MILFORD - On Saturday, September 7th the Milford Garden Club is sponsoring a “not so traditional tea” to help support the ongoing restoration of Barckley Park. It will be held at St. Patrick’s Church Hall beginning at 4 p.m.

MILFORD - On Saturday, September 7th the Milford Garden Club is sponsoring a “not so traditional tea” to help support the ongoing restoration of Barckley Park. It will be held at St. Patrick’s Church Hall beginning at 4 p.m.
The Club, renowned for their culinary talents, will be providing savory and sweets along with the premier of “Ethel’s Elixir”, a bubbly treat to celebrate a “sparking” woman.
“Ethel is a ‘thoroughly modern woman’ working her way through the 20’s and 30’s, making significant and long-lasting contributions to Milford,” noted Linda Pinto, President. “It is fascinating what a difference she has made in making Milford the jewel that continues to shine.”
A program will feature her history and contributions, an update on the park project and a sneak-peak preview of a first edition book entitled “Into the Garden”. Marta Hallett, publisher at Glitterati Editions, has provided us a with renderings of plein air paintings. Christian Peltenburg-Brechneff has traveled the world and was privileged to have exclusive invitations to some of the most exotic gardens. “His paintings capture some of the most exquisite yet private gardens from around the globe,” notes Marta
Tickets are $10.00 per member and $20.00 per non-member and can be found at The Craft Store (across from the Library); calling Linda Pinto at 570-296-5326 or emailing milfordgarden@gmail.com.