For The Vista
The Fairfield Glade Ladies Club invites you to attend their Fourth Annual Spring Marketplace Home and Garden Show.
Spring has spring and the Village Green Mall in Fairfield Glade will come alive with visions of spring and summer on Friday and Saturday, May 17-18. Inside and out, the mall will be bursting with vendors — such as the Glade’s own Landscape Solutions — turning it into a shopping paradise in which to purchase special items for your house or garden.
A huge variety of hanging baskets, planters, annuals, perennials and garden statuary, along with indoor-outdoor furniture, will be available for viewing and purchase from 9 A.M. until 3 P.M. both days.
Other vendors on site will provide ideas for that next remodel and offerexpert advice on trouble spots such as gutters, pest control, flooring selections and other home improvements.
For those without a green thumb, you might visit the venders selling a great variety of indoor floral arrangements, beaded jewelry, scarves, kitchen items by Pampered Chef, home cleaning supplies and home décor. New this year will be fabric, crafts and quilts as well as bath and body products and facial masques.
The weekend promises something for all. The Marketplace is being held in conjunction with the Fifth Annual Garden and Kitchen Tour, a one-day event on Saturday, May 18,beginning at 10 A.M.
Tickets for the tour are $12 prior to May 10 ($15 after that date) and may be purchased from either Collage or Brownstones located in the Village Green Mall. This is your opportunity to peek into some of the Glade’s beautiful homes and gardens.
Open to the public, time share visitors and Cumberland Plateau neighbors are especially invited. There are several places in Fairfield Glade to have lunch, shop and make a day of it.
Tickets will be on sale and this is where tour-goers will receive maps and directions to the gardens and kitchens they will see.
All net profits from these combined events are designated for the Fairfield Glade Ladies Club Scholarship Fund for Cumberland County students.
For more information, contact Marsha Mellert, Project Chair, at 496-4680.