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TVGC Activities for January 2020

General Meeting
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 – 9:30 am
Temecula Community Recreation Center (CRC)
30875 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula, CA  92592

Guests are Welcome

Program:  Olive Cultivation and EVOO Nutrition        Speaker: Jenna Fenton
Jenna Fenton is a third year student at Cal Poly Pomona and the recipient of the Temecula Valley Garden Club scholarship for 2019.  She grew up helping in her family’s olive grove, the Olive Plantation, since the age of 10 when she helped her father plant 1000 olive trees on the family property.  She will share experiences and expertise on olive cultivation along with the nutritional benefits of extra virgin olive oil.  She will bring items from the Olive Plantation for purchase.



       


CGCI Floral Design Forum

January 6, 2020 - "How'd they do that?" 
Special Educational Program featuring wonderful NGC Judges/teachers, demonstrating the ins and outs of
design mechanics, backgrounds, underlayments, containers/non-containers, etc. Start the year off right. 



Garden Workshops

The next educational workshop will be January 23-- How to Create and Maintain a Garden Journal

And on February 8th (Saturday) -  How to Prune and Propagate those roses you love!

See the Garden Workshops page for details.


Trips and Tours

Our next trip will be March 19, 2020 - Japanese Friendship Garden

Go to the Trips and Tours page for details.




The 
first of TVGC’s Gardening Booklets is available for sale for $5 each. 
The booklet lists trees that grow readily in the Temecula Valley, along with beautiful color photos,
and much information about each species and a location where you can see a real tree of each variety. 
These beautiful booklets make great gifts.






Riverside County Master Gardeners Upcoming Events
See below for the link to the Master Gardener events for January:
Classes, workshops, schedule of Master Gardeners at Farmers' Markets, and more. 


Upcoming Events at Temecula Valley Rose Society
Meetings are held the third Thursday at 10:00 am at the Temecula Library, Community
Room, 30600 Pauba Road. A light potluck lunch is served after the meeting. (April
is reserved for our members Rose garden tours and there is no meeting in July).
Guests are welcome!

Please check out our Newsletter at our website for monthly tips and features on roses, as
well as Frank Brines, Master Consulting Rosarian, monthly column, Rose Care
FUNdamentalsat http://temeculavalleyrosesociety.org/nl/NL201812.shtml.


January Meeting: Thursday, January 16, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Topic: The Easiest Way to Cultivate More Energy and a Longer, Rosier, Healthier Life
Speaker: Jan Tucker
Jan Tucker is a certified level 5 Qigong healer and trainer, a level 2 Reiki practitioner, and author.
She studies Qigong with International Qigong Grandmaster Chunyi Lin, founder of Spring Forest Qigong. 
Jan pursued Qigong to strengthen her immune system and prevent recurring bouts of
bronchitis, asthma, allergies, 
eczema, digestive issues, and depression.
Recognizing the power 
and holistic health benefits of Qigong, she now offers these benefits to
others through Qigong Movement & Meditation Classes and individual Qigong healing sessions. 

Saturday, January 25: Pruning! Pruning! Pruning!
The community is invited for our annual demonstration and hands-on pruning event at Rose Haven. 
Membership will have a registration table as people arrive.
There will be a “Caring for Tools” station.
The next station 
will be a demonstration by Ray and Bonnie on gross pruning
(reducing 
an out of control bush to a manageable size).
Virginia and her team 
will show the finer details of pruning – eliminating dead wood,
opening 
the center of the bush for better airflow, remove any thin weak growth,
prune remaining canes to an outward facing bud.
Clean-up is the last but a very important step.
The waste material is placed in the disposal 
bin and not in a compost bin. 
This prevents diseases being unknowingly passed on to other bushes. 
Master Consulting Rosarian Frank Brines will answer advanced rose care questions at our final Rose Station.
Please 
join us in helping our community learn to prune at Rose Haven.
We need 
many willing hands to create a lovely blooming garden in the spring.

Families in the Garden will continue their third Saturday of the month programs.
(hiatus during June, July, and August)
Families in the Garden programs are held at Rose Haven garden at
30592 
Jedediah Smith Rd in Temecula in the Tree of Life garden area.
@ 9:30-10:30am
Any questions or additional info: Alicia R. Cline at 951-234-2218


 https://www.facebook.com/Temecula-Valley-Rose-Society-180801795279929/

https://www.facebook.com/temecula.rosesociety  (I don't know why they have 2 FB pages.)




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To view the "2018-19 Year in Review" Photo Presentation by Bob Boyd, go to

To view the "2017-18 Year in Review" Photo Presentation by Bob Boyd, go to

To view the "2016-17 Year in Review" Photo Presentation by Bob Boyd, go to

To view photos of the Flower Show and Sale, go to



Introducing New Invitation Card

for members to hand out to prospective new members

"a convenient tool to spread our seeds, cultivate our passion, and grow our membership"

---Bob Boyd, TVGC photographer