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It's May Mart time for the Burrellton Garden Club

| Thursday, May 10, 2018, 8:55 p.m.
Burrellton Garden Club will host its annual May Mart on May 19 at Lower Burrell Municipal Building.
Burrellton Garden Club will host its annual May Mart on May 19 at Lower Burrell Municipal Building.

Burrellton Garden Club will host its annual May Mart May 19.

The sale features annuals, perennials and “garden shed” fleatique items with bluebird houses and trough containers made by club members. There will be a flea market and a “Dining Out Bouquet” raffle featuring gift cards from local restaurants. Food available includes hot dogs, chipped ham barbecue, haluski, baked goods, snacks and hot and cold drinks.

The event is set 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lower Burrell City Hall Garage, Scheiber and Bethel streets, Lower Burrell. All proceeds benefit Burrellton Garden Club City Beautification Projects.

Details: 724-337-6131

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