Saturday, July 17, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm – Village and Hillside: Unique Gardens of Warner

A selection of ten choice private gardens in Warner, NH, are included on the 2010 Fells Garden Tour, to be held Saturday, July 17, from 9 – 3. . The town of Warner, a pleasant and picturesque village with neatness and thrift evident in all the surroundings is situated in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire, a quick 30 minutes northwest of Concord and 40 minutes southeast of Lebanon. You will be treated to a variety of unique gardens and styles–including an organic vegetable garden, charming historic gardens in the Waterloo District, sweeping views from gardens on prestigious Pumpkin Hill, an artist’s garden and shop, “a garden among the rocks,” and a lovely compact garden and private patio in the town village.

While in Waterloo stroll past beautiful historic homes, cross a covered bridge to the Warner River and railroad station and continue along a picturesque walking trail. Waterloo resident and historian Paul Proulx will speak at 10:30am and at 1:30pm on the history of the people and politics of Waterloo. Refreshments will be served at the tavern at 1:30pm. Tour headquarters is the Telephone Museum located at 22 East Main Street, Warner. Tickets: $25 day of tour; $20 in advance. Purchase tickets on line at, or call 603-763-4789.