June 21, 2019

The Windham Historical Society presents Rooms in Bloom

The Windham Historical Society will be hosting a colorful fundraiser on Saturday, June 29 at the home of Historical Society members Haley and Andrew Pal at 28 Haskell Road in Windham from noon to 4 p.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Historical Society’s Village Green Living History Village. The Living History Village provides hands-on historical education to students and adults in the Lakes Region area.

The event will be a walk through a country farmhouse enhanced with beautiful floral arrangements inspired by summer and created by talented local designers.

Several businesses are donating floral arrangements to be offered in a silent auction and for sale on the property’s back patio. The Pals live in a 19th century farmhouse and the rooms inside will be blooming with the scents and colors of summer as guests walk through the home and bid on their favorite pieces.

Businesses participating are Broadturn Farm, Marigold Floral; Windham Flower Shop; Distinctive Gardening; Risbara’s Greenhouse; Blossoms of Windham; Skillins Greenhouse; Allen, Sterling and Lothrop Garden Center; Roosevelt Trail Garden Center; Cooper’s Greenhouse; Farmhouse Floral by Estabrook’s, Simple Elegance of Maine, Studio Flora, and the Windham Historical Society will offer an arrangement of their own. Society members are also donating perennials that will be up for sale.
Refreshments will be served to guests who attend. Admission is $5 at the door.

For more information, contact Haley Pal at 892-7139 or haleypal@aol.com.


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