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Nobleton & King City Garden Club

WELCOME!

2018 Garden Tour

Garden Tour 2018 Sponsors

David & Lisa Kaczmarek   -  Poster Design & Printing



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GARDEN TOUR 2018 VIDEO

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Welcome to the Nobleton & King City Garden Club

Founded in 1958, N&KCGC is celebrating it's 60th Anniversary in 2018. If you love gardening or want to learn more about Canada's top hobby, please join us. Have an evening of fun and learning. Expand your knowledge and increase your skills with interesting speakers, demonstrations and hands on experience. Spend time with others who love nature and growth. We invite everyone, beginners, experienced gardeners and anywhere in-between, to join us.

 

Our monthly meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month March to October. (except May, see events calendar). We meet on the lower level of The Women's Institute Building (Nobleton Community Hall) 19 Old King Rd., Nobleton. (Hwy 27 & King). Doors open at 7:00p.m. Meetings start at 8:00p.m. (Please see the MEETINGS section for upcoming speakers and events for 2018)

Annual General Meeting: November 26th, 6:00p.m. on the lower level of The Women's Institute Building.

Annual membership is $20.00 for individuals or $30.00 for two members in the same family. Non-member fee is $5 for the monthly meetings, $3 if you are a member of another society (with membership card).

GUESTS ALWAYS WELCOME!

For information contact us at nobletonkingcitygardenclub@gmail.com

 

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                                                EVENTS FOR 2019 

Monday March 25th

A visual and Auditory Experience of Plants

Oli Ullmann & Allessandra Morassutti

Beyond their obvious beauty, plants communicate and emanate vibrational energy that positively affects​ ​everything around them. Oli’s slideshow of vibrational photography, artfully capturing the typically unseen subtle frequencies, will be complimented with plant music. Allessandra will demonstrate an ingenious device that translates the electrical energy of plants into musical notes.

NO FLOWER SHOW


Monday April 29th

Spring planting, dividing and sharing

Extremely knowledgeable and experienced club members Jules and Barb will answer questions and demonstrate how to plant seeds and bulbs, ways to divide and share garden perennial and indoor plants.

FLOWER SHOW (look under Meeting tab, Program for info)

Monday May 27th

A GROWING interest in CANNABIS

An educational presentation on Cannabis the plant. Answers to questions like Where do you legally get seeds? How is it grown and harvested? Michelle Davis will give us the full spectrum: Legislation, legalization and access, information to support safe and responsible use and an introduction to its many forms including CBD, therapeutic and medical cannabis. It's sure to be an interesting evening.  19yrs+

FLOWER SHOW (look under Meeting tab, Program for info)

Monday June 24th

Healing Flowers and Herbs

Heather Blahut will introduce us to healing plants in the garden and countryside and show us how to infuse oils with herbs and flowers for healing, beauty and culinary uses. Natural skin care available to purchase.

FLOWER SHOW (look under Meeting tab, Program for info)

Thursday Aug 22nd

Member event  guest subject to space available

Two generations of gardening. 10 acre property. Garden tour of Mums gardens with various aspects and interesting perennials. Jess’s cutting garden. Tea & refreshments on the covered porch as we each make our own mason jar floral arrangements to take home.


Monday Sept 23th

Botanical Dyeing & Printing

Grace will demonstrate and explain dyeing and printing techniques using plants and flowers and show us how she’s turned them into home décor, pretty ribbons for bridal bouquets, one of a kind silk scarves and stationary.  View and purchase pieces you like.

FLOWER SHOW (look under Meeting tab, Program for info)

Monday Oct 28rd

Bees Love Trees

Learn about native and non-native trees and their special relationship with pollinators. How we can support our native bees in more ways than flowering annuals, perennials and wild flowers. Trees and flowering shrubs produce hundreds of pollen-laden flowers on just one plant! Find out which native trees our native bees love most. Pick up free handouts and purchase local honey.

FLOWER SHOW  TBD


Monday Nov 25th

AGM & Potluck Dinner

Garden Club Retropective Video and Awards Evening.

Networking/Conversation, Guests of honour , AGM Business


 

DON'T MISS UPCOMING MEETINGS
by Kelly Lavis


DON' MISS OUR UPCOMING SPEAKERS

WE HAVE INTERESTING AND VARIOUS SUBJECTS

FIRST MEETING OF THE YEAR WILL BE ON

MONDAY, MARCH 25TH, 2019

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Last Updated: 2019-02-27