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Addison Trail presents its 40th annual flower show

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  • Addison Trail High School's 40th annual flower show features demonstrations by local florists and work by horticulture students.

      Addison Trail High School's 40th annual flower show features demonstrations by local florists and work by horticulture students.
    Daily Herald file photo

  • Students dressed in formalwear will parade floral creations around the audience at Addison Trail High School's 40th annual flower show Tuesday, March 13.

      Students dressed in formalwear will parade floral creations around the audience at Addison Trail High School's 40th annual flower show Tuesday, March 13.
    Daily Herald File photo

 
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Get an early taste of spring at Addison Trail High School's 40th annual flower show.

The event begins at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, at the school, 213 N. Lombard Road.

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The show features design demonstrations by local florists including Addison Floral and D's Flowers of Addison, Stylish Stems of Oak Brook, Westgate Flowers of Oak Park and Chuck Altman of Round Lake Beach, as well as work by Addison Trail horticulture students.

Students dressed in formalwear parade the creations through the audience; afterward, all arrangements and centerpieces are raffled off to ticketholders.

Admission is $8, $6 for seniors. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the school or at the door.

Proceeds from the show, which is the longest running of its kind in the Chicago area, benefit a scholarship fund and horticulture programs. Info: (630) 628-3304.

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