The Herb Guild Programs 2018
*Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at Porter Library unless indicated with * for offsite location information.
27333 Center Ridge Road, Westlake 44145
February 14 Budget Meeting, New Members Valentine Tea.
Make it Take It Workshop: Create herbal products. Room freshener spray,
Gel jar freshener, Herb Mustard, and Boursin cheese demo.
March 14 Ron Zayac, “Growing Mistakes” Home of the Salad Bowl Planters
Canterbury Creek Gardens. A Chemical-free garden center and micro farm where healthy plants thrive without chemical fertilizers or sprays. Grow plants and let nature do its job.
April 11 Danielion, Wakeman
Specializing in custom fresh and
botanical arrangements, home decor
and event planning. We feature local and international artists.
May 9 Rosehill, Bay Village Community Cabin. Plant Exchange,
Luncheon Tickets, Plant ID, Opening Gardens & Mulching.
June 13 Mike Williams, Great Lakes Brewing Company. The use of Hops in the making of Beer. Great Lakes Brewing Company is a brewery and brewpub in Cleveland, Ohio. The first brewpub and microbrewery in the state.
July 11 An Herb Guild Symposium. Ask the experts about your herb gardening questions. Herb Show & Tell herb displays.
August 1 Under the Tuscan Sun. Thirty-fourth Annual Scholarship Luncheon & Fashion Show, La Centre, Westlake
August 1 The 34th Annual Scholarship Luncheon, La Centre, Westlake. Tickets $40. Go on sale May 9. See Page for more information.
August 8 Potluck Picnic, Sandy Ridge Metro Park. Otten Road, North Ridgeville.
Ann Gideon, Rain Barrels & More. Straw Bale Planting Demonstration.
September 12 Holden Arboretum 40th Anniversary Luncheon & Tour.
Holden is the home of the Herb Society of America Headquarters.
October 10 Barb Richardson, Emerald & Violet Studio. Workshop:
Papier Mosaic Initials. Pre-registration required and $20 workshop fee required.
November 14 “Goldenrod” Judy Semroc, Natural History Museum.
December 12 Christmas Party & Installation of Officers.
Cleveland Yacht Club. Reservations required.
Contact Joyce Hayward, program chair for additional information:330-801-7202