Spring Blooms

Save the date!

June 1, 2019 from 6 – 9 PM

Celebrate the return of spring with delicious food and drink surrounded by the vibrant blooms and verdant canopy of the Arboretum & Gardens. This year’s Spring Blooms will be a special occasion as friends and supporters of Jenkins celebrate 33 years of growing with Dr. Harold Sweetman, welcome our incoming Executive Director, and mark the 10-year anniversary of the
Gold LEED-certified John J. Willaman Education Center.

Tickets: Current members will receive an invitation by mail. Non-members may request an invitation by emailing name and address to: springblooms@jenkinsarboretum.org.
Tickets are $125 for members; $150 for non-members.

Event Co-Chairs
Katherine Bennett
Nancy Holmes

Many thanks to our generous sponsors for their support of
Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens:

Flowering Dogwood Sponsor
1919 Investment Counsel LLC
Cordray Corporation
Bill & Sharon Schwarze

Rhododendron Sponsor
Brandywine Realty Trust
Scott Conking / Thomas Wall
Crocodile Café & Catering
Devon Dental Services, Linda K. Himmelberger, DMD
The Gerrity Insurance Agency, Inc.
L2i Construction LLC
Pennsylvania Trust
Vox Ama Deus

Azalea Sponsor
Urban Engineers

Trillium Sponsor
Aqua
Katherine & Pete Bennett
Barbacane, Thornton, & Company LLC
Alice & Al Doering
George H. Elser, Esq.
John & Nancy Fischer
Suzie & Fred Fletcher
Sharon Harris
Howard Holden
Nancy & Rick Holmes
Gretchen & Don Kiernan
Sally & Duane Malm
Leslie Miller & Richard Worley Foundation
Ted & Barbara Morse
Sally & Perc Moser
Perfect Setting Catering & Events
RPI Services LLC
Marilyn Sifford & Bob Butera
Stoney Bank Nurseries
Harold & Christine Sweetman

Sponsors as of March 19, 2019. 

There’s still time to sponsor this year’s Spring Blooms event!
For more information about sponsorship, please call 610-647-8870 ext. 152
or email janet@jenkinsarboretum.org.

Spring Blooms is a garden party that provides the critical resources needed to fulfill
the mission of Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens. Please consider becoming a sponsor to ensure that Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens will remain free, open, and growing for generations.