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Please Join Us!
May 2-4, 2014

17th Annual
Sage & Songbirds Festival & Garden Tour

GARDEN TOUR DETAILS:

May 2-4, 2014 - Gardens open 10 am - 4 pm all 3 days

Ticket price:
$20/person
Groups of 10 or more - $10/person
(email for details)

Tickets available online (see below).
Tickets are also available by mail and on the days of event.

Ticket valid all 3 days. Self-guided tour. Ticket includes map.
Go at your own pace, stay as long as you like in each garden. One visit per site, per ticket.

Spectacular water features, sensational succulents,
sprawling natives, a lush but low-water jungle,
and a veggie garden that could feed an army...
just some of what will be found on this year’s tour.



All 5 gardens on tour are owner-designed, and this is the debut showing of each site. (None have ever before been featured on this or any other garden tour.)

Two bonus sites--a place-of-worship winged wildlife habitat and birds-of-prey rehabilitation facility--will also be available for ticket-holders to visit at no additional charge.

Presented by CHIRP for Garden Wildlife, Inc., a not-for-profit habitat education corporation. All proceeds benefit habitat education for our backyards and schoolyards.

For additional information please phone CHIRP at 619-445-8352

Sage & Songbirds...
Celebrating Alpine's designation as
America's First Community Wildlife Habitat
by the National Wildlife
Federation

PURCHASE GARDEN TOUR TICKETS HERE
$20/person

For additional Garden Tour and Festival details please click here

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Sage & Songbirds 17th Annual FESTIVAL
10 am - 5 pm • Saturday, May 3, 2014 • ONE DAY ONLY!!

New location! Alpine Creek Town Center
1347 Tavern Road in downtown Alpine

FREE!!!! • FREE!!!! • FREE!!!!
• Live Entertainment
• Art & Craft Vendors
• Birds-of-Prey (owl, hawk, more)
• Live Hummingbirds
• Snakes, lizards & other live reptiles
• Monarch Butterfly Release at 2 pm
• Opportunity Drawings
• Silent Auctions including a 4-pack of Disneyland/California Adventure Hopper passes, a Julian cottage getaway & more

Vendors of quality arts & crafts invited to join us!
Click here to download application.
Click here to meet our vendors for this event...

Thank you to our host and sponsor
Alpine Creek Town Center!

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And SPECIAL THANKS TO THE
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
for their Support of our Event!!!


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Summer Hypertufa Workshops
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Hypertufa troughs and pots
encourage healthy plants by providing
excellent drainage & air circulation around roots.
Succulents LOVE them!

Inspired by antique English feeding and watering troughs, hypertufa is created from an all-natural blend of portland cement,
vermiculite, perlite and peat moss.

Join us for a one-day workshop...
take home 3 rustic 'tufa projects!

For information, please click here

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GARDENS on the BOULEVARD

We are continuing to landscape Alpine Boulevard!

Watch for "winged wildlife" as new gardens continue to be added...

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CHIRP for Garden Wildlife, Inc.
P.O. Box 532 • Alpine, CA 91903 • (619) 445-8352

www.chirp.org • info@chirp.org

CHIRP is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of birds, butterflies, and other creatures of habitat,
through hands-on and interactive programs and gardens.
CHIRP is a 501(c)3, not-for-profit corporation.
All proceeds benefit habitat education programs for our backyards and schoolyards.