By 1812Blockhouse

Kingwood Center Gardens invites the community to a heartfelt celebration this Mother’s Day weekend with its “Blooms-to-Give” event. This program offers a unique opportunity to create and share floral arrangements with local women, spreading joy and support to those in our community. This event is set to take place on May 11 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Roost Hall at the picturesque Kingwood Center Gardens.

Celebrate with Creativity and Compassion

At the heart of the Blooms-to-Give event is the desire to bring together community members of all ages and backgrounds in a creative and supportive environment. Participants will have the chance to design their own floral arrangements using an array of provided materials such as pots, wet oasis foam, greens, floral materials, and note cards. These cards can be personalized with messages, adding a warm, personal touch to each arrangement that will surely brighten the recipients’ Mother’s Day.

A Gift of Beauty and Care

The floral arrangements created during this event will be gifted to local women through two significant local organizations: the Domestic Violence Shelter and Wayfinders Ohio. These groups play crucial roles in supporting and empowering women in our community, making them ideal partners for this event. By participating, attendees will contribute directly to the welfare of others, turning a simple act of flower arrangement into a profound gesture of kindness and solidarity.

No Experience? No Problem!

Kingwood Center Gardens emphasizes that no prior experience in flower arranging is necessary to participate in Blooms-to-Give. The event is designed to be accessible to everyone, encouraging a spirit of volunteerism and community involvement. It’s an excellent opportunity for individuals and families to engage in an activity that is not only enjoyable but also immensely rewarding.

More Than Just Flowers

For those looking to make the most of their visit to Kingwood on May 11, the Gardens are also hosting a Family Flower Arrangement Workshop. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about floral design and to spend quality time with family while exploring the vibrant spring blooms that Kingwood is famous for, including peonies, phlox, irises, and azaleas.

Participation in the Blooms-to-Give event is free with admission to Kingwood Center Gardens. No registration is required, making it easy for everyone to drop in and take part in this community-focused event. It’s not just an opportunity to craft something beautiful; it’s a chance to make a tangible difference in someone’s life on a day dedicated to celebrating mothers and influential women everywhere.


For more information and to register for the Family Flower Arrangement Workshop, visit Kingwood Center Gardens.

Image by Marjon Besteman from Pixabay

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