Holiday Boutique Workshops

"Be an Angel" and make an angel for the Holiday Boutique.

Thursday, November 3
from 1:00 - 3:00
at the Heritage Club House

You're going to fall in love with these beautiful gold, silver or white deco-mesh holiday angels.
Be sure to sign up or contact Ruth Lozano or Ann Mousner.

Thursday, October 6 and October 20
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Heritage Club House

The Ways & Means team needs a few happy and handy volunteers to join in the fun at the Holiday Boutique Workshops.

We will be making a variety of items to sell for the club at the boutique on November 15.

Nothing to bring but your crafty selves.

Fall Pumpkin Decorating Workshop

Thursday, September 29th, 2022

We are having a workshop at the Heritage Clubhouse, 31130 S. General Kearny Road, Temecula.

The cost is $10.00 per person and you will need to bring a pumpkin to decorate (of any size and color) and a glue gun if you have one.
Also, should you want to decorate it with succulents or something specific, feel free to bring it.
Otherwise, the decorations and decorating guidance will be provided.

If you didn’t sign up at the meeting but want to participate, please contact Ann Mousner or Ruth Lozano.

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.

The second booklet on Shrubs for our area is available for $6 each.

These beautiful booklets make great gifts.

TVGC Educational Workshops 2020 - 2021

Chris Curtis & Janice Rosner, co-chairs

These educational workshops will be open to the public.

Thursday, November 18th

Zoom Meeting 10:00 am

Christine Curtis Hosting

"Drought Update and What it Means to Us"

Guest Speaker, UCCE Master Gardener Celeste Cantú

Celeste Cantú is chair of San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.

She volunteers on the boards and advisory councils for the Water Foundation,

Water Education Foundation, and UC ANR President’s Commission,

and she is a UCCE Master Gardener in Riverside County.

She holds a master’s in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School

of Government and a BA in urban planning


Thursday, January 27, 2022

Christine Curtis Hosting Zoom Meeting 10:00 am

Guest Speaker, Naturalist, Michele Felix-Derbarmdiker

The Power of Pollinators

Thursday, March 24, 2022

Christine Curtis Hosting Zoom Meeting 10:00 am

Guest Speaker,TBA

Tree Care

Proper pruning, watering and replacement trees.

These Workshops will be held via Zoom, with more information to follow via email.

For those of you who have not used Zoom, we want you

to know that you do not need to have an app on your phone or computer.

We will send you a link in an e-mail and all you have to do is click

on the link to join the session.

TVGC Educational Workshops 2019 - 2020

Chris Curtis & Janice Rosner, co-chairs

November 14th - Why Garden for Wildlife. UCCE Master Gardener, Linda Powell.

How to start a habitat garden, natural garden guidelines, pollinator gardens, butterflies and host plants,

thinking beyond birds and butterflies, invasive plants, and the principals of wildlife certification.

There will be a free opportunity drawing. $5.00 fee for materials.

January 23rd - How to Create and Maintain a Garden Journal. UCCE Master Gardener, Linda Powell.

What is a garden journal, why keep a journal, what to record, types of journals, children/school garden journals,

steps to get started, equipment?

Each participant will receive a starter packet of items to begin their garden journal.

$10.00 fee for materials. Free opportunity drawing. (journal related items)

11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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

Hosted by Temecula Valley Rose Society at Rose Haven Heritage Garden,

30592 Jedediah Smith Rd.,Temecula, Ca 92592

A Rosarian will speak and provide a demonstration on proper care and pruning of your roses.

10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There is no charge.

Cancelled Classic Drought Tolerant Herbs, Sensory Identification.

UCCE Master Gardener Chris Curtis and UCCE Master Gardener Janice Rosner.

Pass through history with us as we explore the world of culinary and medicinal usages.

We will explore the history of Mediterranean drought tolerant herbs,

including growing methods and their use in the culinary world

and some medicinal uses of these herbs.

There will be hands on sensory exploration, including tasting food and drink flavored with herbs,

and you will learn how to create your own sensory garden of herbs.

$10.00 fee for materials. Free opportunity drawing.

11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Workshops from 2018-19

Fairy Gardens

Thursday, March 21

Marlene Voll will be leading the workshop. There is no charge for attending, but you

must bring your own supplies. These should include some kind of container filled with

garden soil, and any items and plants you'd like for the garden.

The Mini Succulent Wheelbarrow

May 22, 2019

Led by Sheri Whitton

Fall 2018

DIY Decorative Features for Nurturing Birds, Native Bees

and Butterflies (and an occasional toad) in Our Gardens

Led by Susan Puma

Paint and Sip

May 2018


Repurposed Glass Flower Garden Stakes

October & January

Led by Wayne & Chong Hansom

Beaded Wind Chimes


Led by Carol Hudson & Susan Puma

Designs with Succulents

Led by Carol Hudson & Susan Puma


The Art of Kokedama


Bird Feeders


Flowers, Cards and Gifts Using Card Stock and Stamps


Garden Art