Dunnville Horticulture Society

Gardens to visit

Sandi Marr
July 2, 11am-4pm! Three Gardens to visit:
The gardens of Beth Powell and Ken Sherwood are not to be missed. They have been featured in several magazines. Spreading over 50 acres with 5 ponds, there are several whimsical perennial gardens and a large vegetable garden. This year you are invited to attend “Christmas in July”.
440 Concession 1 Road Canfield
-take hwy #3 to #56. Turn right onto #56. Turn right on Con. 1 Rd.
Petra Kruis-Daly  is opening her 21 acre property to the public as well. View many perennial gardens, ponds or wander the trails trough meadows and new forestation. Check out the vegetable, fruit and herb garden.
215 Windecker Rd. Cayuga
-go north on Windecker from Hwy #17 from either Dunnville or Cayuga.
Mary Galli will also have her 10 acre property open for viewing. This is a country-like park setting featuring many flowerbeds scattered around several lawns, surrounded by mature trees and shrubs.
226 Windecker Rd. Cayuga
-from Dunnville take Hwy #17, turn right on Windecker.
-from Cayuga take Hwy #17, turn let on Windecker.

Trillium Publication- Summer 2017 Edition

Sandi Marr
Here is another fact filled edition of the Trillium.

Among the items Included in this issue are:

The 2017 OHA convention, including a full list of bus tours and speakers

Resolutions to be voted on at the convention

Candidates for OHA President & VIce President

Society anniversaries

OHA Society activities

The Summer Trillium is also available on the gardenontario website via a link on the homepage (www.gardenontario.org) or at

$2500 towards the Centennial Park Fountain Rehabilitation Project

Debbie Thomas

Special To The Haldimand Press

DUNNVILLE—

Back row l-r Debbie Thomas President Dunnville Horticultural Society, Katrina Schmitz Haldimand County and
Margaret Kamping Dunnville Christian School. Forefront  the grade 3/4 students proudly handing over their
contribution of $2500 towards the Centennial Park Fountain Rehabilitation Project. The students have been fundraising
for over year now. Pres of DHS Debbie Thomas emphasized the importance of the children’s involvement right from the start.
Their historical research and continuing enthusiasm really has helped to spur public interest in the project.

Congratulations, Debbie Thomas

Sandi Marr
Molson Canadian Canada 150 award…
At the Mudcat Festival Opening Street Dance Ceremonies, 5 volunteers from Dunnville were recognized for their community service, representing Canadian values. Each were given a Molson Canadian Commemorative wooden crate, complete with stubby beers.
Debbie Thomas was chosen as only 1 of 150 Canadians across Canada to receive
a special edition Molson Canadian retro beer fridge……with Debbie Thomas painted right on the fridge door along with Molson logo and leaf.