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                  Idyllwild Garden Club
      
Discovering the Joy of Mountain Gardening

                    Partially Supported Through the Generosity of the              
            Idyllwild Community Fund and the Pine Cove Water District



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Our next meeting will be Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016.  Bring a guest because Deborah Geisinger will be presenting information on understanding how to take care of trees, why some trees have problems and how to keep your trees healthy.
Be sure to bring a side dish to share and PLEASE arrive by 12 noon so we have all of the side dishes there when we start serving.
Come early to get a good seat as we are inviting the public to join us.

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 Important information on the Gold Spotted Oak Borer CLICK HERE

 
2016: THE YEAR OF THE VOLUNTEER
 

2016 EVENTS & MEETINGS PLANNED 
For more information, or to register, go to calendar
(or call Toni at 951-659-2907)
  

Board Mtgs.(Members are welcome to attend)-10am-Mile High Café
 Dec 15, Jan 19,Feb 16, Mar 15, Apr 19, May 17, Jun 21, Jul 19, Aug 16, Sep 20, Oct 18, Nov 15, Dec 20 
 
General Meetings - Potlucks - 12 noon - 54400 No. Circle
Presbyterian Comm. Church-Lower Level (except for July Picnic)
Speakers/Programs and details to be added when firmed up.
 
 
 Aug 2,12 noon -  Potluck A program by Deborah Geisinger on how to be a good steward to your trees.. time will be allowed for Q&A.
 
Sep 6, Potluck
 
Oct 4, Election, Potluck,
 
Nov 1, Potluck
 
Dec 6 - 12 noon , Holiday in the Pines Party, Members and guests. Collection of  funds for the Christmas family and food for the pantry at the Help Center
 

 

 The following  ACTIVITIES are put on by the Garden Club to fulfill our Mission of Education and Beautification of our Community!  
 
      *Educational programs at our meetings
       *Work Parties to beautify our Village Garden at the Historical Museum  
        *Planting and tending flower barrels around town
         *Informational booths at Community events, (Lemon Lily Festival, Tree Lighting)
          *October  Discover Mtn. Gardening Program/Annual Bulb Sale