Albuquerque to show its love for lavender

June 2, 2017 by  

Lavender lovers are invited to follow their noses to a celebration of this well-loved flower that has been planned for Albuquerque.

During Lavender in the Village, more than 50 vendors of this herb and products that have been crafted from it will be setting up shop in the Agri-Nature Center, and there will be a host of other activities as well.

There will displays of lavender art and an assortment of other hand crafted items, live performances by area musicians and other artists, cooking demonstrations, yoga classes held in the open air, and much more. Both fine foods and wines will be available for purchase, and those who come out can also learn more about sustainable agriculture. A hands-on farm camp experience will be organized for the kids, and it is expected that the event will draw thousands of visitors to the area.

Tickets for this lavender-themed celebration have been priced at $8 for guests age 13 and up, and this includes a free, custom designed commemorative poster. Graphic design can be used to create souvenir promotional items such as these. Tickets are $3 for those ages 4 to 12, and anyone 3 or younger will be admitted free of charge.

Lavender in the Village has been planned for the Agri-Nature Center on July 15, and further details have been added to its website for 2017.

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