Fun, food, education hallmarks of garden club meeting

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Garden Club recently hosted the Ontario Garden Clubs’ fall meeting. In the tradition of the clubs, the meeting was a combination of fun, food, discussion and education. Some 110 members representing 12 different Ontario clubs attended.

Guest speaker Belinda Gallagher, head of horticulture at the Royal Botanical Gardens, provided an educational and entertaining talk on taking the mystery out of flower arranging. Gallagher motivates even the most experienced arrangers to stretch themselves, develop and continue to create.

Each club has special projects, and the Ancaster Club used the opportunity to announce a $1,000 contribution toward the purchase of an in-ground sprinkler system for Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum.

Anyone interested in more information should call Patricia at 905-304-9696.

Fun, food, education hallmarks of garden club meeting

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Garden Club recently hosted the Ontario Garden Clubs’ fall meeting. In the tradition of the clubs, the meeting was a combination of fun, food, discussion and education. Some 110 members representing 12 different Ontario clubs attended.

Guest speaker Belinda Gallagher, head of horticulture at the Royal Botanical Gardens, provided an educational and entertaining talk on taking the mystery out of flower arranging. Gallagher motivates even the most experienced arrangers to stretch themselves, develop and continue to create.

Each club has special projects, and the Ancaster Club used the opportunity to announce a $1,000 contribution toward the purchase of an in-ground sprinkler system for Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum.

Anyone interested in more information should call Patricia at 905-304-9696.

Fun, food, education hallmarks of garden club meeting

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Garden Club recently hosted the Ontario Garden Clubs’ fall meeting. In the tradition of the clubs, the meeting was a combination of fun, food, discussion and education. Some 110 members representing 12 different Ontario clubs attended.

Guest speaker Belinda Gallagher, head of horticulture at the Royal Botanical Gardens, provided an educational and entertaining talk on taking the mystery out of flower arranging. Gallagher motivates even the most experienced arrangers to stretch themselves, develop and continue to create.

Each club has special projects, and the Ancaster Club used the opportunity to announce a $1,000 contribution toward the purchase of an in-ground sprinkler system for Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum.

Anyone interested in more information should call Patricia at 905-304-9696.