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November Garden Club Meeting
Preparing the Thanksgiving Table
Thursday, November 2nd
7 pm
Lebanon’s Visitor’s Center
 
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Past Meetings
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October
 Hard Shelled Gourds
Drying, Cleaning, Crafting
 Guest Speaker – Phyllis Kunz
Thursday, October 5th
 7:00 pm
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September
Garden to Table Social
Home of Duane Olson and Brenda Boudreau 
 

Potluck Social.  If you would like, bring a dish to share that highlights a vegetable and/or herb from your garden (farmer’s markets are fine too!) along with a recipe. We will follow our socializing with a short business meeting.

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August 
 The August Garden Club meeting will be a trip to Missouri Botanical Gardens on Thursday August 3rd.  It will be a special treat to see The Garden of Glass, the art of Craig Mitchell Smith in the Climatron.  During this special event they will have light snacks and drinks for purchase, and live music.  You can even create your own glass souvenir for an additional fee. Doors to the gardens open at 7, we will try to get tickets for the Climatron glass display at 8, the garden stays open till 11pm.  Tickets are $16 each and they are NON REFUNDABLE.
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July

!!New Garden Club Meeting Location!!

on Thursday, July 6

at

Lebanon Visitors Center

221 West St. Louis Street

 (downstairs in community room)

Program Begins at 7:00 PM

Topic:  

True Love and Homegrown Tomatoes

 

Speaker:  PattyTaylor, Master Gardener

On Thursday, July 6, Master Gardener Patty Taylor will talk about one of her specialities–tomatoes!  Whether you are a seasoned gardner  or a new gardener, tomatoes are sometimes the most easy vegetable to grow or sometimes the most challenging given variables in the soil, weather, and environment.  We invite everyone who has questions about how to deal with The Bad of tomato gardening:  pests,  blossom end rot, wilt  or The Good: how to maximize yields or how to keep plants healthy, Patty will offer her advice based on many years of experience and highly successful tomato gardening!

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June

Our June Garden Club Meeting was on Thursday, June 1.
We took a road trip to Maryville, IL for a tour of a private garden.

And stopped at Bobby’s Frozen Custard on the way home.


A good time was had by all!
A big thank you to our hosts!

The Garden Club of Lebanon
Keepers of the Mermaid Inn Gardens
114 East St. Louis Street
Lebanon, Il 62254

A Fun Growing Club