Memorial Day is this weekend!
Do you take time to remember this holiday by attending a service and honoring those who have served, currently serve, and have given their lives in service to our country? Don’t let the weekend pass without devoting some time to reflect on the meaning of liberty – what it means to you and what it meant to those who were willing to fight for it.
Grandma’s Garden in Parkman proudly supports our country and our troops that defend it.
They have products that be can be displayed as reminders in your garden or inside your home. They make great gifts for service men and women and many can be personalized with a name, picture, unit, years of service, and color options.
Every day is a good day to remember those who have supported freedom. Perhaps this is one way you can say thank you to them or to remind yourself not to forget.
Grandma’s Garden is open Saturdays from 10 am – 5 pm. or call 440-477-0782 for Sunday and evening hours. They are located at 16396 Main Market in Parkman, Ohio. The mold/pour shop is in the barn and the showroom is in the lower level of the house with the entrance located at the back of the house, down the steps.
At Century Village Memorial Day Weekend
This Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25, Century Village is hosting a Rib Burn-Off to kick off the summer fun in Geauga County. Grandma’s Garden will be there both days with many of their unique handmade stones and plaques for you to see. Stop by their booth and say hello!
The online store is always open and has hundreds of stones and plaques of almost every theme possible. Even glow-in-the-dark creations! You’ll be amazed at the variety!
16396 Main Market in Parkman, Ohio