Innovative Landscape Design Firm's Spring Event

Date/Time

May 9, 2013
05:30 PM

Description

Award-winning landscape design and build firm biota invites clients, friends, and the public to an open house at their studio. Be sure to visit May 9 starting at 5:30 p.m. One of the area's most-loved food trucks, Hola Arepa, returns this year to provide delicious and sustainable Latin cuisine. Call 612-781-4000 or email contactus@biotalandscapes.com for more details.

In addition, biota is hosting studio tours in April and May. Schedule a tour to review past biota projects, and preview the most innovative designs for 2013.

Visit the website, sign up for the biota newsletter, and get inspired.

Cost

Free.

Location

View map biota Landscape Design + Build
211 St. Anthony Parkway
Studio 102
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

biota Landscape Design + Build

Phone

612-781-4000

Contact email

contactus@biotalandscapes.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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