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Tag Archives: gardening

A Day with Jon Carloftis

Oct

02

Written by Erin Keith, Marketing Intern NOVEMBER 5 | A DAY WITH JON CARLOFTIS Daytime Event, 11:3 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. – Members $35, Non-Members $45 Click HERE to register for the daytime luncheon and lecture. NOVEMBER 5 | COCKTAILS AND DISCUSSION WITH JON CARLOFTIS Evening Event, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. – Members $45, Non-Members $45 Click HERE to register for the evening cocktails and discussion. […]

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Why Should YOU Shop at The Cummer Store?

Dec

12

The Cummer Store has a wide variety of gifts, jewelry, and art that would interest any customer. With unique and quality products, customers with distinctive tastes are sure to find something rare for their collection. Some of the items in the Store include…

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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: Christine Schub

Aug

11

Christine Schub, a self-taught artist, holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Florida. She has been a…

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Garden Week 2012: James Farmer Lecture, Luncheon, and Book Signing

Mar

01

James Farmer’s Georgia upbringing has steeped him in a bath of all things Southern, a culture heavily influenced by gardening and the land.

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