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Sculpture honors Margot Rochester

Riverbanks Botanical Garden has a new piece of sculpture - dedicated to the memory of gardener Margot Rochester.

Rochester, a garden writer and speaker, died in October 2008.

The new sculpture has been added near the entrance to the garden's visitor's center. The sculpture features large cobalt blue pots with teardrop-shaped glass flowers mounted on copper tubes.

The sculpture was created by artists from One Eared Cow Glass.

IF YOU GO

WHAT: Dedication of the art sculpture honoring Margot Rochester

WHERE: Enter the garden through the Seminole Drive entrance in West Columbia. Gather in the Riverbanks Botanical Garden at the tram entrance to the visitor's center.

WHEN: 6 p.m. Thursday

RSVP: By Monday to Susan Fedor, fedorsc@bellsouth.net, (803) 782-3653; or Sharon Thompson, sharonfthompson@gmail.com

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