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Lisa Mohler
· August 24, 2015
The David's have created a beautiful comfortable space, showcasing local and national artists.
The events i have attended there have been so welcoming and puts the guests at such an ease of feeling th...at your in a "friends home".
I highly recommend anyone looking for a space to hold your event, contact them, take a look around and be amazed!
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Reminder for Sunday's Fathers' Day events:

JUNE 21 EVENTS AT THE GALLERY ON THE BOULEVARD

The celebration will include a “Launching of the Rose Arbor in the Serendipity Garden;” ...
A Father’s Day ice cream social and a Summer Solstice celebration.
The Gallery and B&B are located on Franklin Boulevard in Pontiac.
Rick and Pat David will be sharing their vision about the design and development of a rose arbor across the street from the gallery.
Come celebrate the launching activities at the Serendipity Garden.
Columns are being prepared and will be placed by volunteer workers in the spirit of a community “house rising.”
The columns will be erected from 10 AM to 4 PM.
This event signals the launching of the rose arbor with a dedication later in the year.
At noon we will honor fathers with an ice cream social and wonderful music and entertainment.
You will be able to enjoy the father’s day gathering in a charming patio and porches of the gallery.
From 4 PM to 6:00 PM we will transition to the Murphy House B&B for speakers
and experts on the Rose in sharing the history and memory of the “Boulevard of the Roses.”
Tea and cookies will be offered at the B&B.
The day’s event will transition to a salute to the longest day of the year (summer solstice).
Join our celebration with music, a bonfire and marshmallow roast.
Your food dish to bring and share is your ticket!
Further information will follow in the near future.
For more information call Rick David 248-766-4817.

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