The finest home gardens of the Nashua area will be perfected and showcased on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24 in the Nashua Garden Tour, hosted by the Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. The tour will take the participants through 7 beautiful gardens to welcome spring. Gardening tips and observations will be available so that participants may improve their gardens at home if they wish. The tour will begin each day at 3 Coleridge Road at 10 AM and will last until 3 PM. All proceeds from the tour will benefit the Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus.
The Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus is an organization composed of the most talented professional musicians from the southern New Hampshire, northern Massachusetts, and Boston areas. Founded in 1923, it is New Hampshire’s oldest professional orchestra and has been led by many famous conductors over the years. Despite the expertise of the Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, the group’s focus still lies in music education for children. Every year, they host a 6-week program called “Let’s Go to the Symphony” designed to get 5th and 6th grade students involved in music. The group usually performs for large audiences, but they also regularly visit and perform for local elementary schools with a firm understanding that music is important in a child’s education.
Tickets for the Nashua Garden Tour are $15 if purchased in advance and $20 the day of the event. All proceeds will go to the Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. For any questions or to purchase tickets, please visit the symphony’s event page or contact Jessica Brown by phone at 603-595-9156 or by email at Jessica@NashuaSymphony.org.