The Winchester Home & Garden Club
Programs for 2016 – 2017
Meetings are held at Saint Eulalia Parish***
Social Time 11:45am | Business Meeting 12:30pm
Program starts immediately after the Business Meeting
*** Note: All General Meetings this year will be held at Saint Eulalia’s on the third Wednesday of the month except for the location of the April 20th meeting which is to be decided.
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016: Brian Milauskas “Entertaining with Flowers”
Back by popular demand, florist and special events designer, will focus on creating show stopping center pieces for any occasion. All arrangements will be available for raffle.
Hospitality Responsibility: Agnew through Conway
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016: Deb Depeter and Becky Tellefsen “Update Your Living Space”
Deb Depeter and Becky Tollefsen of Bryant Park Designs are a local, full service interior decorating and garden design company. They can help us reinvent spaces and provide unique design solutions to fit any style and budget.
Hospitality Responsibility: Cook through Fichera
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016: Marisa McCoy “The Art of the Arrangement”
Marisa McCoy is a Master Flower Show Judge and Senior Associate at the MFA. Watch Marisa demonstrate how to make traditional and modern designs, while teaching the mechanics of flower arranging, with rules that help and myths that hinder. All will be made available for raffle.
Hospitality Responsibility: Fincke through Katsulis
December 7th, 2016: Holiday Luncheon at WCC (date and time TBD)
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017: Betsy Williams “Mrs. Thrifts Savory Herbal Kitchen”
Mrs. Thrift loves to grow culinary herbs and she loves to cook. Learn to make her favorite herb-enhanced foods. Enjoy a sampling of herb butter, vinegars, mustards, nuts, pestos, and salt at the end of the program. www. betsywilliams.com
Hospitality Responsibility: Kavanaugh through Maxwell
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017:** “MFA ART IN BLOOM ROAD SHOW”
A program that offers a slide show presentation of Art in Bloom, depicting “behind the scenes” preparations for the Museum’s festival of art and flowers. This is followed by a floral demonstration by one of the Museum’s floral designers interpreting a reproduction of one of the Museum’s pieces of art.
Hospitality Responsibility: McCully through Regan
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017: Tony Tedesco“It Must Be Spring”
Tony Tedesco has over 35 years of experience in the Metro West Boston Area. His colorful style and expertise make him a sought after lecturer, designer and commentator. Tony not only interprets design trends, he helps to create them.
Hospitality Responsibility: Ricciardelli through Wilson
May 2017: Spring Luncheon
(time,date, and place TBD)