Kingwood to host the Mansfield Men’s Garden Club Harvest Show on August 28-29 | Outside

MANSFIELD – The 66th Annual Fall Harvest Show, sponsored by the Mansfield Men’s Garden Club, will take place on Saturday August 28 and Sunday August 29 in the Carriage House at Kingwood Center Gardens.

The show is free and open to the public with paid entry into the gardens. The show will take place on Saturday August 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday August 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.






Gardeners in the area are invited to show off their best botany, including vegetables, flowers, fruits, herbs, houseplants, and designed arrangements. Entries will compete for monetary prizes and ribbons in a variety of categories. Junior gardeners in grade 12 and under can also participate in the show. The theme for this year’s floral design is “Signs of Autumn- New Beginnings”.

Registrations will be accepted at Kingwood from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 28. Assistance with transporting entries will be available. Show times, admission tickets and other information can be obtained at Kingwood Center Gardens or by calling 419-522-0211.

The Mansfield Men’s Garden Club dedicated the 2021 Fall Harvest Show to the memory of Larry Linn.

This year’s sponsors are the John P. Gross Family Fund and the Mechanics Bank. Other Mansfield Men’s Garden Club sponsors and supporters include Kingwood Center Gardens, Richland Community Development Group, Richland County Fairgrounds, Richland County Fairgrounds Auxiliary, Strategic Wealth Management and Wedgewood Estates.

About Kingwood Center Gardens

Kingwood Center Gardens is an exquisite garden estate on 47 acres in Mansfield, which was once the home of innovative industrialist, Charles Kelley King. Kingwood is renowned for its distinctive flower displays, unique plant specimens, forest trails, historic mansion and gardens, exhibition greenhouse, duck pond and peacocks. Iconic events like Wine Walk, Great Pumpkin Glow and Christmas at Kingwood delight thousands of guests each year and provide vital support to this non-profit organization.

In mid-October 2020, Kingwood celebrated the opening of the Garden Gateway, a new visitor center with a cafe, garden and gift shop, ballroom, exhibition gallery and amenities for guests. clients. The Garden Gateway project also includes the large perennial garden with perennial pavilion, the new Draffan fountain terrace and a natural pond.

General admission: 13 years old and over – $ 5; Children 12 and under and Kingwood members are free.

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