Interested in hosting a private event in The Garden? You should do it! Over the last year we have held birthday parties, baby & bridal showers, and even a few weddings! It is a great space with beautiful scenery, that would be perfect for your next event.

To make a reservation request, please fill out the form below

Indemnification Agreement:
I agree on my own behalf and on behalf of my party to indemnify and defend the Garden Board, as well as its individual Board members, from any and all claims, damages, suits, actions, property damages, and/or personal injuries occurring in connection with the event, and/or arising from use of the Garden by me or any of the guests I invite and/or are otherwise present at the Garden during the time of my event, whether before or after the stated time of my reservation.  I recognize that the Garden Board does not insure me, my guests, or my property, and that I have the right to purchase my own insurance for my event, and that any insurance I purchase may cover me and my guests for any liabilities that occur in connection with my event or arising from any use of the Garden by me and my guests.

Once your request is confirmed, your confirmation email will be used as your contract, agreeing to the above terms. If you are requesting a reservation date less than 72 hours before your event, do not use this form, but rather e-mail

Deposit:  Please note, no security deposit is due until your reservation is confirmed by Crease Street Garden. A Garden representative will contact you to finalize the reservation. You may write a check payable to Friends of the Crease Street Garden, leaving your check at either 1223 Crease St or 228 E. Thompson St. (door on Crease Street). Alternatively, you may Venmo @creasestreetgarden.

All reservations will be displayed on our calendar below.

The official registration and financial information of Friends of Crease Street Garden may be obtained from Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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