Schedule of Events

Minutes and details of membership meetings are emailed to members as each meeting approaches. We meet generally on the second Tuesday of each month unless otherwise arranged. Meetings can be held at different places each month, so be sure to check the venue below. Come to our next meeting and check us out!  

Membership is $15 year ($7.50 after July 1)  Click here for application


January 9, 2018

1 pm Garden Club Meeting
Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d'Alene

Stepping in at the last minute to accommodate a schedule change, Sue Bockelman will be presenting on House Plants. Born and raised in Rochester New York, Sue got her start in horticulture by working in a Rochester garden center during her senior year of high school. After graduating high school, Sue attended Colorado State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in horticulture. Sue has owned and operated her own landscape design, installation and consultation business, The Plant Pro, for the past 25 years and has taught seminars and horticulture classes for over 30 years.​ Sue always gives us an information-packed presentation and we appreciate her flexibility in coming this month with such short notice!

January 31, 2018

1 pm Garden TOUR Committee Meeting

Location:  Coeur d'Alene Library, Gozzer Room (downstairs)

​All members are invited to come to the first Garden Tour meeting of 2018 to help plan for  this year’s big event. It’s exciting and fun to be part of our big fundraiser--bring your ideas!

February 13, 2018
1 pm Garden Club Meeting
​Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d'Alene
​Kammie Roylance is an aromatherapist and herbalist, with experience in formulating and teaching essential oils and medicinal herbs. She owns and operates Vitruvian Natural Health and serves as a community education instructor on natural health and healing for Northern Idaho College. She manages a blog on the uses of essential oils and herbs, and is currently writing an aromatherapy reference guide. Please join us for a perfect way to brighten up a February day!

March 13, 2018

1 pm Garden Club Meeting

​Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d'Alene
Kathy McKeown has been a Certified Master Gardener with the University of Idaho Extension Service since 2014. She will present us with tips on indoor seed starting, speaking to both first-time beginners and those experienced gardeners. Get a jumpstart on the season by joining us for this event!

April 10, 2018

1 pm Garden Club Meeting

​Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d'Alene
The CDA Garden Club and 3C's Garden Club will host speaker Karen Chapman, CPH, owner of Le Jardinet, to present “Foliage First: Three Easy Steps to Transforming your Landscape and Container Designs" followed by a book signing. In addition to teaching garden design, Karen is a writer with articles and designs that have been featured in many national gardening publications, and the co-author of two books with Christina Salwitz. Her presentations at flower & garden shows, trade conferences, horticultural organizations, nurseries and garden clubs are an exciting event not to be missed--please join us!

May 8, 2018

​11:30 am Annual Plant Exchange and Potluck Lunch
Location: Dalton City Hall Park on the corner of Hanley and 4th St. in Dalton Gardens

Join us for our annual plant exchange and potluck lunch! Bring plants to exchange, a potluck dish to share and a chair. Plan to eat around noon. We have the park reserved until 2:00 p.m

June 12, 2018

1 pm Garden Club Meeting

Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d’Alene
Frank Wiedemann will present an informative program about honey bee care, maintenance and their importance in the environment. Frank has been buzzing about the benefits of bees for more than 30 years. A CMACC-trained practicing apitherapist who has raised bees commercially, he teaches classes on beekeeping and apitherapy and raises bees on his property in Idaho. Frank will present on honey bee care and maintenance, setting up a honey bee operation and many interesting facts that we can all add to our gardening acumen. Be sure to put this on your honey-do list.

Sunday,

July 15, 2018

11 am - 4 pm Coeur d'Alene Garden Tour

Tickets available now! The 21st Coeur d’Alene Garden Club Annual Garden Tour will feature six fabulous private gardens in our area. Enjoy artisans, vendors and live music in the gardens along the tour. Tickets are available at our meetings, selected nurseries and here. Thank you to all our participating garden owners, sponsors and the community for your support on this always-impressive event!

September 11, 2018

1 pm Garden Club Meeting

Location: First Baptist Church, 424 Wallace Avenue, Coeur d’Alene

Tyler Beasley is surrounded by horticulture in his everyday life. As the Greenhouse Manager at Spokane Community College, he has been growing greenhouse crops for the past 10 years and is currently finishing up his B.S. in Horticulture through Oregon State University. Tyler will discuss the differences and similarities of horticulture as a career compared to that of being a gardener. A father of two and a husband of a wife that supports his obsessions, Tyler will also talk about his experiences with many non-traditional ornamental plants he grows in his home garden in Spokane with the challenge of limited space and choosing plants that stand up to children and a large dog. Come and hear this (dare we say it?) budding horticulturalist on the rise in our community! 

To be announced!

Much more to come ............................................................................


More details are emailed to members as each meeting approaches.  
If you're interested in joining the Garden Club, please join us at a meeting and try it out.  

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