Our Coloring Books

All Hallows Guild has produced several coloring books – enjoyed by both children and adults. For our Centennial Celebration in 2016 we created Color the Cathedral Close in collaboration with the Botanical Art Society of the National Capital Region. In 2017 we reissued an updated version of the Carousel Coloring Book with artwork by Barbara (Babs) Gaillard McNear.

We were preparing to issue the Into the Woods coloring book at Flower Mart 2020 – as part of our celebration of the Olmsted Woods. Due to the pandemic, Flower Mart 2020 and Flower Mart 2021 were cancelled. When Flower Mart returns (in 2022) we plan to have the Woods coloring book available for distribution.

Use the links below to download and print pages from our coloring books. We would love to see your finished work, so post it on social media and tag us @allhallowsguild


Hellebore – Lenten Rose

Hellebore, or Lenten Rose, blooms in late winter and early spring. It can be found in the Bishop’s Garden along the Norman Walk, in the borders of the Bishop’s Lawn, in the Nitze and Prodigal Son Gardens, and around Church House.

Image by Cynthia McCormick, courtesy of the Botanical Art Society of the National Capital Regionwww.basncr.org


Color the Olmsted Woods

We had planned to introduce our new “Into the Woods” coloring book at Flower Mart 2020. It celebrates the Olmsted Woods – the five-acre woodland on the grounds of Washington National Cathedral. For now you can get a sneak peek at the book by downloading a page. We plan to formally issue the full coloring book at our next Flower Mart.

WHO WE ARE

All Hallows Guild was founded in 1916 to provide for the care and beautification of the grounds of Washington National Cathedral. The Guild works closely with the horticultural staff to preserve this historic landscape and raises funds for renovation and renewal of the gardens.

CONTACT US

  • (202) 537-2937
  • (202) 537-2321
  • ahg@allhallowsguild.org
  • 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Washington, DC 20016

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