((Cick on reservation form to enlarge and print out))

Sign up today for Andrew May’s PDN Garden Bus

WE ARE NOW just a few weeks away from the opening of the 27th Northwest Flower and Garden Show at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.

The Peninsula Daily News Garden Bus leaves Wednesday, Feb. 11, for the show’s opening day.

Cost is $120 per person (or $230 a couple). Limit: 48 people (I’m afraid we have to stop taking reservations when we hit 48).

To join the Garden Bus, click on the reservation form at the right, print it out, complete it and return the form with a check as soon as possible.

The completed reservation form and check must be received at the PDN by not later than Friday, Feb. 6.

(Instead of mailing, you can bring it by the Peninsula Daily News office at 305 W. First St. in downtown Port Angeles.)

Proceeds from the Garden Bus go to the PDN’s “hand up not a handout” Peninsula Home Fund.

Visit www.gardenshow.com for all the details about the fabulous Seattle flower and garden extravaganza.

Questions? Phone 360-417-3500. Many thanks.

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