New this year is the addition of the barn museum where photos and memorabilia of Hulda Klager and her family will be on display
The Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens in Woodland will be the site of Lilac Days 2023 from Sat., April 22 through Sun., May 14 at the Lilac Gardens located at 115 S. Pekin Road, Woodland.
The historic gardens will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Admission $5 adults, children 12 & under free. Theme for 2023 is Hats from the Past and many hats from the collection will be on display in the new barn museum and also in the historic house.
The Klager house will re-open this year with tours being offered. Guests can sign up at the gardens and are limited to the hours of 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (schedule subject to change depending on staffing.)
New this year is the addition of the barn museum where photos and memorabilia of Hulda Klager and her family will be on display. A quilt raffle fundraiser will also be held and tickets will be available for purchase.
The annual plant sale with lilacs and the gift shop with lilac themed items will also be available. Come stroll through the gardens and enjoy all the lilacs, plants and history.
Here’s a look at video and photos from the 2021 event:
VIDEO: Clark County Today’s Andi Schwartz provides a visual trip to Lilac Days 2021
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