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.
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 […]
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 celebrated Mardi Gras with a Progressive Luncheon. Thanks to committee chair Sharon Mowry for organizing three committees: Appetizer, Main Course and Dessert. Appetizers chaired by Jackie Wygant and Gail Branca started the day off at the home of Cindy Gatewood. Main Course followed at the home of Lisa Riney and was chaired […]
What a wonderful November meeting with the presentation by Chef Soren Pederson on fresh local fare for the Holidays. Thanks to our Vice President, Kristi Breaux for planning such a fun program. Refreshments were provided by Jan Nieland and her fabulous committee: Ann Ford, Cathey Meagher, Blanche Morello, Barbara Rizzo, Kristine Solberg, Tina Raham Stewart, […]
Dogs walked the red carpet as guests of the Park watched. This event is held to create a community spirit in Tanglewood Park. This event was sponsored by Tanglewood Garden Club. We graciously thank the following Donors that support this event and the park. Trader Joe’s & Kathy Kennedy Burch Family Blake Family Pet Stop […]
Tanglewood was ready for Spring at our February 16th Progressive Luncheon. Tanglewood members and neighbors enjoyed visiting the homes of Elva Akin, Kay Theede and Liz Deaton. The Progressive Luncheon Committee, headed by Anne Elmer and Ann Ford, worked had to create wonderful treats in each of the homes. Floral centerpieces were created by Garden […]
Garden club members enjoyed a delightful program, Treasures of a Bygone Era, presented by Franz Hellwig of Gretna Louisiana. Members were able to bring in their treasures for viewing and appraisal. Of course no Garden Club meeting is complete without a beautiful table presentation and wonderful treats.
Thanks to chairs Betty DuBose and Carey Swan Garden Club members were treated to the visual beauty of Victor Costa’s gowns at the Appetizer home, hand-stitched christening gown and beautiful needlepoint Santa at the Entree home and great artwork from Garden Club members at the Dessert home. Besides the visual treats Garden Club members enjoyed […]