Indian Hill Garden Club to host annual Country Market

The market features heirloom flowers and bulbs.

The market features heirloom flowers and bulbs.

Saturday, Sept. 17, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Indian Hill Church, 6000 Drake Road, Indian Hill

Indian Hill Garden Club’s Country Market will showcase homemade provisions, baked goods, local produce, heirloom flowers and bulbs, and specialty items from local vendors. In addition, the market will offer many nature-related craft activities.  

A picnic lunch will be available.

A portion of the proceeds will go toward the continued development of the Radio Range Park on Indian Hill Road. The club and Indian Hill’s Public Works Department have teamed to transform the park into a bee and butterfly-friendly haven of prairie grasses and wildflowers.

The Country Market has been a fixture in Indian Hill since 1923. The club supports garden-related nonprofits such as Rowe Arboretum, Cincinnati Nature Center and the Civic Garden Center. Over the years it has given educational grants to St. Gertrude’s School, Cincinnati Country Day School, Turner Farm, East End Community Garden and the Rothenberg School Rooftop Garden.

Sixty members of the club work to make this annual fundraiser a success. This year’s chair is Helene Bentley. Jenny Magro is co-chair.

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