Twin Cities Pond and Landscape Tour

Date/Time

Jun 22, 2013 to Jun 23, 2013

Description

This year’s tour features 12 beautiful properties showcasing the work of eight Certified Aquascape Contractors (CAC’s), the most highly trained pond designers and builders in this region.

New this year: Pay $5 to view a single site or purchase a $15 weekend pass good for all sites. Weekend passes may be purchased in advance of the tour online, at any Hedberg store during business hours, or at tour sites during tour hours. $5 site passes are available at all sites during tour hours only.  Children 16 and under are free. 

100% of ticket sales benefit Children’s Cancer Research Fund.  To purchase tickets or get more details, including photos and features preview, visit tcpondandlandscapetour.com.

Cost

$5 single site; $15 weekend pass.

Location

12 properties throughout the metro
Twin Cities, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Hedberg Landscape & Masonry Supplies

Phone

763-392-5920

Contact name

Gail Schaal

Contact email

gails@hedbergaggregates.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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