Can you believe it? Tournament time has come and gone in Augusta. And what a great week it was! Good news: even though Masters week is over, there are still plenty of great things happening in our fair city.
For example – take the Sacred Heart Garden Festival (which runs this Thursday through Sunday). This is justifiably one of most popular events we have in our community. Year after year, folks tell us that this Festival is an incredibly fun, helpful and inspiring experience. We agree. The theme of this year’s festival is “Classic Southern Gardening”, and there will be a plethora of speakers, vendors, and amateur gardeners who will be sharing their expertise, products, and experiences about growing your garden and giving it a classic southern charm.
Sacred Heart – A Great Augusta Tradition, in a Great Augusta Landmark
Best of all, this Festival is for a great cause – all proceeds will support the enduring legacy of the Sacred Heart Cultural Center. We have enjoyed a strong relationship with the Sacred Heart Cultural Center for many years. We believe in what they do, and they also believe in what we do. We are proud to say that Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Augusta and Lake Oconee is the Center’s choice for all their outdoor lighting needs (In fact, when you visit the Festival this weekend you will see that our lights are permanently installed in the Center).
Stop By and See Our Display in Vendor Village
Here is the schedule for the Festival – We will have an OLP representative in Vendor Village for each and all of these times. We plan to be there to answer all of your outdoor lighting questions and help you think through your outdoor lighting needs.
Garden Preview Party
Thur, April 25, 7 pm
Garden Festival Hours
Fri, April 26, 9 am-5 pm
Sat, April 27, 9 am-5 pm
Sun, April 28, 11 am-5 pm
If you have any questions, or would like to schedule a free home consultation, stop by our booth, drop us an email, or call us at (706) 690-4326 in Augusta/Aiken or (706) 484-9711 in Athens/Lake Oconee.
Hope to see you at the Festival,
Pat Otis, President
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Augusta
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Lake Oconee