The Arrival of Spring
May Fest 2019
May 1-25th 2019
10:00am - 4:00pm
May 1 & 2 - JK Sanchez photography
As a photographer, J.K.’s love for people and nature is portrayed through the eye of the camera. Her landscapes, flowers and wildlife come to life as she is drawn to find the unique detail of each bloom, the power shown in an ocean wave or waterfall, the sunset at the close of a day, or life’s detailed beauty found in natures wild friends.
May 3-5 Ikebana International #147
Ikebana is a worldwide nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1956 in Tokyo. It is dedicated to perpetuating and spreading the Art of Japanese Flower Arranging throughout the world. There are over 160 chapters in 60 countries that represent many different schools o ikebana.It has grown to include community activities , children and youth involvement and beautification projects in many communities.
The organization’s motto is “Friendship Through Flowers”. For more information about Ikebana International please visit www.ikebanahq.org.
May 3-5 Tacoma Orchid Society
Our mission is simple. Expand knowledge and appreciation of orchids while having fun.
May 3-5 Washington State Dahlia Society
When folks think of WSDS two things stand out as making us unique. Our support of the Pacific Northwest Trial Garden is a great source of pride for our club. Beyond helping others to get their originations into the dahlia mainstream, the trial garden also promotes dahlias and is one of the jewels in a large metropolitan park district.
May 10-12 Linda Ricci- Side Door Pottery
Linda Ricci of Side Door Pottery creates fun and functional pottery that is designed for daily use and enjoyment! Linda’s interest in clay began when she purchased an art tile and decided she wanted to try to make her own one day. After taking a clay class, she was hooked and the art form became a big part of her life. Linda experiments with many techniques and mostly uses porcelain clay and sometimes brown clay. All pieces are original and are hand-painted, one at a time. Linda sells her art at farmer’s markets, local art shows, festivals, and galleries.
May 10th- 11th Annika Jones- Pashmina Palace
Annika Jones brings her handmade scarves for purchase. Made with organic fibers, these local artist accessories are sure to complete every wardrobe! Your purchase also supports the work of domestic violence and homeless related charities along with Lakewold Gardens.
May 11-12th- Just Call Susan
The Picnic Lunch- BBQ Chicken Sandwiches or All Beef Hot Dog includes; cookie, chip, soda or water $5.00
Tea of Two- Smoked Salmon and egg Salad tea sandwiches
Ham & Broccoli Quiche
Strawberry Macarons & Lemon Tarts
Pot of tea- English Breakfast or Earl Grey = $15.00
May 11th -12th- Coast & Clearing
Charlene Blackwell started this handmade bath company in 2013 as a personal commitment to self care with high-quality products such as exfoliating salt scrubs, bath bombs and salves. Once a side gig, Coast & Clearing is now a bustling family business with the addition of Charlene's husband, Rin, and his cold process soaps. Coast & Clearing's commitment to natural, filler-free bath and aromatherapy products create an experience of luxury and mindfulness that its creators hope bring peace and tranquility into their customers’ daily lives. Products are available online at their website, and in Tacoma at Ruston Mercantile, and PURE Beauty Bar on 6th Avenue
May 11th -12th- Andi Clarke- Jewelry
Local jewelry artist brings her unique jewelry that reflects the beauty of and her love for nature. Andi’s creations are unique pieces made with sea glass, and pebbles that she discovers on our beaches, freshwater pearls, and vintage china that she hunts for in antique and thrift stores. When you buy one of Andi’s designs be assured that you are receiving a gift that is as one-of-a-kind as you are. Andi’s pieces are sold at Creative Forces gallery and gift shop at Hotel Murano in Tacoma and Childhood’s End in downtown Olympia. Check out all her amazing treasures at Andi Clark Jewelry.
May 13th-20th Mountain Valley Arts
In existence since 1972, the MVAC attracts artists to share knowledge in the visual arts. This exhibit, on display upstairs in the Wagner House, will also include painting and jewelry demonstrations throughout the week. Visitors can enjoy observing artists Linda Taylor, Paul Langston, Sheryl Willis-Frank, Shelly Kosko, Barbara Waid and Kathy Thompson.
May 14th-28th CPHS Photography Students
The Clover Park High School Photography students instructed by Mr. Jeffery Hurdus will display photos that have been taken over the last six months, at Lakewold. Participating students will have the opportunity to sell their photos, while the public chooses their favorite