Cashew chicken summer rolls,
vermicelli rice noodles, Thai basil & chili lime
Soy barbequed shrimp bento,
soba noodle salad, napa slaw
Friday, JAN 26, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Start at The Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria, 1500 Reynolds St.
Flip Flops Required, 21 years of age or older
TROPICAL GARDEN TOUR & TASTING
JANUARY 24-28, 2018, 9th Annual
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Key West Garden Club at West Martello Tower
Picture a lovely gazebo with stunning ocean views. Now imagine you're surrounded by a lush tropical garden nestled in a charming historic setting. Here at the Key West Garden club at the West Martello Tower.
The Key West Garden Club is one of the island's last remaining free tourist attractions. Plants are donated and maintained by members and volunteers. We are a non-profit organization.
Our mission is to provide educational opportunities for the community relating to tropical gardening and to the West Martello Tower, a National Historic site where the Club is located. We are open seven days a week and are a beautiful venue for weddings and other events.
Chocolate custard tarts, fresh berries
Black bottom Key lime pies, with fresh berries
Coconut tres leche bite
Antipasto hovan with
sun dried tomato tapenade
Edible spoon summer caprese,
grilled peaches, burrata, heirloom tomato
DATE & TIME
Corn Blini, roasted tomato,
smoked salmon, scallion crème
Profiterole with duck confit,
roasted apple butter, crispy kale
JANUARY 24-28, 2018
FLIP FLOPS REQUIRED
Black pepper popover,
warm mushroom salad and goat cheese crumbles
Lobster and avocado
St Paul’s Historic Church & Tropical Gardens
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, “Historic Key West’s Church” with their Labyrinth Gardens will be your setting for this gathering. You will be in the shadow of the Historic Rectory, one of the few remaining antebellum homes on Key West. The labyrinth is an ancient Christian symbol and device reminiscent of the journey of life. This is the southernmost labyrinth in the country and its central design is a depiction of the Holy Trinity rondel stained glass in the sanctuary. This ties the gardens to the architectural beauty of the landmark sanctuary which will celebrate its centennial in 2019. The plants are mostly tropical and sub-tropical species. The setting is used by many guests and visitors to Key West who often say the word “sanctuary” to speak of the feeling most of them have simply coming through the gates of St. Paul’s Church.
Historic Sculpture Garden
Taking the lead from the many Key Westers vitally concerned with the history of our island and committed to creating a legacy to future generations, the Key West City Commission set aside a permanent park site for the Key West Historic Memorial Sculpture Garden.
Located on the original shoreline in Mallory Square, the sculpture garden opened in September 1997. It features 36 magnificently cast bronze busts of the men and women who have had the greatest impact on Key West. The garden retells the story of the island to over 1,000,000 visitors a year.
Join us at our SECOND annual Tropical Garden Tour & Tasting
Meet at the beautiful Casa Marina Resort for a sip of bubbly and make a toast to celebrate Key West's Tropical Gardens.
You will board the Old Town Trolley and be whisked to some of the most stunning gardens and see the historic architecture our gardens have to offer.
We can't wait for you to enjoy a glass of wine paired with a taste of luscious food at each location prepared by Executive Chef David Fuhrman of Great Events Catering.
Everyone will receive a 2018 etched logo wine glass.
This tour is limited to 120 people, A portion of the proceeds for this event has been donated to each non profit
garden to maintain and protect our precious spaces.
Oldest House & Tropical Gardens
Key West’s Oldest House Museum and Garden offers the perfect setting for our garden tour in the heart of historic Old Town.
The large garden with lawn, brick pathways, gazebo and magnificent mature tropical foliage offer a perfect setting.
The historic 1829 home is claimed to be the Oldest house in Key West.
Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
A highlight of any visit to the Audubon House is a tour of the property’s one-acre tropical gardens where orchids, bromeliads orchids, bromeliads, rare tropical palms and crotons.
A stroll along the gardens’ paved brick pathways reveals the vibrant blooms of more than 200 orchids while butterflies and birds flit in and out of lush foliage. Native and exotic trees and plants are labeled with their common names, Latin names, and country of origin for easy identification.
The garden features a replica 1850s-era cook house and medicinal and herb garden to provide visitors a glimpse of life in a mid-19th century Key West household.
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OCTOBER 1, 2017
OFFICIAL CRUISE LINE