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February 28 02:48 PM

Shreveport Garden Study Club to host ‘Bouquets’

The event begins at 10:30 a.m. with coffee, as well as a Mimosa or Bloody Mary cash bar, and continues with Burns demonstrating the construction of eight to 10 arrangements, ending with a light lunch following his presentation. There will be a raffle of items donated by local merchants, as well as a way to purchase Burns’s arrangements.
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