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The 2023 annual Garden Walk and Unique Boutique event is the primary fundraiser for the AHGC with proceeds supporting our many community, educational and environmental programs.

Special Thanks to our 2023 Sponsors and Supporters

Platinum Sponsor


Hawthorn Gardens Garden & Gift Store

24481 N. Old McHenry Road
Hawthorn Woods, IL 60047


Located on the SW corner of Old McHenry and Quentin


Phone: 847-726-0627

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Platinum Sponsor

Rooney Landscape, Inc.
44 Vermont Street
Palatine, 60067


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Platinum Sponsor

DelBoccio Marchetti Group
31 S Evergreen Avenue
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

Phone: 847-495-2510

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Platinum Sponsor

Village Bank & Trust

234 W. Northwest Hwy.
Arlington Heights. IL 60004

Phone: 847-670-1000


Gold Sponsor

Drost Kivlahan McMahon & O'Connor LLC


11 South Dunton Avenue

Arlington Heights, IL  60005

Office: 847-577-2227

Fax: 847-577-2204



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Gold Sponsor


HORNBAKER Garden's Inc.

22937 County Rd 1140 N

Princeton, IL 61356


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Silver Sponsor

The Davey Tree Expert Company 

2371 S Foster Ave

Wheeling, IL 60090

Office: 847-394-3903

Fax: 847-394.3376

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Silver Sponsor


Emerald Lawn Care 

3890 Industrial Ave

Rolling Meadows, IL 60008

(847) 392-7097

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Silver Sponsor


Monart Drawing Studio

628 S. Arthur Avenue

Arlington Heights, IL 60005


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Silver Sponsor

302 W. Northwest Highway
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056



Silver Sponsor

Lola's Pizza Palace & Tiki Bar

1612 E Rand Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004


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Friends of Arlington Heights Garden Club

Arlington Heights Historical Museum

The Arlington Heights Historical Museum is a cooperative effort between the Arlington Heights Historical Society, Village of Arlington Heights, and the Arlington Heights Park District. The museum campus is a two-acre, five building complex that tells the story of suburban America through the lens of Arlington Heights. The Museum offers adult and youth programming, summer camps, a rotating exhibit space, special events, and the 150 year old local favorite Arlington Club soda.  For more information on the museum campus, programs or room rentals, visit

Our Vendors

We thank our Vendors that are participating in the 2023 Unique Boutique and encourage you to visit their websites

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