Hats Off to Daffodils and Arts and Flowers, both signature events of the Garden Club of Gloucester, were rousing successes again this year.
Thanks to the generosity of Arts on Main in allowing us to use their facility again this year, the invaluable publicity from the window at Angelwing Stationers, posters by Annie Rex, and articles in the Gazette-Journal, the children’s workshop saw a record number of participants, 40.
Several of them have attended all four years.
Each child was allowed to choose a hat from a variety of choices and then selected flowers from buckets of daffodils and assorted greenery.
Club volunteers assisted the children in choosing their supplies and then let them design and implement their creations on their own.
It was heartwarming to see the broad smiles on the children’s faces as they departed with their masterpieces.
While the children created their floral arrangements, the families were able to browse and enjoy all ...
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