Northtown Garden Society

Chicago, Illinois

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Winter Is Here! Time to Plan Your garden!

February, 2019

There will be NO January  Meeting
 
Thursday, February  7, 2019; 7:00 PM, Warren Park Field House, 6601 N. Western Ave., Chicago. 
 
The Gardens at Bethany and Veggie Talk
 
We are happy to announce 2 guest speakers for our  February meeting. The first will be  Dorothy Bird, who will speak to us about her fantastically successful volunteer gardening project at Bethany Retirement Community, 4950 N. Ashland Ave. We are also happy to have Ruth Melulis share her secrets about successfully growing vegetables from saved seeds.
Nancy Seyfried will be available to collect your membership fee, $20. for an individual or $30.00 for a couple. You can also join via Paypal under the Menbership page on this web site. 
Looking forward to getting together at our first meeting of the New Year 2019.

 

There will be $5.00 fee for non-NGS members. Refreshments will be served.

Community Outreach

 

Day Camp

 

Our Community Outreach Program for 2018 granted scholarships to 4 children to attend Warren Park Day camp. See Community Service section for photos and more information.      

 

Green Room Cleanup

In early October, six NGS members led by Eva Mannaberg repotted and divided plants as well as doing general cleanup of the Green Room.   Our thanks go to Eva Mannaberg, Nancy Wieting, Alice Dunlap-Kraft, Mary Oellrich, Ginny Davis and Chris Harvey  for their help.   See Community Service page for photos.

NGS News

 

 

 

NGS Volunteers Honored

1/18/2018

The NGS members who gave of their time in 2017 were honored at a dinner in January. Without their help we would not be able to care for our gardens in the parks, offer educational programs or host fund-raisers. Their work is greatly appreciated. Eva Mannaberg received a house plant to honor her service as NGS Board Chairman.

Gardening

Coming Events

is about enjoying the smell of things growing in the soil, getting dirty without feeling guilty and generally taking the time to soak up a little peace and serenity.

                                                        ~ Lindley Karstens

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