Junior League of Fort Collins hosts annual Terrace and Garden Tour on June 22

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Junior League of Fort Collins is excited to host its 31st Annual Terrace and Garden Tour on June 22 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. The tour, which will take place this year north of Country Club Road and nestled between Long Pond Reservoir and Terry Lake, just west of the Fort Collins Country Club, features homes on Franklin Road and Cottonwood Drive as well as E. Ridgecrest Road and Club View Road.  

The Annual Terrace and Garden Tour is Junior League of Fort Collins’ largest fundraiser,  attracting nearly 2,000 attendees annually.  The Annual Terrace & Garden Tour takes event attendees through beautiful landscapes while educating experienced and inspiring  gardeners alike about the plants and flowers that make a garden become a true living space. 

The following Fort Collins addresses are participating: 

• 2332 Franklin Rd. 
• 2346 Franklin Rd. 
• 926 Cottonwood Dr. 
• 730 Cottonwood Dr. 
• 1001 Club View Rd. 
• 2214 Franklin Rd. 
• 1000 E. Ridgecrest Rd. 
• 946 E. Ridgecrest Rd. 
• 934 E. Ridgecrest Rd.

The tour provides funding for its community programs that support women and children in Larimer County such as the ABLEWomen Career Closet, Kids in the Kitchen, Poudre School District Snack Program and the Lincoln Center Children’s Imagination Series.   

Tickets, which are $18, $17 of which is tax deductible, can be purchased online at www.jlfortcollins.org or at one of the following ticket outlets: 

• Bath Garden Center: 2000 East Prospect Road 
• Creekside Garden Center: 1224 North Shields Street 
• Fort Collins Nursery: 2121 East Mulberry Street 

Junior League of Fort Collins is a local nonprofit organization that is composed of a group of unique  women volunteers in the community that all have one central focus: identify needs in our community create projects to impact those needs, and use members’ skills, community collaborations and community partnerships to implement those projects.