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Upcoming Meetings

October 10 2024 11:30 am

Fall is for Planting; The October Garden

Speaker: Greg Gayton, of Green Acres Nursery & Supply | Matsuda's, producer of "I Dig Green Acres" Podcast and a California Certified Nursery Professional

Fall is for Planting; The October Garden

July 11 2024 11:30 am

Feng Shui Gardening

Speaker: Carol Bone', a retired High School Resource Specialist, has a Master of Arts in Education from UC San Bernadino, is a Master Gardener from UC Davis and has over 20 years experience as a Feng Shui Master.

Join us as Carol shares her love of this landscaping method, applying ancient skills of Chinese object placement to enhance positive Chi (life force energy) into one's living space through interior design and outside landscaping.

Feng Shui Gardening

June 13 2024 11:30 am

Annual English Tea Luncheon, Scholarship Presentation and President's Annual Report

No Speaker This Month. Scholarship Presentation and President Annual Report.

Annual English Tea Luncheon, Scholarship Presentation and President's Annual Report

May 9 2024 11:30 am

All About Irises

Speaker: Ted Hawkins is an avid iris grower, past President of the Ceres Garden Club, a Stanislaus County Master Gardener and an American Iris Society Judge.

The tall, beautiful iris, named after the Greek goddess who rode rainbows, comes in many magical colors. Despite its divine origins, this beautiful flower is rugged, reliable, and easy to grow. Learn to plant and care for irises for long-term success in your gardens and further attract butterflies and humming birds.

All About Irises

April 11 2024 11:30 am

San Joaquin Historical Museum History & Future Plans

Meeting to be held at Micke Grove Historical Museum
Speaker: Philp Merlo, is a graduate of UC Berkeley, who studied abroad in China then returned to San Joaquin County and taught history at Franklin High School in Stockton. Phillip became the Museum’s Director of Education in 2018 and now serves as Executive Director. Fun fact about Phillip, he speaks fluent Mandarin!

We're excited to hear about the current and future plans for this fascinating and valuable facility.

San Joaquin Historical Museum History & Future Plans
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