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Mother's Day Weekend

Celebrate with Mom

Mother’s Day Weekend May 6-8, 2016

Lakewold welcomes all to visit the gardens on this special weekend.Explore our 10 acres of gardens, including the Asian inspired and formal gardens. And don’t miss a walk throughGarden_Shop the Wagner Housefeaturing a fantastic variety of exhibits and displays. Make sure to stop by Lakewold’s Garden Shop, surrounded by a glorious display ofseasonal and specialty plants to take home to enjoy for years to come. Stroll inside and discover our unique gift items for your home and garden, while taking advantage of our fabulous Mother’s Day specials!

Lakewold Gardens Historical Display April 29-May 8th 10 am-4 pm

Enjoy the beauty of Lakewold’s library and learn about our more than 100 years of history.  The display will give visitors insight into the various stages of the Wagner House and gardens.

NWSSA Stone Sculpture Display April 29th – May 8th 10am to 4pm

NWSSANWSSA is an association of stone sculptors that was founded in 1984. Artists from around the Northwest will have strategically placed sculpture throughout the gardens for visitors to enjoy. For more information about this unique art form, visit

Lakewood Arts Commission Exhibit May 3rd-8th 10 am-4 pm

The mission of the Lakewood Arts Commission, consistent with guidance from the Lakewood City Council, is to assess needs, establish priorities and make recommendations for the enrichment of the community and promotion of its cultural vitality through the arts. This exhibit is a compilation of pieces from local artists and will be on display in upstairs in the Wagner House. For more information on the Arts Commission please visit City of Lakewood. For more information go to

Lakewold Volunteer Jewelry Sale May 6th-8th

We are excited to announce the return of Lakewold’s Volunteer Jewelry Fundraising Sale hosted by our wonderful volunteers. With a variety of new, lightly worn, gently used and vintage pieces, the proceeds will be used for plant material in the gardens.

Tango in TacomaTango, With Mark Anderson & Friends,

May 7th 11am-1pm

Argentine Tango with the Tango In Tacoma group of tango dancers. Come to the Wagner House to share their love of this beautiful dance. For more information visit

HarpistProfessional Harpist Twyla Worthy,
May 7th from 1pm-2:30 pm

Twyla Eddins Worthy is an accomplished musician that began her journey from a very young age. Starting with the Piano, she then moved onto the Accordion, the Clarinet, Guitar, Organ, the Saw and Violin. Twyla received her Bachelor of Music in Applied Performance Harp from North Texas State University, Denton. She lived and played in Europe for over 20 years, and is world renowned for her playing style, creating a soothing and relaxing atmosphere that offers listeners a peaceful and serene experience. For more information go to

Pacific Northwest Northumbrian Pipers, May 7th 2:30-4pm

Enjoy traditional English, Irish and Scottish tunes in the garden. Instrumentation will include concertina, fiddle, Northumbrian small pipes, tin whistle, guitar, and Scottish small pipes.

Walking Washington’s Gardens, by Angie Narus, May 8th 10am-3pm

Available at Lakewold’s Garden Shop, this book will take you on a journey to 30 of the best estate gardens, botanical gardens, conservatories, city park gardens, and arboreta across the state. Author, Angie Narus will be onsite from 10am to 3pm to sign copies of this book that will make the perfect gift for Mom!

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Lakewold Gardens
12317 Gravelly Lk Dr SW
Lakewood, WA 98499
Fax 253.584.3021
Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 39780
Lakewood, WA 98496