Attend this spring business meeting of District IV of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, featuring a presentation by Cheryl Cummer, Madelaine LeDew, and Valerie Herrmann about Lanakila Garden, the two and half-acre property on the St. Johns River that Cummer has worked to preserve through the North Florida Land Trust. The entire property is maintained organically and sustainably using agroecology principles, and includes a regenerative food park, a micro-flower farm, and a riparian flood-tolerant garden on the river.
Attendees may arrive as early as 9 a.m. for morning coffee and pastries by Brew Five Points, socializing, and shopping at the boutique tables. The meeting begins at 10 a.m.
This program will be offered in-person at the Garden Club and simultaneously on Zoom. Seating at the Garden Club is limited, so purchase your ticket today. COVID-19 health and safety guidelines will be practiced during this event. Seating in the Ballroom will be socially distanced, and attendees must wear masks throughout the entire program. Lunch will be served at tables throughout the campus.
If you need help registering or want to send a check, please call 904-355-4224, and we’ll be glad to help.
Ballroom tickets (limited seating)
Includes morning coffee and pastries and your choice of individual boxed lunch:
Grilled chicken paillard, presented sliced, with roasted fennel, Picholine olives, grilled lemon, extra virgin olive oil, Grana Padano cheese, arugula salad, lemon-dill roasted fingerlings. (Vegans: Substitute portobello mushrooms.)
Lemony spinach orzo salad with roasted zucchini, grape tomatoes, feta, and citrus chargrilled shrimp.
Plus desserts of rosemary lemon square or carrot cake with cream cheese mousse, walnuts, and raisins, and your choice of beverage: bottled water, seltzer, tea, or soda.
We will be raffling several items throughout the day.
- $1 for one ticket
- $5 for six tickets