Educational Event at KLH on Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Programs starts at 10 am Come early for seating!
AS SEEN ON “GROWING A GREENER” WORLD AND “GARDEN SMART” ON PBS
Brothers Tim and Matt Nichols have traveled the world for their love of Japanese maples. Matt will be with us showing pictures, in-structing, and perhaps selling a few treasurers of 1-gallon to 3-gallon specimens. As the second generation of the business their Father started as a small hybridizer in Flat Rock, NC, the brothers grew up into a legacy of cultivating of these beautiful trees. Seats are limited.
Please RSVP for seating to Mary Reeves firstname.lastname@example.org
A message from your Council President….Joan Wilson
Happy Holidays to you and your Family! I hope all of you are looking forward to decorating our historical Kilgore-Lewis house for the Christmas Holidays.
Our theme this year is “Christmas Blessings”. I am excited to see what our talented council members will do this year. I hope all of you plan to participate in the holiday activities here at Council.
My many thanks to all of you for helping make this a fabulous 2018. May all of you be blessed with good health and happiness, and enjoy your Thanksgiving gatherings and have a Merry Christmas!
Share a Smile Today,
Spotlight on.…Roberta Casaceli, Headquarters Chairman
In 2006 my husband and I decided it was time to retire from the business we had built in Florida. After twenty years we also decided retirement would not be in Florida. Not wanting to return to a cold climate we searched the South and discovered Greenville. It was the perfect choice for us, temperate but not as cold as the North. We are both life-long gardeners, and I joined a garden club right away to meet people of like minds and become a part of my new community. When I saw Kilgore Lewis House I fell in love with it. I got involved first as a docent for many years, later a hostess for rental events, and am presently the Second Vice-President of the Council. This position serves as Headquarters Chairman securing all service contracts necessary to the operation and maintenance of the house. It also means serving as the go-between with personnel and the Board of Directors. All of the wonderful members are a great help with this often weighty position. Along the way I became a Master Gardener which affords me a better understanding of the plants in this beautiful part of the world.
|WEDDINGS & EVENTS
||HOUSE & GARDENS
|Elegance and spaciousness make the Kilgore-Lewis property a favorite spot for weddings and other events.
||This lovely house and the spring in its gardens are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
||The Kilgore-Lewis House serves as the headquarters of the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs.
Expecting THE ring soon? Kilgore-Lewis, a truly historic house with 3.5 acres of gardens on a small lake, is the ideal place for a wedding day that will be more beautiful than you can dream in a location that is close to downtown but feels like a secret romantic hideaway! Come see for yourself!
E-mail email@example.com, call us at 864-232-3020 or drop by on Wednesdays through Fridays during the hours of 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.