HFH Newsletter

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April 2019

Evening in the Garden Nearly Sold Out

This may be the last chance to get your tickets! Now in its 13th year, Evening in the Garden attracts capacity crowds and has sold out ahead of the event for the last 2 years. Only 48 tickets remain which can be purchased individually for $50 or $500 for a table of eight. Table holders receive premier reserved seating, 2 bottles of wine, table favors, and signage.

On June 13th FarWest Landscape & Garden Center will host this evening of fine food and wine along with live and silent auctions on their seven acres of flora.

This year live auction winners will have a variety of spectacular items to claim…like tickets to the Outlaws and Renegades Tour featuring Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band, a dinner for 8 prepared by the Food Network's Mark Anderson, beautiful outdoor glazed planters, a one-week stay for 8 at a McCall cabin, an outdoor fountain, a limited edition Coca Cola cruiser, 20 chances to win $30,000 from the Idaho Lottery, 4 weeks of digital Lamar outdoor billboards…and the list goes on.

New to this year’s event is “You’re the Auctioneer” where a surprise awaits at your table and the “Albertsons Wine Pull” featuring fine wines from Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and California, plus the opportunity to win cases of wine. 100% of the monies raised will help build another quality, affordable home for a family in need in the Treasure Valley.

Evening in the Garden is generously presented by Citi Cards, AT&T, Swire Coca-Cola, Intermountain Gas Company, FarWest Landscape & Garden Center, and Albertsons.

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