If you haven’t heard about the Garden and Herb Festival, perk up your ears because this year’s celebration is going to be fantastic. Counting on now two decades of honoring spring’s bounty, Tiverton Four Corners will host the 20th annual Garden and Herb Festival on May 24th from 10-4 on the lawn of the Soule-Seabury House.
This free, kid-friendly horticultural extravaganza will feature music, a petting zoo, pony rides, and popular local vendors offering everything from landscaping advice to raised bed garden kits, annuals & perennials, local art, treats, and the best tomato plants you will find for miles. Polly and her husband, who have a farm in Little Compton, have been running the Garden and Herb Festival in T4C for 20 years and they’re ready to celebrate!
“I love the Festival every year, but this year we are offering a special boxed lunch from Four Corners Grille and Carriage ride package. We wanted to something a little different since we are celebrating our 20th annual festival, but also wanted to keep with the feel of the historic village.”
Purchase a ticket for the lunch and carriage ride for only $15 and enjoy your choice of three locally-made sandwiches and a ride round the historic village. Kids will love the old-fashioned ride and you will too. The horse and carriage will be making stops around the village to drop people off and pick others up, so you can do some local shopping at your leisure. “The festival is really fun for all, there is something for everyone. It is in a wonderful, relaxing atmosphere.”
So mark your calendars and get your gardens ready for the best of this seasons pickings from Tiverton Four Corners.
The event takes place May 24th from 10am to 4pm rain or shine. See you there!
To purchase tickets for the boxed lunch and carriage ride and have your lunch waiting for you Saturday afternoon, click here.