Historic Garden Tour A Breath of Fresh Outdoor Air and Normalcy

Organizers of the Garden Tour and Flower Design Show at the Bay Creek Life Center pose with a sample of a row arrangement. From left are Liz Goffigan, of Cape Charles; Megan Ames, of Parksley; Jody Bundy, of Cape Charles; Lenka Hardie, of Melfa; and Lee Walker, of Birdsnest. “We’re trying to show different styles so people can see they’re manageable, and people can do them at home for themselves,” said Ames, who handles publicity.

Story and Photos by Jim Ritch –
Sunny skies and warm temperatures made for picture-perfect strolls through the five stops of the Eastern Shore Garden Tour Saturday, April 24.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, organizers halved the usual number of tickets, from over 1,000 to about 500, and switched to bracelets from printed tickets.

The stops this year were 100 Creekside Lane, Cape Charles; the Flower Design Show, at Bay Creek’s Life Center, Cape Charles; the former Cobb Island Coast Guard Station, Oyster; Eyre Hall, Cheriton; and the Barrier Islands Center, Machipongo.

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