What Do Restored Train Stations and Flowers Have in Common ?

November 13, 2008

What Do Restored Train Stations and Flowers Have in Common ?

Well it’s the time of the year that the women of the Lakeside Garden Guild are getting ready for their yearly Floral Design Show, “Flores del Mundo” (Flowers of the World) to be held at the Centro Cultural Gonzalez Gallo in Chapala on November 14 which is a restored train station from the early 1920s.

The building, restored from its dilapidated condition just a few years ago, is a wonderful backdrop for the spectacular show.

Flores del Mundo will creatively use floral displays to represent many areas of the world, including Africa, Bali, Japan, Hawaii, New York City and Mexico.

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A glass of wine and canapés are included in the ticket price of 150 pesos. Tickets are now on sale at the Lake Chapala Society (LCS) from 10 a.m. to noon, November 3 through 8 and November 10 through 12, or from Guild members.

Don’t miss this spectacular event. Tickets are limited and going fast.

Visit www.lakesidegardenguild.org for more information.

Email for more information:
Sid@ChapalaClub.com

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