The Weaverville Nature Park. We will start with a casual discussion of our summer: whether we stayed home to garden or took some interesting trips. Margaret McLeod will give a short history of the park, followed by a walk in the park itself, to take note of the progress in its development. We will then have our own celebration of the Club’s 40th anniversary, with a visit to the newly installed Dale Rogers sculpture, “Two Roads.”
We will meet at the regular time and location: 9:30 AM at the Weaverville Town Office/Hall Community Room, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC 28787
Public is welcomed.
Come to our final meeting of the year with a garden tour and picnic at the home of Annick . Bring a sun hat and sunglasses! Please come with your own lunch. Betty Jane will provide water bottles leftover from the Rummage sale … and she has plenty of good well water.
We will vote on next year’s officers and otherwise wrap up this amazing year.
We’ll meet at 9:30AM at the lower Townhall parking lot in order to carpool.
On May 13, 2014, at the Weaverville Town-hall, 9:30AM, our speaker will be Tom Ross, a retired meteorologist from the National Climatic Data Center, and current owner of High Country Nursery. He specializes in growing Japanese maples, conifers, roses and other landscape plants. With his knowledge, his talk will meld meteorology and horticulture.
Our April meeting will be on the 8th at 9:30 am at the UNC-Asheville Botanical Gardens on Weaver Boulevard in Asheville. Please join us to admire the lovely spring wildflowers as we are guided around by the garden staff. Get directions and more information at this website: Asheville Botanical Gardens