Raffle of personal landscape consultation with David Clark set at Vines & Wines

annie watering from Opportunities Unlimited in Niagara County
Photo courtesy Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara

You could win a personal landscape consultation with nationally known gardening expert David Clark at Vines & Wines, a fundraising event to benefit the horticulture program and its participants with disabilities at Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara. He will also give a presentation on organic growing tips.

The event will be held from 3-8 p.m. Thursday, May 21, at the Merani Hotel Group’s Four Points by Sheraton, 7001 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls. The hotel is offering a reduced room rate for that night.

Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com is a sponsor for the event.

Pre-sale tickets are $20 and may be purchased online or at the four administration buildings at Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara: 1555 Fashion Outlet Blvd., 2393 Niagara Falls Blvd. and 2510 Niagara Falls Blvd., Niagara Falls, and 107 Heath St.,

Tickets will be $25 at the door.

Admission includes wine tasting and one sheet of tickets for an imaginative Home Interiors and Gardening basket auction. There will also be a high-end silent auction, wine raffle, chocolate tastings from Jacolatte and a cash bar. Participating wineries to date are Vizcarra Wineyards and Arrowhead Spring Vineyards.

Opportunities Unlimited is in the process of raising the last bulk of the funds needed to break ground on an expanded greenhouse that will triple the growing and education space. Proceeds from this event will assist with the expansion and with horticulture programming.

3 Comments on “Raffle of personal landscape consultation with David Clark set at Vines & Wines

  1. Lois, you can get raffle tickets at the Vines & Wines event described above. If you need more information about the raffle, contact Roxane Albond-Buchner, Manager of Communications at Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara, at (716) 297-6400 ext. 332. I hope that helps!

  2. Is this where we enter to win? We have 207 acres of which I want to develop about 50 acres into orchard, goat area and perhaps a Fish growing operation (depending on costs). I would like plant identification (what not to CUT down) and some planning ideas to preserve the land that has been in my husbands family for 5 generations.

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