I wasn't able to attend the monthly meeting on Tuesday, but heard good things about it. Thanks, Peg, for opening your home and providing the hospitality, and thanks, Autumn, for providing the educational component. Enjoy the pictures, folks, provided by Peg.
The venue, Peg's lovely home.
The arrangements (an awesome art eluding any analytical abilities, he alludes alliteratively and admiringly)
Food and Beverage
And most important of all, Education. Autumn Phillips, former Horticulture summer assistant in Franklin County, and daughter of MG Niles Phillips, shares her Masters Degree research on seed disperals by small mammals in Central America
And a serendipitous demonstration thereof (local species)