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September 15, 2018  
CHINGUACOUSY: 44th Annual Flower Show

Chinguacousy Garden Club
 CHINGUACOUSY: 44th Annual Flower Show

Chinguacousy Garden Club

Theme: Music Through the Ages

Start Date: September 15, 2018
End Date: September 15, 2018
Time: 02:00pm to 04:00pm
Location: Bramalea Retirement Residence 30 Peel Centre Drive
Brampton,  ON
Contact: Toni
Contact Phone: (905) 459-1592
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Contact Email: chinguacousygc@hotmail.ca
URL: www.gardenontario.org/site/php/ching

September 24, 2018  
Nobleton & King City Garden Club - FALL HOME ENTRANCE DESIGN

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society
 Nobleton & King City Garden Club - FALL HOME ENTRANCE DESIGN

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society

Join us for a creative workshop where you'll learn some simple design techniques and principles to create your own masterpiece to dress your home's entrance for the season. RSVP required. $20 fee for non-members.

Start Date: September 24, 2018
End Date: September 24, 2018
Time: 08:00pm to 09:00pm
Location: Nobleton Community Hall 19 Old King Road
Nobleton,  ON
Contact: Kelly Lavis & Lucille King
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Contact Email: nobletonkingcitygardenclub@gmail.com
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September 25, 2018  
Cassie Weston at Schomberg Horticultural Society

Schomberg Horticultual Society
 Cassie Weston at Schomberg Horticultural Society

Schomberg Horticultual Society

"Invasive Species" - Cassie Weston Cassie Weston is an Invasive Species Community Outreach Liaison, working with The Bruce Trail Conservancy and the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH). “Invasive species pose a threat to the ecological integrity of the Bruce Trail,” Weston said. “It is important to take preventative measures to limit the impact of invasive species on this beautiful trail system.” Flowershow, social time after presentation.

Start Date: September 25, 2018
End Date: September 25, 2018
Time: 07:am to 00:pm
Location: Community Hall, 325 Main Street
Schomberg,  ON
Contact: Jill Watts Hayward
Contact Phone: 905-939-2781
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: haywatts@yahoo.com
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October 2, 2018  
Richmond Hill: Edible Native Plants, City Farmer by Lorraine Johnson

Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society
 Richmond Hill: Edible Native Plants, City Farmer by Lorraine Johnson

Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society

SPEAKER TOPIC: Author Lorraine Johnson’s presentation will focus on native plants that are both beautiful and delicious, providing food for us, as well as for local wildlife like birds and insect pollinators. No doubt, some of the profiled plants will be a surprise – for instance, one fruit native to Ontario looks like a mango and tastes like a banana. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: A Past President of the North American Native Plant Society, Lorraine Johnson is the author of more than ten books on native plant gardening, urban agriculture and environmental issues, including City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food Growing, and the recently republished 100 Easy-to-Grow Native Plants for Canadian Gardens. Following the presentation, meeting attendees will have the opportunity to purchase some of Lorraine’s books. ATTENDANCE is free to members, $5 for visitors and guests.

Start Date: October 2, 2018
End Date: October 2, 2018
Time: 07:30pm to 09:30pm
Location: McConaghy Seniors Centre 10100 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill,  ON
Contact: see society website
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URL: www.RichmondHillGardenSociety.org

October 22, 2018  
OLI ULLMANN - Vibrational Photography Slide Show

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society
 OLI ULLMANN - Vibrational Photography Slide Show

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society

Using special lenses and tools, Oli has artfully captured what are typically unseen subtle frequencies of plants. Beyond their obvious beauty, plants communicate and emanate a vibrational energy matrix, positively affecting everyone and everything in their environment. Join us for this unique and captivating slide show explained with Oli's stories and learning in the making.

Start Date: October 22, 2018
End Date: October 22, 2018
Time: 8:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Nobleton Community Hall 19 Old King Road
Nobleton,  ON
Contact: Kelly Lavis & Lucille King
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Contact Email: nobletonkingcitygardenclub@gmail.com
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October 23, 2018  
Dan Short of Sheridan Nursery at Schomberg Horticultural Society

Schomberg Horticultual Society
 Dan Short of Sheridan Nursery at Schomberg Horticultural Society

Schomberg Horticultual Society

"Emerging Trends" - Dan Short Dan has over 40 years of experience in public practice and industry including 2 years in the tax department of an international chartered accountant firm and 10 years as CFO of a large telemarketing firm and multi-million dollar real estate companies. Dan has also been a partner in two medium sized CA firms specializing in wholesale importers, real estate and U.S. and Canadian tax situations. Dan earned his CA designation in 1974 and joined the firm as partner in 2012. Flowershow, social time after presentation

Start Date: October 23, 2018
End Date: October 23, 2018
Time: 07:30pm to 09:00pm
Location: Community Hall, 325 Main Street
s,  ON
Contact: Jill Watts Hayward
Contact Phone: 905-939-2781
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: haywatts@yahoo.com
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November 6, 2018  
Richmond Hill: Invasive Plants by Colin Cassin

Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society
 Richmond Hill: Invasive Plants by Colin Cassin

Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society

SPEAKER TOPIC: Grow Me Instead Program Manager Colin Cassin will introduce us to native plant alternatives to a number of invasive plants that escape the borders of our gardens and then thrive in nearby natural areas. As well, he will share best practices for removing invasive plants such as dog-strangling vine, garlic mustard and Phragmites. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Colin Cassin is the Coordinator of the Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC), managing programs such as Grow Me Instead, which encourages the use of non-invasive alternative to commonly used invasive horticultural species. ATTENDANCE is free to members, $5 for visitors and guests.

Start Date: November 6, 2018
End Date: November 6, 2018
Time: 07:30pm to 09:30pm
Location: McConaghy Seniors Centre 10100 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill,  ON
Contact: see society website
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URL: www.RichmondHillGardenSociety.org

November 26, 2018  
NOBLETON & KING CITY GARDEN CLUB - AGM

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society
 NOBLETON & KING CITY GARDEN CLUB - AGM

Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society

Annual General Meeting, PotLuck Social, Awards Night and past year in retrospect.

Start Date: November 26, 2018
End Date: November 26, 2018
Time: 06:00pm to 09:00pm
Location: Nobleton Community Hall 19 Old King Road
Nobleton,  ON
Contact: Kelly Lavis & Lucille King
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Contact Email: nobletonkingcitygardenclub@gmail.com
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Last Updated: 2017-09-05