Landmark Dedication of Live Oak in Pan's Garden

START DATE | TIME
Friday, December 13, 2019
4:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Friday, December 13, 2019
5:00pm
LOCATION
Event Address

386 Hibiscus Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Celebration

Open to the Public

Pan’s Garden would not have been possible without the vision and generosity of the late Lydia Mann. As a former member of the Preservation Foundation’s Executive Committee and a three-time Chairman of the annual Dinner Dance, her efforts were integral to many of the organization’s successes. Mrs. Mann’s vision to create “a place where people can find peace of mind and where children can find joy in living things” exemplifies the community-oriented goals of the Preservation Foundation. In honor of her memory and vision for the garden, the century-old Live Oak tree that towers more than 60-feet above the southern end of the garden will be officially designated as a landmarked tree in the Town of Palm Beach.

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Pan's Garden Dedication

Celebration

Open to the Public

Pan’s Garden would not have been possible without the vision and generosity of the late Lydia Mann. As a former member of the Preservation Foundation’s Executive Committee and a three-time Chairman of the annual Dinner Dance, her efforts were integral to many of the organization’s successes. Mrs. Mann’s vision to create “a place where people can find peace of mind and where children can find joy in living things” exemplifies the community-oriented goals of the Preservation Foundation. In honor of her memory and vision for the garden, the century-old Live Oak tree that towers more than 60-feet above the southern end of the garden will be officially designated as a landmarked tree in the Town of Palm Beach.

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Pan's Garden Dedication
Category
Celebration