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Tulip Festival continues at Thanksgiving Point
Flower power » Annual event features 250,000 tulips and nearly 100 varieties.

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Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

When: Continues through Saturday, April 28, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. (Closed Sundays)

Where: Thanksgiving Point, 3003 N. Thanksgiving Way, Lehi

Tickets: $10 adults, $9 seniors, $6 children 3-11; free for Thanksgiving Point Garden members and children 2 and under; available at the gate.

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• noon: Garden Tour (back patio of Visitor Center)

• 1 p.m.: Gardening demo: Seven must-have herbs (Garden Path Greenhouse)

• 6 p.m.: Garden tree tour (back patio of Visitor Center)


• noon: Garden Tour (back patio of Visitor Center)

• 1 p.m.: Gardening demo: Vegetable gardening (Garden Path Greenhouse)

• 2 p.m.: Musical performance by Quintessential Quartet (back patio of Visitor Center)

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• 3 p.m.: Dance performance by Rocky Mountain Express Cloggers (Waterfall Amphitheater)

• 4 p.m.: Gardening Demo — Great-tasting smoothies using vegetables (Garden Path Greenhouse)

• 5 p.m.: Dance performance by Premier Productions (Waterfall Amphitheater)

• 6 p.m.: Musical performance by Katie McMinn (back patio of Waterfall Amphitheater)


• 7 a.m.-noon: Half Marathon, 5K and kids 1-mile run

• 10:30 a.m.-noon: 2nd Annual Tulip Princess Pageant (Waterfall Amphitheater)

• 11 a.m.: Gardening demo — Beautiful containers (Garden Path Greenhouse)

• noon: Garden tour (back patio of Visitor Center)

• noon-2 p.m.: Musical performance by Arienette (back patio of the Garden’s Visitor Center)

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