CONTACT US


Headquarters:
Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc.
P. O. Box 33520
Raleigh, NC 27636-3520
919-834-0686

 

Physical Location:
J.C. Raulston Arboretum
4415 Beryl Road
Raleigh, NC

 

Email: theGCofNC1@aol.com
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9:00-5:00

 

For Website Submissions:
See the Website Submission
Rules in Members Only
Contact:
Marcia Loudon, Website Chairman
gcnc.web@gmail.com
919-338-3957

The NC Arboretum – Asheville


NC ARBOR

 supported in part by our Community Partners: Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park and The Laurel of Asheville

Get Ready for Summer Lights, August 2-6

Buy your tickets now for The North Carolina Arboretum’s new outdoor concert series and light show, Summer Lights. Open nightly from 9 to 10:45 p.m., August 2-6, Summer Lights will feature a projected light show, created by Highland Mediaworks, that is synchronized to music performed by the acclaimed Blue Ridge Orchestra and conducted by Milton Crotts. We’re very excited about this new offering and hope you can join us. You can read more about Highland Mediaworks and projection mapping in this week’s blog.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE


Support for Summer Lights is provided in part by
The North Carolina Arboretum Society, iHeartMedia Asheville, The Laurel of Asheville and RomanticAsheville.com Travel Guide

Also note: Tickets for Winter Lights 2017 are now on sale! Please click here for dates and details.

On display July 15 through October 1, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, inside the Education Center, “A Year in the Life of a Mountain Bog” is the result of a yearlong photography project between photographer Michael Oppenheim and the Southern Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Over the course of four seasons, Michael captured the diverse native and non-native flora, amphibians, insects and fauna of a small bog located near Asheville, while also documenting The Nature Conservancy’s restoration efforts of the bog and related research-oriented projects. He has more than 22 years of experience working as a photographer in Seattle and Asheville focusing primarily on editorial, architectural, wedding and non-profit clients. He hopes that this exhibit will help shed light on the few remaining bogs in the western North Carolina region and draw attention to these biologically-diverse communities that are increasingly coming under assault.

 

Check out all events on their website.
http://www.ncarboretum.org/events/

 

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