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AGC Presents the MFA Art in Bloom Road Show
Following refreshments and a brief business meeting, attendees will enjoy an all-new presentation depicting the behind-the-scenes story of Art in Bloom, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston’s festival of art and flowers. In addition to stunning images of recent floral interpretations of Museum masterpieces, attendees will be treated to a live floral interpretation of a work of art, accompanied by expert arranging tips.
Founded in 1927, the Andover Garden Club is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that encourages the study and practice of horticulture, landscape design, and floral design; aids in the beautification of the town of Andover; and helps protect and conserve natural resources. Operating under the auspices of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts and National Garden Clubs, Inc., the club provides both financial and hands-on support to a variety of municipal, educational, and environmental organizations throughout the region. Information about joining the Andover Garden Club is available from AGC membership chairs Yvonne Glendon (978-247-8960, email@example.com) and Dana MacKay (978-475-4451, firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Where||South Church in Andover 41 Central St, Andover, MA 01810|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||No charge for members; $10 donation requested for guests (includes refreshments)|
More About South Church in Andover
Founded in 1711 when the Andover congregational church split into north and south parishes, the South Church now serves as the church for roughly 700 area residents to practice under the denomination of the United Church of Christ. The church runs a church school program for roughly 300 local youths and also engages in domestic and international mission trips. The church welcomes all individuals raised under various faiths. According to its website, the view of the steeple at the South Church inspired South Church seminarian Samuel F. Smith, who wrote "My Country Tis of Thee," in writing one specific line in the song; "I love thy rocks and rills, thy wooded and templed hills."