Thanks to Elva Akin and Liz Deaton for planning a fabulous trip to Charleston for Garden Club members. We toured Middleton Plantation, took a river tour on the Charles River, visited the City Market and Farmers’ Market and for sure dined on the “Best of Charleston” food. But the very best is enjoying being with […]
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Thanks to Elva Akin and Sureka Pai for all their hard work putting together the annual luncheon. Johnny Carrabba’s heartwarming talk on the beginning of Carrabbas and the importance of family in that journey made it a special day. Thanks to Liz Deaton and her team for the fabulous table decor which set the stage […]
Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Officers elected at our March General meeting: President: Lisa Riney Vice President: Jeanie Sweet Treasurer: Jackie Wygant Recording Secretary: Melaine Anderson Corresponding Secretary: Beverly Griffith It will be a great year with many exciting new plans. Look for your Membership Renewals in the mail soon. Following the election members heard a […]
Garden Club members should have received their invitations to our Annual Spring Luncheon on April 16 at Houston Country Club. The invitation and response card is posted on the Members-Only Section under Member Calendar.
Despite the cold temperatures on this Spring day in Houston, Garden Club members were treated to a delightful tour of the Museum of Fine Arts-Rienzi followed by lunch at State of Grace. Thanks to the thoughtful planning of Jackie Wygant and Liz Deaton-the day was perfect -full of inspiration, beauty and comaradery.
Each year Garden Club Past Presidents gather for a special lunch to visit, share stories and enjoy good food. The Past Presidents draw names to decide who will plan the luncheon the next year. This year Beverly Griffith did a wonderful job planning our day at Post Oak Grill. We had a great time with […]
The rain didn’t stop our Garden Club members from putting on their diamonds, denim and boots and heading over to Nancy Peiser’s beautiful home for the Appetizer course. Thanks to Appetizer chair, Jackie Wygant and committee members enjoyed the “Ranch-styled treats” as well as a little “Mornin’ Giddy-Up” served at the Watering Hole. Members scooted […]
Garden club members were treated to a very different program at our January meeting. Vice President, Lisa Riney, planned an experience for Garden Club members. Texas Wine School speaker, Trinet del Valle, took members through food pairings with four selected wines. Her expertise and Lisa Riney’s incredible food pairings made for a most enjoyable morning. […]
Tanglewood Garden Club January 2019 Horticulture Report New Year, New Garden! January is a great time to start your veggies from seed. Starting them indoor, or bringing them inside when weather is not optimal, will give them time to germinate before planting them into the garden once Spring arrives. Plant vegetables from transplants like broccoli, […]