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Wine tasting and Food Pairing at our January Meeting

Wine tasting and Food Pairing at our January Meeting

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.  […]

Check out what's happening in the Garden in January

Check out what’s happening in the Garden in January

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, […]

It was a Silver and Gold Holiday Tea

It was a Silver and Gold Holiday Tea

A beautiful day and a beautiful home made for a sparkling afternoon.  Members enjoyed tea, prosecco and fabulous treats in the lovely home of Kim Peterson.  Jennifer Barron and Laura Winslow lead their hostess team for this wonderful and extremely pretty event.  The silver and gold theme so perfectly fit the house.  Everyone enjoyed themselves […]

November General Meeting with Frank Billingsley

November General Meeting with Frank Billingsley

Members enjoyed our favorite weatherman tell his fascinating story of finding his birth parents.  Members visited with Frank following the presentation as well as munching on delicious treats. 

The Flowers were blooming at Pinot's Palette

The Flowers were blooming at Pinot’s Palette

Garden Club members were treated to a special morning on October 23rd at Pinot’s Palette.  Thanks to the team of Liz Deaton and Jackie Wygant members had “the best ever quiche”, fruit skewers, parfaits and wonderful beverages before sitting down at the easels to create a lovely garden- themed painting.  Some of us are artists […]

The inspirational Jim McIngvale speaks at the first meeting of the year

The inspirational Jim McIngvale speaks at the first meeting of the year

The October meeting of Tanglewood Garden Club was fortunate to have the inspirational and ever-popular Jim McIngvale speak to us on October 13th.  Mr. McIngvale is ever so much what you see and he can surely captivate an audience. gvale.   He spoke about his Hurricane Harvey involvement as well as his Community Centers and Trade Schools […]

October Horticulture Report

October Horticulture Report

Horticulture Chair, Michele Weathington reports: October is the time to compost, so add to your current pile or create one.  Clean out all the dead stuff from your garden and flower beds including leaves and put it in your composter. Plant trees, shrubs, rose bushes, and perennials.  Planting now will ensure better survival this coming […]

A great start to the Tanglewood Garden Club Year

A great start to the Tanglewood Garden Club Year

Tuesday, September 25th Tanglewood Garden Club kicked off the year with the Fall Coffee held in the beautiful home of Megan Lovoi.  Thanks to Megan and Jan Nieland and their Hostess committee, Garden Club members and friends enjoyed great conversation and delicious food.  Members met guests and were able to sign up for the Fall […]

Spring Luncheon-A Magical Day to end the Year!

Spring Luncheon-A Magical Day to end the Year!

What a fun time we had at the Spring Luncheon on April 17th.  Jessie Kardys presentation was both fun and informative on the Art of the Gown.  Members and guests enjoyed a shopping prior to the luncheon and visiting the Hall of Gowns.  We could go on but pictures tell it all.

Tanglewood Garden Club goes to Ft. Worth

Tanglewood Garden Club goes to Ft. Worth

Garden Club members are enjoyed a fun trip to Ft. Worth.  We lunched at The Bird-which is the oldest building in the city,  took a walking tour of historic downtown and had a fabulous dinner at Reata.  We enjoyed the Fort Worth Museums, Botanical Gardens, Historical Cattle Barons’ Homes and the Stockyards.  No trip to […]