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Greater Philadelphia Gardens Kids Summer Guide Lists 100 Activities
Its Cooler in The Garden ! Cool Kids Summer Guide July-August 2010
Administrator (June 30, 2010)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: June 30, 2010
Contact: Louise R. Eliason, Coordinator, Greater Philadelphia Gardens
Direct link to: "2010 Cool Kids' Summer Guide to Greater Philadelphia Gardens", Coordinated by Louise Eliason
Greater Philadelphia Gardens Kids’ Summer Guide Lists 100 Activities in July/August
Philadelphia, PA. –Greater Philadelphia Gardens today announced that its new “Cool Kids’ 2010 Summer Guide” lists over 100 special activities for kids and their families throughout July and August at 14 public Greater Philadelphia Gardens. The new Cool Kids’ Summer Guide that reminds us all “Its Cooler in the Garden” is now available on Greater Philadelphia Gardens website www.GreaterPhiladelphiaGardens.org (and by the direct link : "2010 Cool Kids' Summer Guide to Greater Philadelphia Gardens", Coordinated by Louise Eliason)
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About “Cool Kids’ 2010 Summer Guide to Greater Philadelphia Gardens”
Listing more than 100 fun, delightful, and interesting activities at public gardens for toddlers to teens, it’s a must-have resource for kids’ families, too. “From river boat trips and bike hikes to concerts that rock and roar, there are trains that whistle and gnomes that rustle and homemade kites that soar at 14 public Greater Philadelphia Gardens,” in the 2010 Cool Kids’ Summer Guide.
The Cool Kids’ Guide recommends that readers refer to Greater Philadelphia Gardens’ website ( www.greaterphiladelphiagardens.org) to easily link to and check all 29 public gardens for any activity updates.
About Greater Philadelphia Gardens new 2010 Seasonal Guide Series
The new 2010 series of informal Seasonal Guides are crafted to highlight the topical interests of visitors and garden writers alike, and to complement Greater Philadelphia Gardens’ weekly newsletter and website calendar of events. Each new Seasonal Guide offers a factual list and brief description of a selected group of activities, exhibits and events in 29 public Greater Philadelphia Gardens.
The new Seasonal Guides are planned for spring and fall plant sales. Other 2010 Seasonal Guide topics include early spring bird habitats, late spring rose gardens, kids’ summer activities, autumn and holiday events, exhibits, and workshops that highlight the natural joy of visiting public gardens.
Visitors and garden writers are encouraged to request topics of interest for future Seasonal Guides by emailing requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also on Facebook, Greater Philadelphia Gardens’ Facebook Fans (and website newsletter subscribers) receive notices of each new Seasonal Guide to all the exciting new public garden activities.
About Greater Philadelphia Gardens
Greater Philadelphia Gardens is a nonprofit association that serves to heighten awareness and visitation of the Philadelphia region’s public gardens, arboreta and historic houses with gardens.
In the early 1980s, several marquis public gardens banded together to jointly promote all area public gardens and encourage visitors. That collaboration, one of the first of its kind in the country, has evolved into Greater Philadelphia Gardens, whose nearly 30 member gardens attract three million visitors each year.
As the host to more public gardens than anywhere else on the continent, as well as much of the nation’s horticultural history, the region is internationally recognized as “ America ’s Garden Capital.”
For more information on Greater Philadelphia Gardens or any of our 29 members’ upcoming events, workshops, activities, and information, please visit our website, www.GreaterPhiladelphiaGardens.org
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