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    Dedicated at historic sites in the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada, War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Gardens celebrate the two hundred years of peace and longstanding friendship between two countries that share the worlds longest undefended boarder.

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Mayer's Lake Ontario Winery

Sharon Bronson

1593 Hamlin Parma Townline Rd

Hilton NY USA

Sharon@Lakeontariowinery.com

585-749-3954


DEDICATION

AUG 2012

Mayer's Lake Ontario Winery

This garden is located at the Mayer's Lake Ontario Winery where you will have the opportunity to relax in an approximately 11,200 square feet of beautiful flowers, trees and scrubs.. This will be a permanent site and Open to the community and general public with no admission charge. It will represent peace and democracy between Canada and the United States and the men and women who served both countries. Cultural events to reenactments including concerts, art exhibites, wine tours and more. Special features will consist of benches, Memory walk, Military Honors, flags, interpretive panels, sculptures and much more. Enjoy a lovely dinner while you overlook the winery and take in a wine tasting while there. You will ejoy a large selection of trees, bushes and flowers for all season. We are proud to call this garden a Honorary International Peace Garden.  For an updated map, more information and suggested itineraries go to www.peacegardentrail.com          More »

Dedicated at historic sites in the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada, War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Gardens celebrate the two hundred years of peace and longstanding friendship between two countries that share the worlds longest undefended boarder.

Additional trip planning aids that include suggested itineraries, special events, nearby attractions, accomodations, driving directions and more can be obtained by calling 1-800-622-2686 ext 23 (M-F 8am - 4pm EST)

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The concept of an International Peace Garden emerged in 1990 when the first garden was presented by the Canadian Government to the United States to celebrate their long standing friendship. our History »

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