Welcome to the Elmhurst Garden Walk and Faire – please join us on Sunday, July 9, 2017.
Tickets $15 in advance and $20 the day of the event.
Tickets can be purchased at these Elmhurst locations until 3:00 pm Saturday, July 8:
- Amlings Flowers 331 N. York,
- Carousel Flower Shop 527 S. York,
- Elmhurst Camera Photo Boutique 535 Spring Rd.,
- enzee Boutique 140 N. York,
- NuCara Pharmacy 101 W. Vallette,
- The Uptown Shop 129 N. York,
or send your check and SASE to Elmhurst Garden Club P.O. Box 383 Elmhurst, IL 60126.
This year we have 6 Elmhurst homeowners and York Community High School Gardens who will open their gardens for all to appreciate and enjoy. Each garden has its own personality and style and ranges in size from grand to modest. The passion that these homeowners bring to their gardens is evident throughout the landscapes.
Additionally, the Faire in Wilder Park will feature vendors with unique garden accessories and one-of-a-kind pieces that you can transplant into your own garden. A large selection of perennials will also be for sale.
Scholarship and Community:
The majority of our proceeds will benefit the Mildred Hartney College Scholarship Fund. A variety of community projects in horticulture, education and conservation will benefit too. We welcome donations of any amount with donors being recognized in the Garden Walk Guidebook.
Become a Sponsor:
We invite you to become a sponsor of this community event. Space in our guidebook can be reserved for your business. We encourage participants of the Garden Walk & Faire to recognize your contributions and to support all our sponsors. Your sponsorship large or small will be listed in our garden guide book depending on size, either as an ad or under our sponsor list and on this web page. Please contact us through this web page and we will contact you as soon as possible.
On the day of the walk, the Elmhurst Garden Club sponsors a Faire Boutique in Wilder Park. The Faire opens at 10:00 am to closes at 4:00 pm.
Wilder Park is an award winning and popular destination in itself and the Boutique is well known for featuring vendors with very special home and garden items. The Boutique Admission is free and open to the public.
Any vendor wishing to participate in the Faire, please contact us through the contact section of this website and we will reply as soon as possible. Please add the attached form and prominently add the deadline is June 8.
The number of booths in the boutique will be limited in order to assure adequate room for vendors’ displays and traffic between them. We urge you to make your plans to join us as soon as possible. Applications for spaces will be filled in the order in which they are received until the limit is reached.
If you would like to participate, please print out form and return with the $50.00 donation. Applications received by June 8 will be listed in the Garden Guide booklet.
Each reservation includes a 10′ x 12′ (approximately) space. Vendors must supply their own tables, chairs, and canopies, tent or tarps as desired. A vendor may reserve adjacent booth space(s) in which to display his/her own merchandise for an additional $30. each.
To take advantage of the early morning traffic, the Faire Boutique will open at 10 a.m. We ask that you be ready for customers by 9:30. The Faire will end at 4 p.m. and we request that you plan to stay until then. We will send additional details about two weeks before the event.
We welcome your comments and questions. Please contact through the contact page on this web site.
VENDORS AT THE FAIRE
Please support our local participants in the Faire, offering us their special and unique local items.
Be sure to check out those who have websites to spot any great finds before the crowds do!
- Albers Studios, Ltd
- Baralt’s Custom Landscaping
Click here to contact Baralt’s Custom Landscaping
- Betsy’s Garden: Tiny Terrariums and More
Click here to contact Betsy’s Garden
- Conquer Myasthenia Gravis
Click here to contact Conquer Myasthenia Gravis
- Heavenly Soaks & Scents
Click here to contact Heavenly Soaks & Scents
- Irene’s “I” for Art
- James P. Rowan Photography
Click here to contact James P. Rowan Photography
- Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh
- Midwest Pesticide Action Center
Click here to contact Midwest Pesticide Action Center
- Night Light Inc
- Phyllis Diegnau
Click here to contact Phyllis Diegnau
- Red Barn Greenhouse, Inc.
Click here to contact Red Barn Greenhouse
Click here to contact RRAF
- Terry Gregory
- Threadings Handwoven Designs
Click here to contact Threadings Handwoven Designs
- Wild Life Art by Pam Mattson
Click here to contact Wild Life Art
Click here for the Boutique Vendor Response Form.