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    Mark your calendar with the AHS 2018 events and programs at River Farm, around the country and the world. The AHS is also co-sponsor of a number of events with horticultural partners.

    AHS 2018 Calendar of Events

    AHS 2018 Calendar of Events

    ALEXANDRIA, VA - The American Horticultural Society (AHS) is pleased to announce its events and programs for 2018. These include activities taking place at the AHS’s 25-acre River Farm headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, as well as several others around the country and the world. The AHS will also co-sponsor a number of events with horticultural partners.

    April 13 & 14. Spring Garden Market. River Farm, Alexandria, VA.

    April 14 & 15. Colonial Williamsburg Garden Symposium. Williamsburg, VA. (AHS partner event.)

    April 21. Great Gardens and Landscaping Symposium. Woodstock, VT. (AHS partner event.)

    April 21-28. Historic Garden Week in Virginia. (AHS partner event.)

    April 23-May 5. Greece: Antiquity, Culture, and Gardens. AHS Travel Study Program.

    May 14-18. AHS President's Council Trip. St. Petersburg, FL.

    May 16 & 17. Coalition of American Plant Societies meeting. Birmingham, AL. (AHS partner event.)

    June 10-18. England, Gardens of the West Country: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset & Wiltshire. AHS Travel Study Program.

    June 21. Great American Gardeners and AHS Book Awards Ceremony. River Farm, Alexandria, VA.

    July 11-14. National Children & Youth Garden Symposium. Ithaca, NY.

    Sept. 5-15. Castles & Gardens of the Czech Republic: Prague, Bohemia & Moravia. AHS Travel Study Program.

    Sept. 22. AHS Annual Gala. River Farm, Alexandria, VA.

    Sept 27-29. America in Bloom Symposium and Awards Program. Lexington, KY. (AHS partner event.)

    Oct. 11-25. AHS Online Auction. National.

    Dec. 3-21. Indoor Holiday Display. River Farm, Alexandria, VA.

    Dec. 8. Holiday Open House. River Farm, Alexandria, VA.

    For more information on these events, visit the AHS website at www.ahsgardening.org or call (703) 768-5700.

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    The American Horticultural Society (AHS), founded in 1922, is an educational, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that recognizes and promotes excellence in American horticulture. One of the oldest and most prestigious gardening organizations, AHS is dedicated to making America a nation of gardeners, a land of gardens. Its mission is to open the eyes of all Americans to the vital connection between people and plants, to inspire all Americans to become responsible caretakers of the Earth, to celebrate America’s diversity through the art and science of horticulture; and to lead this effort by sharing the Society’s unique national resources with all Americans.

    River Farm, the AHS’s 25-acre headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia is open Monday through Friday year-round, and Saturday mornings April through September. Once part of George Washington's holdings, the picturesque property overlooking the Potomac River includes an early 20th-century mansion and an artful blend of naturalistic and formal garden areas. Rotating art exhibits are open to the public in the estate house. River Farm is available for weddings, corporate retreats, and other events. For more information call (703) 768-5700 ext. 114 or visit www.ahsgardening.org.
     

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