Zydeco Hepcats: Added Finale

The Taylor Conservatory Foundation added an encore to the finale of Music & Art in the Gardens 2020 summer concert series. Monsieur Guillaume and The Zydeco Hepcats, Detroit’s very own Zydeco band, will perform August 12th in the Gardens. The Hepcats are the ardent ambassadors for this fun, infectious style of music mixing an authentic Southwest Louisiana flavor with real Southeast Michigan grit to create their own signature sound called, “the wall of Zydeco.” Those fortunate souls who attended our Mardi Gras Bayou Bash @ Silvershores Waterfront in February 2020 will recall the great entertainment provided by the Hepcats. This show is brought to us by day sponsors James Herber and Alice Prusak. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Doors open at 5:30pm. $5 @ the door per person. Season Music passes are available now for purchase on the Music event page and at the front gate. We will practice social distancing and wear masks as required. The Conservatory has plenty of space to keep a safe social distance and ask that all of our patrons respect this practice while on the Conservatory grounds. All events are subject to the current Executive Order. Please bring your own lawn chair, sanitizer, mask, etc. and whatever you feel comfortable with to ensure the safety of yourself, your family and friends. The terrace is

reserved for dancing. Smoking nor vaping is permitted in the concert venue. A special thanks to title sponsors, Fritz Enterprises, Inc., Huron Valley Steel and the Fritz family. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you in the gardens.Laissez les bontemps rouler!


The Taylor Conservatory Foundation is excited to announce that we have allowed our Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens to be used by the City of Taylor for part of the Taylor Winterfest Blizzard of Oz.   

Beginning approximately November 5, our site will be closed off with temporary fencing to permit the set-up for this wonderful holiday event.  

See for ticket information.  We expect the temporary fencing to be removed in mid-January.


Whether you want to get your hands in the dirt, or stay clean and help out in our office, or a little of both, we have lots of things to do in the gardens and office.

We need volunteers of all skill levels!


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