Please join the Hermitage for our annual Garden Lecture Series and enjoy intimate presentations from experts in the horticulture field. Admission includes one complimentary glass of beer or wine. Doors open at 5:30, lectures are from 6-7pm.
April 24th: Dean Horton, Director of Horticulture,
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
“Welcome Home George Washington”
May 22nd: Philip Riske, Hermitage Curator of Gardens & Grounds
Meet the Hermitage’s new Curator of Gardens and Grounds and learn about his vision for the Hermitage campus.
September 25th: Colonel (ret) Paul Olsen, PE, Executive Director of Programs and Partnerships, ODU
“Sea Level Rise, from Hampton Roads to the Hermitage”
October 2nd: Jack Gary, Director of Archaeology, Colonial Williamsburg
“A Garden to Rival the Governor’s Palace: The Archaeology of Curtis Square”
Members: $7 per lecture | Non-Members: $10 per lecture
Series Pass (admission to all 4 lectures): Members: $24 | Non-Members: $36
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: https://bit.ly/2TxgAv2
Special thanks to our series sponsors:
The Garden Club of Norfolk and the Harborfront Garden Club.
Photo by Eleise Theuer Photography