Just wanted to say what an entertaining and informative night we had last night with our guest speaker Violeta Zalac on succulents. She was natural and funny and very passionate about her succulents and their “babies”. Thanks Violeta, it was a fun evening.
Jose and Graham Elsegood
The next Club Meeting is to be held next Monday, November 16, 2015 at the Senior Citizens Hall starting at 7:30PM.
The guest Speaker is from Sproutwell Greenhouses.
The current membership stands at 135 however there are a few of last year’s members that still have not renewed their membership. You are encouraged to do so; if you are not sure if you have paid this year’s subs please contact our Treasurer Ros Bodin on 59669590.
The November Garden Walk will be at the home of Marcia Tesoriero, 15 Douglas Parade, Don Valley.
Evening Garden Walk commencing at 5:30pm. BYO everything except tea and coffee.
Don’t forget that the last chances you have to register for the Christmas Function on December 14 are either at the next Club Meeting or at the latest at the following garden walk. The cost for members is $20 and non-members $25.
The first members draw will take place at the Christmas function with the draw prize being $50 cash. To be eligible to win this prize you first must be a financial member and secondly you must be present when the draw takes place. If there is no winner on the night the prize jackpots to $100 at the next meeting. So be in it to win it.
It’s that time of year again when our gardens have become green with spring leaves. Amongst the leaves are precious fragile blooms.
You are invited to be both contributor and judge at tonight’s annual Spring Flower Show. For those wanting to play a part in the competition, please bring your exhibits soon after 6:30pm to our meeting place, Senior Citizens Hall in Warburton. From 7:30pm members will become judges so bring pens to help cast your votes.
See you then and, bring a prospective member along with you.
Here are some photos of Jenny’s recent trip to South America
The homes on the floating island on Lake Titicaca have a floor of reeds at least a meter think. Walking on them feels a bit spongy but the floor is dry. Every year or so they cut more reeds & add to it. The root of these reeds floats like a cork.
Be at Macchu Pichu on the 21st of June to enjoy the winter solstice. The rising sun will shine thru a ‘window’ space in the wall forming a triangle of sunlight on the opposite wall.
Not a nail/glue is used on all these walls…just stone on stone – quite clever really and everything is lined up with the peaks, sun & moon.