A Walk At Kabuto Garden And Dinner

Kubota Garden is a 20 acre Japanese garden located in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of Seattle. The city acquired the property in 1987 from the estate of master landscaper Fujitaro Kubota. Kubota was a horticultural pioneer when he began merging Japanese design techniques with North American materials in his display garden in 1927. The Garden is a spectacular setting of hills and valleys, interlaced with streams, waterfalls, ponds, bridges, and rock out-croppings with a rich array of plant material.

After the walk we could go out for dinner nearby the Garden.  

NOTE:  I have a NO Show and last minute cancellation policy for events like this. If you have 3 No shows and/or last minute cancellations, you won't be able to attend in the future.

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  • Tammye Read w.

    Great pictures...glad you had fun; perfect day at a beautiful place; look's like the best time of year too!

    April 28

  • Gabriele

    It was a beautiful place. The rain drops dripping of the flowers, everythings lusciously green and lots of laughter. And more fun at dinner.

    1 · April 27

  • Adel K.

    I'm so sad to miss it! My children have just woken up from a nap. Hope to come next time!

    1 · April 27

  • Rachel

    Great idea. I would like to join, when this is planned in the future.

    1 · April 27

  • A former member
    A former member

    Looking forward to meeting everyone tomorrow.

    1 · April 26

  • Valerie

    Would have loved to join you, but now have another commitment. Have a great walk! Next time. V

    April 25

  • D D

    Can i make a reservation for an additional person?

    1 · April 24

  • Tammye Read w.

    Sorry to miss this...you have so many FUN MEETUPS!!!HEALING Sciatica!;-)

    1 · April 24

    • Gabriele

      Feel better soon and see you soon

      April 25

  • Lee J.

    Might not be able to make it Sunday, and don't want to cancel at the last minute, so playing it safe and dropping out now. Have fun!

    1 · April 23

    • Gabriele

      Thanks for being considerate. And I am sure I will see sometimes soon

      1 · April 23

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