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                                     2018-2019 CLUB CALENDAR

September 26, 2018—Together Again
We open our meeting year on Thursday, September 26, 2018 10:30 am at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church , 10701 Old Georgetown Road, North Bethesda. Come with stories of your garden adventures and misadventures over the past summer. If you’ve grown plants new to you that you fell in love with and that thrived in your garden plot, please share their names. And if you have a broken heart over hard work and expense that came to nothing, we can sympathize and perhaps learn not to plant that particular non-performer in our own plots. So join us on Thursday  and tell all…it’ll be fun!
Salad lunch 

October 24, 2018—   Marianne Willburn
Marianne Willburn is a popular garden blogger and garden columnist. Her topic will be foraging.
Bring a sandwich to share

November 28, 2018— Carol Allen
Carol Allen, a dynamic speaker, has delivered many talks at Behnke’s over the years and teaches at the University of Maryland. She will talk about shrubs in the garden.
Hot lunch

December 12, 2018—Holiday Greens Workshop 10:30 am
December 12 finds us in the midst of fragrant evergreen branches, dried seed heads, twigs and berries brought from members’ gardens for our annual greens workshop where we construct small seasonal arrangements for local hospitals, shelters and assisted living facilities.

Hot soup lunch

January 23, 2019 – Dean Norton
Dean Norton is with Mt. Vernon and will share his knowledge of the plants there.
Sandwich  lunch

February 27, 2019— Bevan Shimizu
His topic will be Japanese Gardens.
Soup lunch

March 27, 2019— TBA

Sandwich  lunch

April 24, 2019— TBA

Hot lunch

May 2019—Annual Plant Sale  7 am – 1 pm
Nina Stark-Slapnik, Barbara Collier,  Kay Hager,
Elaine Hope Karin Kelleher, Candy Kessel, Carol Meyers, Marilyn Tenenbaum, Judy Termini
The plant sale, held from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine, at the Montgomery Farm Women’s Cooperative Market in Bethesda, is eagerly anticipated by local gardeners and members alike. It provides a great service as a source for locally grown plants that will almost certainly flourish in our neighborhood gardens. Start thinking now about getting some plants from your yard ready for our annual fundraiser.

June 2019 —Club Picnic  TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 


 


 


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Club Members create arrangements at the Annual Greens Workshop