Champlain Park garden club has a very special guest on Tuesday February 13 at 7 pm. Toronto artists Barbara Guy Long, a well-know willow wattle weaving artist will drop by with a slide show and talk about her craft. She creates fences, walls and artistic structures in both Canada and in other spots around the world.
Drop-in fee for non-members is $5.00.
Here is a link to her website for a closer look
Details call 613-728-1945
January marks the start of another session of many activities happening in the neighbourhood. See the full calendar for a date oriented view, or this list of the classes and clubs in alphabetical order:
Others like skating on the rink depend on the season, for them please see the Activities menu on our home page.
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2017 11:41:47 -0500
From: Laurie Fagan <email@example.com>
Boughs, boughs, boughs for sale
The Champlain Park Garden Club has many extra bundles of boughs left over from the two wreath making workshops this past weekend. They are nice for a mantle or decorate your railing and the smell is incredible.
It’s nonsense when people say they aren’t at all artistic. Come out and make a lovely 18 inch Christmas wreath for your front door (or back) on Sunday December 3 at the Field House – there are 2 workshops – one at 1 pm & the second at 3:30. All you need is a pair of garden gloves and hand garden pruners and a desire to create a wonderful wreath with 4 kinds of fresh evergreens. The cost is $28.00 and that includes the wreath base, all the boughs, and berries, twine and wire. You can bring ribbon, pine cones, small feathered birds or whatever else you’d like to embellish with.
To sign up contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurie would like to point out that Ed Lawrence will be appearing on Tuesday at the gardening club meeting, possibly his final appearance at the club. He’s locally (Ontario) famous for a call-in radio show about gardening, http://www.gardeningwithed.com/abouted.php
More about the Garden Club at https://champlainpark.org/garden-club/
Just a reminder that Fall Activities are starting soon. There are:
Additionally a book club is being started, details coming soon.
Quite a busy season! See the full calendar at https://champlainpark.org/full-calendar/
From: Judy Billingsley
Date: Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 8:44 PM
Subject: The Champlain Park Garden Club meeting
The next garden club meeting will be on Tuesday, March 14th. We will welcome Telsing Andrews of Aster Lane Edibles in Kinburn who will be presenting a slide show and talk entitled “Design your Edible Oasis”. If you want to check out the website before the meeting here is the address: http://www.asterlaneedibles.ca/ The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the field house in Champlain Park, corner of Cowley and Clearview.