FRI, NOV 10, 6:30 pm
135 South Main Street, Zionsville
$20 per person
Mark your calendar for this fun event. We will celebrate the outgoing year’s highlights, give out awards and install our new board for 2018.
PLEASE RSVP…. Contact Teresa Byington here.
PROGRAM: PARTY IN THE GARDEN by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp
PARTY IN THE GARDEN
Whether it’s a wedding, birthday party, graduation celebration or other special event in the garden, planning is of the essence. Jo Ellen will present some ideas, tips and other bits of info to make the event successful but not stressful.
About Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp hoosiergardener.com
Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp, an award-winning journalist, has been writing a weekly gardening column for The Indianapolis Star since 1989. She is a regular contributor to Indiana Gardening Magazine and is the editor of Iowa Gardener, Michigan Gardening, Minnesota Gardener and Wisconsin Gardening magazines. She is vice president of GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators, a director of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Horticultural Society, member of the Cultural Landscape Committee of Indiana Landmarks and an Advanced Master Gardener. She speaks throughout the country. She and Tom Tyler co-authored the best-selling The Indiana Gardener’s Guide, and she wrote The Visitor’s Guide to American Gardens. Jo Ellen trials about 100 plants a year and has been working for nearly 20 years at a large, independent garden center in Indianapolis, where for two years, she was the buyer of perennials, trees, shrubs and bulbs.
BANQUET DINNER MENU
$20 per person
Soup or salad
Entrees: (You choose one)
- Chicken Breast Alfredo
- Coho salmon with cucumber sauce
- Portobello with butternut squash and
Wild Rice with Almonds & Kale
Roasted multi color potatoes
Choice of Carmel Apple cake
or chocolate ganache
Coffee, tea, lemonade
Wine: $5 per glass
Let Teresa know your preference.
More about Serenity...
This 1868 home was one of the first in Zionsville. Enter through the antique doors and you are stepping back in time. Experience wonderful antiques, aged rugs, period lighting and sensational food.
For more information, go to Serenity website here.