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Scheduled Events

2019 Calendar

Dues $15.00/year or $5.00/event as guest

We welcome new members and look forward to seeing you at one of our future meetings! We have monthly speakers on a variety of gardening topics. We are also the caretakers of the Monet Garden and invite you to be a garden helper. Please click here for a new membership or to renew an existing membership.

 

May 7-11 - Tulip Time trip during the second week of May. 


May 20 – Our main event for spring is the meeting at the Monet Garden, 470 W. Clay Street where we will officially open and begin planting at the Monet Garden. We bring in flats of annuals to add a splash of color until all
the perennial flowers fill in. We start at 4 PM until roughly 7:30 PM and you may come when you wish during those times. Bring your own hand tools, kneeling pad, gloves and water. There is also a finger food potluck that begins at 6 PM, so bring an item to pass (fresh bread/butter, snack foods, anything finger food friendly!) and your table setting. This is traditionally a very fun evening in the garden, so don't miss it!


June 24 – at the Spring Lake Public Library, 123 E. Exchange Street, Clarence Falstad on Shade Gardening. Potluck starts at 6 PM. If you wish to join us, bring a dish to pass, your beverage, and table setting. Program starts at 6:45.


July 22 – at Sodini Blueberry Farm, 2345 N. Weber Road, North Muskegon, in the event of rain, this meeting will be cancelled, so let’s hope for fair weather. Outdoor potluck starts at 6 PM, if you wish to join us, bring a dish to pass, your beverage, and table setting. Program begins at 6:45 PM.


August 26 - at Mellema Nursery, 5428 64th St., Fremont, Michigan, More details to come. If you wish to join us, bring a dish to pass, your beverage, and table setting. You are also invited to bring any extra veggies or fruit you have grown in your own garden for our attendees to take home. Program starts at 6:45.


September 23rd - at Hackley Public Library, Downtown Muskegon. Jane Hart, retired Food Safety Educator from MSUE, on how to properly dry the delicious garden foods you have grown. If you wish to join us, bring a dish to pass, your beverage, and table setting. You are also invited to bring any extra veggies or fruit you have grown in your own garden for our attendees to take home. Program starts at 6:45.


October 21 Meeting and Elections! – at Hackley Public Library in Downtown Muskegon. Meeting begins at 6 PM with Election of Officers and Awards for LGM. We will be showing a video of the beginning of the Monet Garden and give updates about all the renovations. Potluck starts at 6:00 pm for everyone. Please bring a dish to pass, your beverage, and table setting. This is our last meeting of the year!

 

 

Guests of members are welcome.  Please register with Susan Thorpe holbox@gmail.com prior to meetings.  For potlucks guests are asked to donate $5.00.