From the Castle Rock News-Press:
The Colorado Water Garden Society will host its annual Water Blossom Festival from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10 at Denver Botanic Gardens, with experts on hand to answer questions and tours of water features with Jim Arneill at 10:20 and 11:30. The CWGS is celebrating its 30th anniversary, after being founded at DBG as the first water gardening society in the world. Former aquatic collection curator Joe Tomochik will be on hand with stories about those many years before he retired, when the position transitioned to Tamara Kilbane. At 1 p.m., Joe Mascarenas will give a program on photographing water plants in the Plant Society Building. Festival admission is free, but one must pay garden admission, unless a member.