Following the theme of”Rhythms” at the Canada Blooms event this year the booths were decorated with the “Juno” vibe. It may be possible to read the signs at the back (by clicking on the mosaic) to tell you who won the Juno for any particular year and what the colour scheme was for that year. It goes back 40 years so even I reminisced about some of the groups and singers I idolized at the time. In the Garden Hall were tablescapes too with beautiful arrangements made by various garden club members. The picnic table was in one of the gardens. Had to include it as I love a picnic in the summer.
Music was a large part of the displays. Top left was a piano in the Tribute to Oscar Peterson. Apparently this amazing musician loved to play his piano out on his patio in summer. Wouldn’t you have loved to be his neighbour? CDs/DVDs were used as a display in the main gallery as you came into the show. In one of the gardens “ A Symphony of Delight” was a pond made to look like a piano with hand carved stone to make the keyboard. The last was a design in the garden halls to fit the vision of the show.
Thanks to Mary at Dear Little Red House for hosting Mosaic Monday each week. See you there. Have a great week. Valerie