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!