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Published: Sunday, April 21, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Explore Monroe garden at ladies night Thursday

It's girl time at this garden.
No dudes allowed.
Falling Water Gardens in Monroe will host a ladies night from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. The free event features refreshments and a class on creating hanging gardens using little glass globes of different sizes and styles.
Gals can explore the numerous lighted garden displays on the 10-acre grounds. The gift shop will be open.
Falling Water Gardens is at 17516 Highway 203, a half-mile south of the Skykomish River Bridge.
Register online at
A variety of other free classes are also offered. For more information, see or call 360-863-1400.
Herald staff
Story tags » MonroeGardening

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