What’s Happening In Southern California – Garden Edition October 2011

As always, I want to remind you to shop local, and get the freshest produce around by heading out to the local Farmer’s Markets in Santa Clarita:

Sundays 8:00am – noon
College of The Canyons Parking Lot
Don’t forget to visit my friend Sarah from Worldwide Exotics

There is also another great Farmer’s Market:
Thursdays in Old Town Newhall from 3-7pm.

Now for Events:

Starting on Sept 30, and running through October 29, 2011 – The Canyon Theatre Guild is presenting, “Dracula” Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm with a matinee on Sundays. The Canyon Theatre Guild
24242 Main Street, Newhall, CA or visit canyontheatre.org

October 1, 2011 – Large Estate Sale, there are several houses participating, 9 – 6 or by appointment. Call for further info 661-735-2735. 24701 Amelia Lane (in Placerito Cyn off Placeritos) Note: One of my clients is selling some large garden statuary – in case you’re in the market.

October 9, 2011 – “Make Your Garden Sing!” Tami Smight & Julie Molinare will be speaking to the Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society at 2:30 pm. The Rose Society meets at the Senior Center located at: 22900 Market St., Newhall, California. The meeting is open to the public, so please plan on attending! RSVP to [email protected] code: RSGB1009 or… just show up!

October 10, 2011 – Support Team Mo and the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention by EATING. (or by donating to my link, or walking or…) We are having a fundraiser at New Moon Restaurant – 28281 Newhall Ranch Rd., Valencia

October 12 – 13, 2011. If you are a landscaper, I expect to see you at the LIS Show in Long Beach, I’ll be at the show helping out at the NAPWL booth and the seminars. If you are a Woman in Landscaping – check out our website, you’ll be glad you did! NAPWL is the National Association of Professional Women in Landscape.

October 15, 2011 – Green Thumb Nursery is having a Seminar: Winter Flowers/Spring Blooming Bulbs – presented by Bryan Payne at 10:00 am. Green Thumb is located at: 23734 Newhall Avenue in Newhall, CA 91321 (661) 259-1071

October 15, 2011 from 9 am – noon – CLWA – Landscape Education Class
Add Shade to your Garden – Appropriate Tress for SCV at Castaic Lake Water Agency on the hill above Central Park. Please RSVP to (661) 513-1230

October 16, 2011 – Come out to the Community Gardens of Santa Clarita and help us Plant our Native Garden! We are creating a garden so that Santa Clarita residents can see how water wise, beneficial attracting, California native plants can be a wonderful addition to your garden. 9 am at the Central Park Site. We can always use a helping hand!

October 21-23, 2011 – Presentations that Sell Boot Camp. If you have ever even thought about public speaking, you HAVE to come to this amazing event. Maurice DiMino is The Sicilian Mentor and he will share his secrets, tips, and tricks in this amazing three day event. If you would like to attend, you can use my discount code: Greener when you register. Here’s the link again – Presentations That Sell Yes… I’ll be attending.

October 22, 2011 – Please consider walking with or donating to Team Mo as we participate in the Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Santa Monica. You can donate at my page, or contact me about walking with our team. It is a great day, easy walk, inspirational event, and lots of fun. (Yes, I’ll be doing this AND Maurice’s class in the same day…)

October 21,22 and 23rd 9:30 am to 4:00 pm (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
Worldwide Exotic’s Fall Plant Sale!
25% discount off your entire purchase on above days only CASH OR CHECK ONLY PLEASE
They are located at: 11157 Orcas Ave. Sylmar, Ca 91342 phone: 818-890-1915 (tell them Julie sent you!) Check out their website

October 23, 2011 – Green Thumb Nursery is having a Department 56 Event – Artist Signing. They have a great selection of Department 56, if you’re a collector – this is the place to be. 23734 Newhall Avenue in Newhall, CA 91321 (661) 259-1071

Descanso Gardens:
They have so much going on so here is a link to the October Calendar and a couple suggestions that I consider highlights:

10/1/11 – Plan your Native garden at 11 and Fall Organic Vegetable Gardening at 1:30. 10/7 – 8/11 – Fall Plant Sale and on the 8th Camellia collection sneak peek. 10/15/11 – Planting with Perennial Grasses & Grass Festival… I’ll stop now, there is a lot going on. Check it out!

LA Arboretum:
Here is a link to their events. This month 10/1/11 is a tree pruning class, 10/15/11 – Design Basics for Drought Tolerant Plants as well as the Thursday talks with Lili Singer and Saturday talks by Mike Brown. Click on the link for a complete listing.

Would you like a beautifully designed, accessorized, well-dressed garden?
Join Tami Smight and I at our Lecture on October 9, 2011 at the Rose Society of Santa Clarita and learn how to “Make Your Garden Sing!” If you want a reminder of our event, as well as a copy of our Power Point Presentation, “How to Create Fall Harvest Splendor” please visit HarmoniousHomeTeam.com and sign up now!




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