ART in the Garden: Saturday, June 9

6:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Get ready for an astonishing evening!

On Saturday evening, June 9, the gardens of Reeves-Reed Arboretum will be alive with fabulous music, wonderful art installations, and incredible food as we celebrate our most eagerly anticipated annual fundraiser, ART in the Garden.

Highlights of the evening will include a silent and live auction, music, and gourmet fare from David Ellis Events. Once again, the silent auction pre-bidding, gala sponsorships, and tickets will available online through

ART in the Garden traditionally celebrates the kick off for our season of visual and performing arts, with the installation of works of art on the grounds and in Wisner House. The funds raised during this evening will allow the Arboretum to continue to serve a broad community by providing environmental and horticultural education programs to children and adults, and maintaining our historic house and gardens as a cultural destination and resource for over 100,000 visitors annually.

For more information, please contact our Manager of Special Events, Tom Tagariello at or 908-273-8787 ext. 1414.

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Please click here for HomeTowne TV's coverage of the 2017 ART in the Garden.

Be Green and Join the Team!  Committee Members Needed!
Join the Arboretum's gala committee and help raise funds for RRA through our annual ART in the Garden gala on June 9. Show your support and be a champion of the environment through this important fundraising initiative.

Your participation will help us in our environmental education programs, horticulture and historic public gardens through a variety of experiences. We're looking for volunteers to help contribute ideas and help with outreach to prospective donors.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in:

  • Gaining experience in environmental initiatives through partnerships, philanthropy and social good programs.
  • Help develop and implement strategic fundraising plans that will help broaden the Arboretum's reach to new potential donors and raise funds for our organization.
  • Empower individuals and organizations to be guardians of the environment and contribute to our sustainability.
  • Advancing understanding of nature and horticulture with hands-on educational programs for all ages and community collaboration.
  • Educating and engaging the public on environmental protection, conservation and sustainability.
  • Promoting the importance of healthy ecosystems, the affects of climate change on our environment and lifestyle.

Please contact RRA's Manager of Special Events, Tom Tagariello, at for more information.

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