April 14, 2012
Proceeds from this event will benefit Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art’s ongoing exhibitions and educational programs for students of all ages.
Schedule of Events
BEGINNING AT 4:30 PM
Silent Auction Opens
-Silent auction will included travel, spa and golf packages as well as tickets to Disney World, just to name a few.
-Enjoy live music in the garden.
-Get ideas for your garden as you stroll through our landscape vignettes created by area landscapers.
Garden of Eden Orchids
-Visit Julio to learn about these beauties.
BEGINNING AT 5 PM
By Ursula’s Catering
BEGINNING AT 6 PM
Dinner by Ursula’s Catering
Performance by Variations Dance Studio
Silent Auction Closes
James Farmer Demonstration
-In the garden.
Auction winners announced
Joey Allcorn & the Can’t Hardly Playboys
-Dancing and live music in the Garden
Raised in rural middle Georgia in a landscape filled with peach orchards, native flowers and heirloom vegetable gardens, James Farmer is a true man of the South. Because of this background, he is able to bring the essence of southern culture to everything he does whether it be cooking, gardening, or designing interiors or table settings.
James, an Auburn University graduate, was raised “organic” where “farm to table” was an actual lifestyle and not a current fashion trend. Growing up, he was taught to appreciate the natural beauty and flavors of the commonplace things that could be found on the family farm. His grandmother imparted the art of traditional Southern cooking to him and he has revitalized those old recipes making them relevant and healthier for contemporary tastes and entertaining. James’ mastery of gardening, entertaining, decorating and cooking, always results in the perfect event. You won’t want to miss this featured Art in the Garden program!
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Mar-Mal Management, Inc.
Burt and Lynn Katz