Lakewold Gardens is a premier Northwest garden experience and is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the historic gardens, offering each visitor an inspirational experience through growth and learning in a profoundly unique setting.
Open Wednesday - Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Rainer league of Arts
Wednesday, July 24- Sunday July 28th
|Rainier League of Arts” is a non-profit art club located in Tacoma, WA. Meetings feature artist demonstrations of techniques and materials such as: Oil, watercolor, pastels, colored pencil, charcoal, acrylic, 3D art, photography and mixed media. “Rainier League of Arts” club shows art in local area venues. Fred Oldfield was one of the founding members, some current members are also professional artists. The club was started in 1968 by Roseli Souza, Paul Chalk, Hazel Gibbons, Fred Oldfield and Aletha Deuel. “Rainier League of Arts” welcomes new members including fine artists, photographers, as well as new emerging artists.|
Learn in the Garden
Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Creating a Backyard with Plants & Wildlife
Learn how to create a backyard habitat using native plants. Dana Bressette will discuss the needs of wildlife and people including : What types of flowers attract different pollinators, the many different kinds of berries native to the Pacific Northwest, other native plants with high wildlife value and some of the most important native plants used by Native Americans.
12317 Gravelly Lake Drive Southwest
Lakewood, WA 98499
Post Office Box 39780
Lakewood, WA 98496
The advertisement is made possible, in part, by a City of Lakewood Lodging Tax Grant