Lebanon Garden Club Meetings – 2017/2018 Fiscal Year

 

October 16th  2017, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Dena Williams, Sylvia Woods, Connie Schmidt, Linda Boyd

Program:TBA

 

 November 20th.,  2017, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Linda Boyd, Ailene Eby, Carol Tortstrom

 

 Program: TBA

 

December 18th  2017, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Charlotte Mueller, Carol McGlauflin, Diane Roth

Program: TBA

 

 January 16th  2018, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Sharon Swoverland, Ester Hillary, Beth Moyer

               

Program: TBA

 

 

February 19th  2018, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Donna Deacon, Maggie Hash, Marylee Howell

 

Program: TBA

 

 

March 19th  2018, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses and Host: Renata Stanko, Denese Oster Hames, Wendy Nilsen

               

Program: TBA

 

April 16th  2018, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses:  Kiamichi Isham, Georgiann Coakley, Carol Torstrom

 

Program: Who, What When, Where Why on Herbs, Our Illustrious member, Renata Stanko , who is an award winning cooking contestant will give us an overview of what Herbs to plant, when to plant, where to plant and why to cook with Herbs.

 

May 21st,  2018, Monday at Noon

The Santiam Place, 139 S. Main St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Linda Ziedrich, Andrea Bower, Donna Swank

               

Program: Native Plansts of The Pacific NW. If April Showers bring May flowers what do May flowers bring? Esther McEvoy owner of Willamette Nursery in Corvallis is a local landscape designer, who will tell us ways to intermingle native perennials and shrubs in your landscape design, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden through plant selection. Many native plants provide food and shelter for a great diversity of our native wildlife. It is important to plant native plants in your garden or landscape projects because native plants are disappearing due to urbanization, cultivation, road contruction, herbicides and invasive alien plant species. Ester also provides most of the native plants for Native Plant Society spring garden sale from her nursery.

 

  

June 18th  2018, Monday at Noon

Home of Sharon Swoverland, 2360 S. 5th St. Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Sharon Swoverland, Carol McGlauflin, Cindy Ongers

               

Program: Craft Workshop, Kendra Otta will bring an interesting and unusual craft for us to do. We will decorate 4" tiles with ink and alcohol (not the drinking kind) to make yourself a set of coasters. $5 fee for materials. Wear an apron or wear old clother as the ink will stain. (Please bring correct change)

 

July 16th  2018, Monday at Noon

Home of Lynn Neuman, 880 Tangent St. Lebanon Oregon

 

Hostesses: Karen Stallman, Ailene Eby, Carol McGlauflin

               

Program: Moon Gardens, Unwind in the latter part of the day and experience the out doors in a new dimension, under the moon's glow at the home of our member Lynn Ne;uman. A great way to enjoy white or light colored night blooming plants. Creat a warm and radiant moon garden by adding light colored rocks or stepping stones. Illuminate your gard with the soft glow of candles or string lighting. Bethany Hagen of Thyme Garden Nursery in Alsea will teach us about plants, history and folklore of Moon Gardens.

 

 

August 20th 2018, Monday at Noon

Donna Townsends Home, 38290 River Drive, Lebanon Oregon

Hostesses: Donna Townsend, Betty Gentry-McCown, Charlotte Mueller

               

Program: A Garden is A Grand Teacher, Meeting will be at our member Donna Townsend's amazing property with her as she educates us on the varied plants she raises. An avid Garderner, Donna also raises daffodils and is a Daffodil Judge and belongs to the Oregon Daffodil Society. She is known as the Daffodil lady of Lebanon. This time of year you will also be able to view her amazing Dahlieas as well as her farm to table vegetable garden

 

 

 

September 17th  2017, Monday at Noon

Trudie Bason's Home, Timeless Gardens Nursery 33527 Brewster, Lebanon

Hostesses:  Trudie Bason, Joli Root Elsie Kuenzli

               

Program: Our Club President, Trudie Bason will host us at her home as we have a member participation program, "All About Us". Bring pictures of your garden, flowers, trips or grandkids. Write about something interesting or design a storyboard about what you have seen or experienced this year so you can share. This is a great way to get to know your fellow  garden club friends