marchbanks Drive in Walnut Creek
    Admission: $5 per person (free for kids under age two). Admission fee collected at the door includes all activities and treats.

    For more information, visit gardenshf.org or call (925) 947-1678.   

    About The Gardens at Heather Farm

    The Gardens at Heather Farm (GHF) is an independent nonprofit organization which operates a six-acre public garden, education center and special event venue. A Certified Wildlife Habitat and Certified Green Business, GHF is self-supporting through memberships, fundraisers, grants, private donations, facility rentals and program fees. The mission is to enrich the community through the beauty and environmental stewardship of our gardens while providing educational programs and a variety of venues for social and cultural events.

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