We meet each Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. for a potluck dinner and lively discussion
All are welcome!
This inclusive group has been meeting for 14 years to discuss current fiction and non-fiction books. We meet at 9 A.M. on the second Saturday of each month in members’ homes for brunch and book discussions.
The gardens at St. Paul Presbyterian Church were designed by Matthew Gobla and Eidos Architects. Two garden area additions were designed and completed by the Girls Scouts in 2011. The gardens were installed by the members of St. Paul Presbyterian Church in the Spring of 2008 with the completion of new sanctuary. Plants have been added to the gardens every year since the installation and are still a work in progress. Annual flowers are provided by the members of St. Paul in memory or honor of certain individuals for Mothers Day.
The gardens employ the seven xeriscaping principles and use about a tenth of the water that a traditional bluegrass lawn would use. The gardens feature over 150 different plant species. The gardens were designed as showpiece for members of St. Paul Church and the neighboring community. They also serve as demonstration gardens, models of sustainable horticulture and resources for plant material.