The Queen Creek Botanical Gardens is releasing 100 limited-edition Founding Membership Engraved Paver Stones prior to opening this Fall. These limited-quantity white limestone pavers will receive priority placement, located at the entrance plaza of the Mill House at the Gardens.
Engraved pavers are a perfect way to demonstrate commitment to the community now and for future generations. Pavers also provide a meaningful way to honor a family, business or the memory of a friend, colleague or family member.
“By supporting the gardens through a founding paver stone membership, benefactors will leave a legacy that makes a difference in our community,” said Justin Rohner, Executive Director. “We look forward to opening this Fall.”
Each paver includes up to three lines with 15 characters per line, including spaces. All pavers are engraved with a standard font. Logos may be placed on pavers for an additional cost.
Garden supporters who wish to have an engraved paver with their names or the names of loved ones may purchase pavers online. Once purchased, a Gardens staff member will coordinate the name(s) and/or logos and other details that will appear on the stone.
Paver Stone memberships are $300 for a 6×6 paver or $1200 for a 12×12 paver.
A 6×6 Paver Stone membership includes a one-year membership to the Gardens for 12 months after they open for two specified adults, two guest passes, and your name on a paver stone.
A 12×12 Paver Stone membership includes one-year membership to the Gardens for 12 months after they open for two specified adults, four children and two guest passes, and your name on a paver stone.
Members also receive discounts on special event tickets and member-only offers.
Proceeds from the pavers will be used to build and showcase world-class exhibits to thousands of annual visitors.
For more information, visit QCGardens.org.
About Queen Creek Botanical Gardens
Queen Creek Botanical Gardens inspire and educate about elegant edible plants, showing the future of sustainable, hyper-local food production in landscaping. The 10-acre Gardens feature one of only three known fully-operational industrial-age water mills west of the Mississippi, shops, and themed demonstration gardens, including English, Italian, French, Japanese and more. Fruits, vegetables and other food produced at the Gardens will be available for purchase at the gift shop, or through a weekly produce-subscription service. To learn more about the Gardens, visit www.qcgardens.org, or connect with us at email@example.com, Facebook or Instagram.