Evening of arts at Darts Hill Garden

A world-class South Surrey garden will host an evening of the arts this Saturday.

A world-class South Surrey garden will host an evening of the arts this Saturday.

From 4 to 8 p.m. June 20, visitors can, by donation, check out the works of local artists, bid on painted Adirondack chairs, visit with artists and stroll among the rare plants of Darts Hill Garden.

Guides and master gardeners will be on-site, and the sounds of Rossi on Spanish guitar and steel drums will fill the air.

The event will go ahead rain or shine. Organizers note that the hillside garden has limited wheelchair access.

Suggested donation is  $5 per person or $10 per family. The garden is located at 1633 170 St.

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