Photo courtesy of Bloedel Reserve | About 350 people convened on the grounds of Bloedel Reserve Thursday, Aug. 9 for the annual garden party, the nonprofit’s signature fundraiser.

Photo courtesy of Bloedel Reserve | About 350 people convened on the grounds of Bloedel Reserve Thursday, Aug. 9 for the annual garden party, the nonprofit’s signature fundraiser.

Bloedel garden party draws a crowd

About 350 people convened on the grounds of Bloedel Reserve Thursday, Aug. 9 for the annual garden party, the nonprofit’s signature fundraiser.

Food and fun, set against the backdrop of the reserve’s storied grounds, set the stage, along with an auction. The event also included in-kind donations from more than 20 local food and beverage organizations (restaurants, caterers, wineries, etc.).

Mark Levine and Kay Baxter were co-chairs for the event, which raised more than $580,000 to support the ongoing operations of Bloedel Reserve.

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