Tuition is $150 for the remaining five classes ($180-$30 for the Jan. 13 class that was missed). Click here to register – enter Late100 at checkout to get the discount.
Join FMGG at our table for this annual DC-wide garden conference which focuses on growing a healthier food system in the nation’s capital (admission is free). Learn more here. Free registration. Free workshops. If you are coming, let us know at email@example.com.
This is your chance to get ready for spring! We will review the 2018 calendar, get a greenhouse restoration update and get a chance to see our 2017 accomplishments.
If you are interested in leading garden tours this summer, please contact Pat Cunniff as soon as possible. Training for tour guides will be held March 17; tours begin on April 7 (11 a.m. and 12 noon). Docents lead groups on general and private group tours through September that cover our flowers and plants, shrines and a bit of the history and architecture of the Monastery and its gardens.
Our annual Easter Lily and Palm Cross program will kick off around Ash Wednesday. Lilies and crosses can be picked up Palm Sunday weekend, or donated to the Monastery for placement in the church and on the grounds (for the palm crosses). This is a beautiful way to remember loved ones at Easter. Details coming soon (including online orders)!
SAVE THE DATES: Our annual Plant and Herb Sale is April 28-29 and our annual Open House is May 5. We will need volunteers for plant sale set up, at the sale and break down, and to help with the open house. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Lou at firstname.lastname@example.org.