Sunday, September 5, 2021

First meeting of the 2021-2022 year

Our first meeting of the 2021-2022 year is Wednesday, September 8, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. We're meeting at 450 W. Walker St. in the recreation room, which is the free standing building between the Arolfo Civic Center ballroom (where we used to meet) and the League City swimming pool. We will have light refreshments, not the usual lunch spread, until we have a sense of what works well with our new setup and the type of turnout to expect.

The doors won’t open until 10:00 a.m.; please pardon the inconvenience of not having everything set up in advance. We are working on fixing that scheduling problem.

A few reminders to members:

1. Please return all unused Garden Walk tickets or money collected for those not returned at this meeting

2. Bring a plant for the plant table/plant swap. This is a fun addition to our meetings that we would like to continue.

3. If you are a Committee Chair who has been actively working on a project or needs to launch a project, be prepared to stand up and give a brief update during the business meeting. This is a good time to discuss your needs and ask for volunteers to assist you.

4. If you have any garden-related announcements you would like to share with everyone, let us know in advance of the meeting. Please contact club president, Lisa Lofaro, at lisa.lofaro@yahoo.com, or 832-561-7933 with your announcement information. If time permits, we will share the announcement, if not, it will be sent out in an email afterwards.

The League City Garden Club will be promoting the Garden Walk at the League City Community Health Fair this Saturday, September 11, 2021 at Hometown Heroes Park from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Please let us know if you would like to volunteer at the booth.

See you Wednesday!

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

LCGC 2021 Garden Walk

Our annual garden walk is back! Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 25, 2021. The self-guided 6 gardens will be open from 10am - 4pm. Tickets with tour map are just $15 and available at Nana's Attic, 501 East Main in Founder's Square, League City.

Please help us advertise this event using the two attached documents.

Click here for the press release.

Click here for the flyer.

Sunday, June 6, 2021

LCGC July Luncheon Meeting

Hello League City Garden Friends,

You are invited to our summer luncheon meeting!

Wednesday, July 14th 10:00 AM

Esteban's (building in the back)

402 West Main St, League City

Cost: $17.00 ($9.99-Lunch-Taco Bar; $5.00-Room fee; $2.00- tip)

Come meet our Scholarship Recipients, Kaylyn Baugh and Madyson Chilton. We will also receive tickets to sell for the September Garden Walk and Garden Walk raffle. And most importantly, we'll have fun spending time together!

Please fill out this Summer Luncheon Form and mail it with your payment.

We would like for all checks to be received by July 12th. You will be placed on the payment list and a receipt will be emailed to you.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

LCGC May meeting - End of Year

Join us on May 12 at 10am for our End of Year celebration and installation of officers. We will be meeting at League Park, 512 2nd Street in League City. This is our last meeting of the year so come and enjoy!

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Unlock Your Inner Artist Event

Please join the League City Garden Club as we celebrate the opening of the Unlock Your Inner Artist exhibit on Friday, April 16, 2021 in the art gallery at the Butler Longhorn Museum, 1220 Coryell St., in League City’s Historic District.

Social begins at 6:30pm, showing starts at 7:00pm.

For more information click on the link below:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IKV5nX5HvoregeG0NkyK9a19ne-OU9Ga/view?usp=sharing

Friday, March 12, 2021

League City Garden Club April Field Trip

Members: Please consider the following for the League City Garden Club Field Trip, Wednesday, April 14, 2021.

The League City Garden Club members are invited to join a car-pooling/self-driving field trip to Galveston. We will stop at 3 locations: Betty Head Memorial Oleander Gardens, San Jacinto Community Gardens and The Bryan Museum.

Please RSVP to Judy Anderson at jande10198@aol.com with your name, cell phone number, and email address. If you need a ride let Judy know; if you are willing to add a passenger for the car ride, please let her know.

Click here for more details regarding the trip.

Saturday, February 20, 2021

LCGC Membership dues

It is now time to pay your LCGC membership dues. Please fill out the membership form below and send along with your check to the address on the form.

Saturday, January 30, 2021

LCGC February Meeting

LCGC February Meeting will be held at the:

Butler Museum 1222 Coryell, League City Date: February 10, 2021 Time: 10:00a

Speaker will be Celeste Silling "Hummingbirds are some of the most beloved birds in the animal kingdom". They have fascinating physical and behavioral attributes, many of which are not well known. In this presentation, Celeste Silling, Education and Outreach Manager at Gulf Coast Bird Observatory assists the birds through land conservation, research and education. She will also talk about caring for your local hummingbirds and how to attract more birds to your gardens.

We will not have food or drink. You can bring your own Covered Container of liquid.

For those members who cannot attend, you can participate via Zoom. You will get your information via email from Lisa.

Please remember to bring cash or a check to pay dues for the year 2021-2022. If you cannot attend Wednesday's meeting, please mail your yearly dues of $30.00 to:

League City Garden Club P.O. Box 1273 League City, Texas. 77574

Friday, January 8, 2021

January Meeting information

Happy New Year Everyone,

I hope everyone survived the holidays and stayed away from COVID.

Next week we will have an exciting ZOOM presention by Lauren Simpson. Lauren will speak about “The What, Why, and How of Creating a Pollinator Paradise at Home”.

January 13, 2021 - 10:30am

ZOOM will be opened at 10:30am for a 50 minute presentation followed by 10 minutes of questions.

The ZOOM information was sent out to all members. If you did not receive the information, contact secretary Tauni Bryan.

Program description: The average neighborhood yard may look pretty, but doesn’t support the wide range of wildlife that is crucial to a healthy environment and community. The good news is that yards can be both beautiful and beneficial by incorporating the native plants that support our local wildlife! In this presentation, Ms. Lauren Simpson will share handy tips on how to create a wildscape at your own home, for the enjoyment of your family and the benefit of your community and the environment. Come join us to learn how to transform your own yard into a beautiful, native-plant paradise‒one that supports wildlife and pleases neighbors!