Garden Club of Taos

Monthly Newsletter

JUNE 2017


June is here.  We now look forward to a very active summer season.

George Miller, our May speaker, presented a very informative/beautifully photographed talk on “SAVE A PLACE FOR WILDLIFE”, capturing the essence of nature with the emphasis on preserving it. Thank you Judy Mangina for making your German “Hoe” available for purchase to our members. To those of you who brought plants for our Plant Exchange, “gracias”, and to those of you who adopted them, enjoy, enjoy. Dolly Peralta, once again, thank you for coordinating refreshments.

The Lilac Festival was a huge success thanks to the tireless efforts of Kathy Fortner and John Mayer. We all, too, benefited from Reggie Mosser’s coordination of our Los Jardineros Lilac Booth - filled with all kinds of goodies and activities. We thank Ace Hardware for donating the plants.

Our next meeting is Thursday, June 15, 2017, to be held at Taos Tennis in the Meeting Room starting at 9:30 am. Sheila Ross, Taos Floral Design, will be our speaker.  During refreshments the vendor, arranged by Teppie Woolley, will be Dryland Wilds - purveyors of fine soaps, balms and botanical perfumes from the wilds of New Mexico. Our next meeting at Taos Tennis will be Thursday, September
21st - after our 2017 GARDEN & HOME TOUR.

Our next field trip is Saturday, July 8th to visit the beautiful private garden of Lori Priest here in Taos.  Details will be forthcoming or check our website.

Our MEMBERS ONLY TOUR is Thursday, July 13th to visit homes in the Country Club area, the new gardens at the Taos University of New Mexico campus, followed by a no host lunch at the Country Club.  More details will be emailed or mailed to each member around July 1st.

Saturday, August 5th is our annual 2017 GARDEN & HOME TOUR. Heidi Smith, Tour Chairman, will be giving forthcoming details and Nancy Johnson will issue posters at our meeting June 15th.

AFTER TOUR PARTY Sunday, August 13th, for everyone that worked, members or nonmembers, will be held at the Fechin Art Museum; more details will be forthcoming.

Meg Greenwood, President

Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos

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