The Weston Garden Club
Dear Garden Club Friends,
Is this fall or winter? I am not sure. I am sure it is cold, which means it is a perfect time to plant bulbs. If you haven't planted them yet, no worries as long as you get them in the ground before it freezes.
This month we have a lot of fun things in store for us, starting with a vertical garden workshop on November 8th. At our meeting on November 15th we have both a Sweet Tray competition and a floral design presentation by the wonderfully talented Andrea Little. This is a great time to bring a friend to the meeting to see some of our member's talents and to enjoy one of the fun and educational programs we have at our meetings.
Greens clipping will also take place later this month. If you haven't already please sign up for a cutting day and if you have been the head of a table on Green's Day in the past, please signup to lead a table. Don't forget to join us for lunch after clipping on the 30th.
Thank you all who participated in the 3 fundraisers we had in quick succession. The prosecco under the maple tree party was great fun. Many plants were adopted at our plant sale and the bulb sale was also a success. The funds raised will help pay for our programs, keep our membership dues from rising and fund our effort to get our historical data in order.
Please come back frequently as the website has great information which is easily accessible, we have photos to inspire you and a means to contact your garden club friends. See you soon.
Queen and President
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