Mother Lode Rose Society Field Trip
In conjunction with Sacramento & Sierra Foothills Rose Society
University Park World Peace Rose Garden
Sat., April 15, 2017 @ 12 noon
612 Magnolia Street, Stockton CA
Field trip originates at 10 AM at Southport Elementary School World Peace Rose Garden in West Sacramento, however the Mother Lode Rose Society will be joining Field Trip at Stockton University Park World Peace Rose Garden at noon. Bring sack lunch & folding chair as seating may be limited.
Special feature: Spanish Guitarist Jesse Christian Hendricks will play from 12 – 1 PM
About the Stockton University World Peace Rose Garden
The University Park World Peace Rose Garden is the latest in a series of International World Peace Rose Gardens (IWPRG) established by co-creators TJ David and Sylvia Villalobos. The International World Peace Rose Gardens serve as places of peace, love and inspiration for people of all nations, cultures and religions. IWPRG have been established around the globe, including Sacramento, Atlanta, Pacific Palisades, Mexico City, Italy, and China. Stockton was selected as location for newest World Peace Rose Garden as a tribute to restoring beauty and dignity to an area hard hit by the 2008 economic collapse. The University Park World Peace Rose Garden in Stockton is a sister garden to the Martin Luther King World Peace Garden in Atlanta.
About the Creators: TJ David and Sylvia Villalobos
TJ David, is master of the roses from birth of the garden designs, to graduation of fully established plants on day of each garden’s grand opening. Sylvia Villalobos leads the Inspirational Messages of Peace program, which encourage children’s involvement in gardens and features their expressions of peace. As a prelude to the tour, TJ David will be our featured speaker at the MLRS April 4th meeting at 1:30 PM.
Coordinator of Garden Tours: Cherry Hoover
Special thanks to Cherry for kindly coordinating these garden tours with TJ David. Please email or phone Cherry with your RSVP, it would be appreciated as she is setting up refreshments to be served at the Stockton garden.
Contact Information for Cherry: Cell – 916-765-1907E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org