Tickets for the September 12-13 Cannon Beach Cottage & Garden Tour are now available for purchase.
The two day event, now in its 12th year, is a major fundraiser for the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum, and provides participants an opportunity to visit unique coastal homes and private art collections.
The tour will begin Saturday, Sept. 12, at noon, at the Tolovana Inn, with a luncheon prepared by Culinary Capers, followed by a round-table discussion moderated by CBHCM board president, Kimberley Speer-Miller, who will provide the unique history of Cannon Beach. Equipped with a new perspective, attendees will start the self-guided tour.
The Saturday tour begins at 1:00 pm and will conclude with a fun reception at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum including wine, live music and appetizers and a raffle.
On Sunday, Tolovana Inn will be the site of a wrap-up event, an English-style, Garden Tea Party. Guests will enjoy Oregon-made teas, homemade scones and treats in a flower-filled setting. The event will be highlighted by a presentations from Debbie Teashon, owner of the Rainy Side Gardener and writer. Her topic will be “Life Beyond the Two-Season Garden. She is the co-author of Gardening for the Home Brewer: Plants for Making Beer, Wine, Gruit, Cider, Perry, and More.
Tickets for each event are available to purchase separately. Luncheon and lecture tickets are $25; Cottage & Garden Tour tickets are $30, and Garden Tea tickets, $20. A weekend event package is $60. All tickets can be purchased on line throught the museum. (www.cbhistory.org) or by phone at 503-436-9301.