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Andrea Wulf: “The Founding Gardeners” Lecture & Luncheon

Mar

13

International celebrity and award-winning historian Andrea Wulf signed copies of her book earlier today at The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens after her witty lecture “The Founding Gardeners”, based on her latest book of the same name.  Andrea shared her thoughts on the lives of our founding fathers and how their attitude to plants, gardens, nature, and agriculture shaped our American nation. Many in attendance at today’s luncheon signed up for the Farm to Table Dinner planned for Wednesday evening , March 27 in the Cummer Gardens under the full moon.  For reservations or more information contact kpomar@cummer.org.

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