Retail Ticket Sale Locations

Pre-Sale tickets for the tour are available for $12 each at the following locations:

  • Azalea Garden Center
    4800 Azalea Ave, Richmond, VA 23227
  • Little House Green Grocery
    1227 Bellevue Ave, Richmond, VA 23227
  • Once Upon a Vine
    4009 MacArthur Avenue Richmond, VA 23227
  • Twig
    6112 B Lakeside Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23228
  • Sheppard Street Antiques
    103 S Sheppard St, Richmond, VA 23221
  • Sneed's Nursery
    8756 W Huguenot Rd, Richmond, VA 23235

Tickets will be available beginning early April through May 15th.

Buying Tickets on
the Day of the Tour

Tickets on the day of the tour will be $15 and for sale at Watts Hall, Union Presbyterian Seminary, 3401Brook Road beginning at 11:00 am.

Questions?

For additional questions regarding
ticketing, please email homeandgarden@historicginterpark.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Ginter Park Home and Garden Tour
“Music in the Garden”

Saturday, May 17, 2014 : 11am – 4pm

2013 GPRA President Rebecca Dodson volunteering as a docent and leading attendees on a house tour.

The 2014 Home and Garden Tour is right around the corner, coming up on Saturday, May 17, 2014. We have 9 gracious neighbors who have volunteered to showcase their hardwork to the attendees of this year’s tour, who will be treated to 7 gardens and 5 homes to visit.

Musicians

The following musicians will be performing in the gardens during the tour:

Aleah Boisseau is a Classical Guitar major at VCU and plays classical, Spanish and South American guitar. CONTACT: Aleah Boisseau, boisseauam@vcu.edu

Chamber Chicks, a Richmond-based woodwind quintet, whose members have performed with various area musical ensembles in the Richmond area. CONTACT: Kathy Muller, kathymuller@verizon.net

FluteForte! is a flute choir with a varied repertoire from Renaissance to contemporary selections. CONTACT: Susan Davis, susanm7@prodigy.net

Patrick Hanes is a Ginter Park neighbor whose musical talents include playing guitar, harmonica and singing. CONTACT: Patrick Hanes, prhanes@comcast.net

Faith Hofma performs classical music around the Richmond area as well as a variety of other music, ranging from movie music to pop standards. CONTACT: Faith Hofma, faith.hofma@gmail.com

Michael and Gerry Laverty are brothers from the Richmond area who play Folk Rock and Blues. They perform original songs as well as covers including Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt. CONTACT: Michael Laverty, mjlaverty@verizon.net

David McCormick was organist and director of music for 24 years at Ginter Park Presbyterian Church and currently serves as organist and choirmaster at St.Thomas’ Episcopal Church. He will be playing harpsichord. CONTACT: David McCormick, dmccorm@verizon.net

Northside Ramblers is a group of Ginter Park neighbors inspired by the old-fashioned idea of friends and family making music in living rooms and around kitchen tables. Group members Mary Elfner and Arlen Bolstad perform. CONTACT: Mary Elfner, melfner@gmail.com

Emily Roepke is a guitar major at VCU and plays solo acoustic fingerstyle guitar arrangements of popular music as well as classical guitar. CONTACT: Emily Roepke, roepkees@vcu.edu

Roost is an up and coming band whose sound is a blend of indie and classic folk that ranges from Johnny Cash to the Head and the Heart. CONTACT: Mairead Guy, mairead.guy@gmail.com

To volunteer your talents, please contact Paige Schiavone at homeandgarden@historicginterpark.org or 804.512.0246.