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Reminder: Call to Meeting!
This is the last meeting of our 2014 season.
Pot Luck Luncheon, Officers’ Elections and
White Elephant Grab Bag
Come out and socialize with your friends.
Bring your favorite dish to share and please bring a wrapped garden theme gift if you want to participate in our White Elephant Grab Bag.
Please consider volunteering for one of our offices. It’s not too much work and it is very rewarding!
Saturday 10/18 12:00 Noon
St. John’s Episcopal Church
3857 N Kostner Ave
See you Saturday!
The dual-use factory project is the latest part of a slow-but-steady interest in the Pullman Park site near 111th and the Bishop Ford Freeway, which is anchored by WalMart.
“Logan Square’s trees are facing a serious crisis, in two words: invasive species,” Larsen said. “A key to developing a diverse urban forest is an inventory.”
The Chicago Park District teamed with a local sculptor’s group to turn trees that were condemned into public art.
The weather report couldn’t be better for our annual
Irving Park Garden Club
Garden Walk and luncheon.
Gardens are open at 10:00 and the luncheon begins at 1:00
Be sure to bring a dish to share and cash to purchase a few gorgeous perennials from
Gethsemane Garden Center.
The map of the gardens is in your July newsletter.
See you tomorrow!
“A Night of Wine and Roses”
What’s the difference between “Old Roses” and “New Roses”?
How do I prune a climbing rose to get more flowers?
Do roses need fertilizers?
Come and listen to Rosarian Victoria Beal from Gethsemane
answer these questions and learn all about roses!
Thursday June 19th
7:00 – 9:00
St. John’s Eposcopal Church
3857 N. Kostner
Wine and Cheese will be served.
Come out for a night of “Wine and Roses”