Community 'Paints' for Special Needs & Seniors

At the Enchanted Garden, we created the "Paint the Pathway" initiative, whereby anyone could paint a paver (stepping stone) that would be placed as part of the entire walkway of the garden. And the community is joining in...

From high schools, to individuals, to local groups - all are participating. Here's just a few...

Happy Valley High School, Elizabethton, TN

Physical Therapy Services (Pediatrics), Johnson City TN (on our site)

Sandra Pierce and Celeste Buckles - at their home

You can join in too!

Here's 4 Ways to be part of 'Paint the Pathway' - an exciting, affordable and lasting legacy:

➡️ Small Groups* 'Paint the Pathway' Parties at OUR site

➡️ Local Groups* 'Paint the Pathway' Parties at YOUR site

➡️ Local Solo Painters

➡️ Sponsor A Painter

*Schools, Churches, Clubs, Friends, Organizations, Small Businesses, etc.

You can also make a donation - no amount is too small and as every $ goes a long way for these two often overlooked populations - Senior Citizens and Special Needs (any age).


The Enchanted Garden - ergonomically designed for and hosts classes, events and workshops specifically for the Special Needs and Senior Citizen population in our community.

Small Farming. Big Solutions.


A big thank you to Lowes and Superior Mulch, LLC of Blountville for their sponsorship of our COVID19 Response that provides free instructional videos from experts on raised-bed gardening.

▶︎ Watch it here - 'Starting to Thriving - Creating Your Own Raised-Bed Garden'

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