2013 Annual Members’ Meeting and Dinner – Friday, November 15

All Horticultural Art Society Members are invited to the 2013 Annual Meeting and Dinner to be held at the Patty Jewett Golf Course Clubhouse (900 E. Espanola – map).

Silent Auction
Come prepared to bid at our fifth annual silent auction. See what has been donated so far HERE.

Donations will be accepted through November 8.

The program for this year will be presented by Carla Anderson, Landscape Architect
“Landscape Design in Historic Context” – A look at the history of Colorado Springs as seen through the context of landscape, and how we can respond to that history.

Friday, November 15
Social Hour and Silent Auction start at 5:30 p.m.
Dinner at 6:30 p.m. and presentation at 8:00 p.m.

Registration deadline: Thurs, Nov 7 (earlier would be appreciated!)
Cost: $25 per member
You can register and pay online using your credit card by clicking one of the buttons below. You will be directed to a Paypal page, but no PayPal account is needed! Just follow the instructions after “Don’t have a PayPal account?”


Wednesday, June 12 , 2013, 6:00 p.m. tour & 7:00 p.m., “Demystifying Drip”

carnegiegarden.jpgPresented by Carla Anderson, ASLA

6:00 p.m. Tour of the Carnegie Library garden (on the Penrose Library property) – Get a “hands on” look at a drip system “in the field” in the award-winning garden.
7:00 p.m. Presentation – “Demystifying Drip”

Do you want to have more control over your garden’s drip irrigation system, but aren’t sure what it’s all about? Do you want to save water and have healthier plants? Come to this presentation for a layman’s explanation of drip irrigation, and be empowered!

Carla has a degree in Botany, and has been a registered Landscape Architect for over 25 years. A resident of Colorado since 1992, she has been a Colorado Master Gardener since 1996. Her professional work of site design, planting design, and construction supervision focuses on environmentally responsible landscape solutions. This includes water management practices, use of native, low maintenance and drought-tolerant plants, and consideration of adverse environmental impacts, such as challenges with native fauna and erratic weather conditions.

Free to all at the Penrose Library – 20 N. Cascade Ave.