Summer Solstice Garden Tour 2019 at Sycamore Hill Gardens

Saturday, June 22nd from 11-4  Open to the Public

Summer Solstice Garden Tour Saturday, June 22 from 11-4 to benefit Women Transcending Boundaries   OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

This celebration of the Summer Solstice is an annual fundraising event  to support the programs of Women Transcending Boundaries-pack a picnic, bring a blanket or enjoy seating on the patio or throughout the grounds. This is a family-friendly event and children are very, very welcome. Chicken Bandit Food Truck, Bluegrass music, Craft Fair, Face Painting, as well as Tai Chi, Meditation, a Bake Sale, and More!!! Free Parking.

This is Women Transcending Boundaries’s annual fundraiser, held this year in the spirit of community with the Central New York Land Trust. Admission is $12.00/children under 8 free; pre-sale $6.00 tickets are available until June 12. Call Betsy Wiggins for tickets (315-439-2925).   Link:  http://wtb.org/?p=9429

Tickets are also available at

  • Salt City Ace Hardware Store, 325 Nottingham Rd. (Nottingham Plaza), Syracuse
  • Carol Watson Greenhouse, 2980 Sentinel Heights Rd. (Rt. 173), Lafayette
  • Side Hill Farmers Butcher Shop, 315 Fayette St., Manlius
  • Rolands Main Street Sporting Goods, 14 E. Genesee St., Skaneateles

Driving directions can be found at www.sycamorehillgardens.com

Please, No Pets, No Smoking, No Grilling!!

Enjoy a picnic, feed the Koi.

CNY Land Trust Summer Solstice Garden Tour & Craft Fair Saturday, June 22nd – 11-4, 2019

Join us for this family friendly event to raise funds and awareness for the Central New York Land Trust. We are proud to support their efforts to preserve our areas natural spaces for future generations and Sycamore Hill Gardens shares their commitment to longterm land stewardship.

A quote from an article written by Jacob Pucci titled “13 Upstate Gardens open to the Public You Have to Visit” , NYup.com.

“Sycamore Hill Gardens

What was once a dairy farm is now a 40-acre natural paradise, complete with koi ponds, a hedge maze, statues, stonework and a formal garden. Thanks to a recent planting of more than 10,000 trees and shrubs, it’s now also home to one of the state’s largest privately-owned bird sanctuaries.

Sycamore Hill is only open to the public a few weekends a year…”

Your chance to visit is June 22 at the Central New York Summer Solstice Garden Tour. See details https://cnylandtrust.org/newsgarden-tour-2/

Enjoy a picnic, feed the Koi at Sycamore Hill Gardens from 11-4 on Saturday, June 22, 2019.

June blooms at Sycamore Hill Gardens!