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Manor tour benefits Fort Williams project

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Manor tour benefits Fort Williams project

CAPE ELIZABETH — A tour through a well-known Tudor-style manor this weekend will benefit the Arboretum at Fort Williams Park.

Maine Home + Design's English Garden Party will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 29, at Garrison Field, a 1928 manor built in the Tudor style.

For $25, guests will be able to stroll the property and go on a guided tour through parts of the home. 

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Arboretum at Fort Williams Park, a project of the Fort Williams Foundation.  It is the largest environmental restoration project at the Park, and it will reclaim 14 unique landscapes in Fort Williams Park for future generations to enjoy.

Tickets can be purchased online by visiting the Arboretum website, arboretumatfortwilliams.org. Tickets will also be available day of the event, unless sold out.  VIP tickets are $50 and include a full day pass with five workshops, reserved parking, the home tour and a light lunch.  VIP tickets are only available in advance through the Fort Williams Foundation website.  

Parking is available at Cape Elizabeth High School, where a shuttle will make trips to Garrison Field.