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The Nanoose Garden Club Meetings
Where:  at the Nanoose Library Hall
When:  January-June & September-November on the first Friday of the month.  In December there is a Christmas function, & in July & August there are various outings including a members picnic.
How:  Membership is $15/annum payable at the door (cash or cheque).  Guests are welcome to attend club meetings for $2 (cash only).
Meeting Agenda:  Registration is at 1:00 & the Meeting starts at 1:15  Club business with announcements & a coffee break - Please remember to bring your own mug.  Speaker presents from 2:00-3:00



Friday, FEBRUARY 3 - Meeting 

Speaker:  Garden Conversation Circle - Bring your own lunch

Topic:  Anything goes

Start Time:  12:30 - 2 pm

Venue:  Nanoose Library Hall


Friday, MARCH 3 - ZOOM Meeting

Speaker:   Linda Gilkeson

Topic:  "Resilient Gardens for a Changing Climate"

Venue: Nanoose Library Hall and via Zoom from the hall - Members will receive an email with details!

Friday, MARCH 10 at 10 AM - Members' Outing

How:  First 30 members who sign up to Car Pool on March 3

Where: Outrageous Edibles and Bedibles in Coombs

Friday, March 31- Meeting (in lieu of APRIL

Speaker: Sue Nurmi from Harbour City Photography Club

Topic:  Photography in Your Garden

Venue:  Nanoose Library Hall

Friday, MAY 5 - Meeting                   

Speaker: Colin Bartlett - of the Backyard Bird Store, Nanaimo

Topic: Birds and Climate Change


Saturday, MAY 13 - Event - NGC Plant Sale - 

Venue:  Nanoose Library Hall

Friday, JUNE 2 - Meeting

Speaker:  Mitchi Hunter

Topic: Perennial Vegetables 

JULY ? - Event - TBA Members' Open Garden Tour


AUGUST ? - Event -  TBA Summer Picnic Gathering

Friday, SEPTEMBER 1 - Meeting

Speaker:  Members welcome to...

Topic: Show what you grow!

Friday, SEPTEMBER 29 - Meeting (in lieu of October)



Friday, NOVEMBER 3 - AGM Meeting



DECEMBER 8 - Christmas Event

 - NGC Members' Christmas Luncheon -

Venue:  Nanoose Library Hall


Past Meetings & Events:


Friday, JANUARY 6 - Meeting

Speaker:  Morden Maples from Cedar

Topic:  Tapping on Vancouver Island

Venue:   Nanoose Library Hall

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