California Waterscapes Joins Forces with NAWGS to Create the World’s Largest Parade of Ponds

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California Waterscapes (http://www.californiawaterscapes.com) sponsors its annual Parade of Ponds tour to help raise funds for local charities. This year, they have teamed up with the North American Water Garden Society who is coordinating the worldÂ?s largest pond tour ever the weekend of July 9th and 10th. Currently pond owners from over 26 states across the US will be participating in the national pond tour all on the same weekend.

Every year, California Waterscapes (http://www.californiawaterscapes.com) sponsors its annual Parade of Ponds tour to help raise funds for local charities. This year, they have teamed up with the North American Water Garden Society who is coordinating the world’s largest pond tour ever the weekend of July 9th and 10th. Currently pond owners from over 26 states across the US will be participating in the national pond tour all on the same weekend.

As the largest builder of water gardens on the west coast, California Waterscapes customers will be opening up their backyards to allow visitors this rare opportunity to visit their private water gardens. The self-guided tour begins at the California Waterscapes store located at 2729 Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta. This year it will feature more than 20 water gardens across the Los Angeles area. It is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on July 9th and 10th. Pond Tour tickets are $15. Admission for children 12 and under is free.

All Parade of Ponds proceeds go to Los Angeles charities including The Desi Geestman Foundation, The Glendale Humane Society, The Way to Happiness Foundation, and Renaissance Academy. Parade of Pond tickets are being sold directly by many of the participating charities and at local garden centers including California Cactus in Pasadena, Jackalope in North Hollywood, and the California Waterscapes store in La Crescenta.

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