Thursday, June 5, 2008

Butcher's Hill garden tour

what's more natural than a knitimal in a garden?

if you're looking for a new kind of urban adventure and have never tried it before, you should definitely come out this sunday for the butcher's hill garden tour


this Sunday, June 8 from Noon-5 p.m., home owners and garden enthusiasts all over Butcher's Hill,
will open up their gardens to the masses to show off the backyard beauty. Described by the city paper as "Urban gardens and "artists along the way"", this is a great way to spend time outdoors, meet new people, take in some gorgeous urban gardens and do a little art shopping along the way!

butcher's hill, which encompasses the area between Washington Street to Patterson Park, and East Pratt Street to East Fairmount Avenue, is one of Baltimore City's best preserved historic neighborhoods. In addition to a wide range of sizes and styles in classic two- and three-story brick row houses, the neighborhood includes some outstanding one-of-a-kind examples of Queen Anne architecture and other notable gems from the mid to late 19th Century. (source: chesapeakehome.com)


i will be in the Glassman garden-- 2002 e. Pratt St (on the corner of pratt & washington; the house has a mural of a garden painted around the stone wall on the side of the house) and i'll be bringing with me an assortment of the original Knitimals, as well as the new Recyclimals, prints & original art, books, cards, soap and more.

you can buy tickets in advance or on the day of... want more info direct from the source? no problem, butcher's hill newsletter

1 comment:

Hyperchondriac said...

hi sweetie,
this is jasmine. i'm thinking about taking the amtrak to baltimore tomorow so taht i can come see you before i head back to the midwest! so my question is how far is bolton hill from Penn? Is tehre a bus I can take? Or should I try to rely on a cab?