This Sunday, take advantage of the good weather and join Friends of Hilltop Arboretum for the Fall Walking Tour.
The tour, which runs from 1-5 p.m. features six sites. Tickets are $20 and are available at lsu.edu/hilltop or at any of the gardens on Sunday.
Gardens on the tour are:
m Le Havre, outside the gates of LSU — Sue Turner, 3 Rue Sorbonne, and Charles Henson, 5 Rue Sorbonne. Park in the LSU lot on East Parker Boulevard across the street from Le Havre.
m Historic Highland Road Cemetery, the oldest surviving cemetery in East Baton Rouge Parish, located one block south and east of the south gates of LSU. The entrance to the cemetery is through College Town Park located at 201 Amherst Ave. Kenny Kleinpeter will discuss the history of the 200-year-old cemetery.
m College Town — Patricia and William Cooper, 250 Amherst Ave.; Joan and Gere Covert, 101 LSU Ave.; BREC College Town Park, where refreshments will be served.
m Broadmoor — Marion Drummond, 9355 Mollylea Drive, where her family and friends celebrate her life and contributions to Hilltop.