Sunday, July 1, 2018-Friday, August 31, 2018
Lan Su Garden, Portland, OR
Discover the wonders of silk this July & August at Lan
Su, including talks, a silk worm display, and a display
of silk art and textiles.
Wednesday, July 11 & 18, 2018 • 10:00am-11:00am
Leach Botannical Garden, Portland, OR
Your little one will look for wildlife, listen to the
wind and the creek, touch a thimble-berry leaf, water
the Children's Discovery Garden and maybe even eat a
raspberry right off the vine! Our wonderful guides will
then read a story and help the children craft something
fun. Each week is different with seasonal themes. 2-5
years accompanied by an adult.
This year, hikes begin Wednesday February 7, 2018 and
end December 12, 2018. Cost: $3.00 per child,
non-walkers and adults free. Please bring exact change.
Punch cards now available in the Gift Shop next to the
Manor House: buy 5 hikes and get 6th one FREE! Please
note: The Honeybee Hike meets and starts in the Upper
Garden. Please park in the Claybourne parking lot - look
for parking signage at corner of 122nd/Claybourne St.
just south of Foster Rd.
Registration: This is not required unless you're a group
of 10+ children/adults. These larger groups must
preregister 2 weeks in advance. Contact: Leach Garden
Education Coordinator, JoAnn Vrilakas, at email@example.com
email or call 503-823-1671.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 • 4:30pm(W,V)
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 • 4:30pm(S)
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 • 4:30pm(G)
Al’s Garden Center, Woodburn, Wilsonville(V), Sherwood,
This charming project will surely make you smile. We
will be planting delicious fragrant herbs in a colorful
colander. You can choose to either turn it into a fun
hanging basket, or let it stand free. This project
serves many purposes. You will have your herbs to cook
with, a fun conversation piece, and a lovely colander to
use in the kitchen after your herbs have outgrown their
container. Cost: $45, includes supplies, plants, expert
instruction, local wine, and a light meal.
Sisters Garden Club
21st Annual Home & Garden Tour
“Quilts in the Garden”
Thursday, July 12, 2018 • 8:00am-4:00pm
Five Homes in Sisters, OR
Each year we offer this tour the Thursday before the
Quilt Show in Sisters, OR. Five local homes open their
gardens and some even open their homes for guest to
explore our high desert gardens. The color of the quilts
hanging in the pine trees highlights the beauty of the
summer gardens. It has become a highlight of the Quilt
Show with over 800 attendees. There is no other event
like this! This is the Sisters Garden Club annual fund
raiser and helps support our local gardens and grants.
Our 80 plus members volunteer their time to make this
event an absolute success every year.
Movies in the Garden
Thursdays, July 12, 2018–August 31, 2018 • Dusk
The Oregon Garden, Silverton, OR
Join us for Movies in the Garden presented by Willamette
Valley Pie Company every
Thursday, July 12th – August 31st!
Doors will open at 7pm, and the show will begin at dusk
on the beautiful Garden Green, in the heart of The
Oregon Garden. It’s also a great opportunity to catch a
sunset in the Garden! Parking will be available in the
lower parking lot, across from the Pavilion. Please, no
outside food or drink.
Schedule of movies:
July 12: NeverEnding Story (PG); July 19: Sleepless In
Seattle (PG); July 26: Footloose (PG); August 2: Top Gun
(PG); August 9: Pitch Perfect (PG-13); August 16: ET
(PG); August 23: Karate Kid (PG); August 30: Ice Age
Marion County Fair
July 12-15, 2018
Salem Fairgrounds, Salem, OR
Proudly working with Garten Services. Come see the Zero
Waste Event at the Fair. By the red brick horse barn.
Art in the Garden
July 13, 2018 – September 30, 2018
The Oregon Garden, Silverton, OR
Join us for Art in the Garden, which features stunning
art installations in the Garden throughout the summer!
Friday & Saturday, July 13 & 14, 2018
Linfield College, McMinnville, OR
The Oregon Master Gardener Association conference,
Growing Gardeners is July 13 -14th at Linfield College
in McMinnville. The conference is open to the public. A
range of topics, includes the impact of climate change
for gardeners, role of gardening in environmental
sustainability and public health, orchid growing, garden
bees, and rain gardens among many others. Registration
is open and starts at $96 for the two-day conference
with extra costs for breakfasts, banquet, tours and
workshops. You can go to just one day for a reduced
price. Dorm housing is available on campus. For more
information, see the OMGA website.