Tillamook County Master Gardener Association

 

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Tillamook County Master Gardener Association (TCMGA) is a non-profit, educational organization that helps to promote the OSU Extension Service Master Gardener Program and provides opportunities for additional educational training throughout the year. 

TCMGA is a countywide organization based in Tillamook County.  Membership is open to anyone completing the Oregon State University Extension Service Master Gardener classes and residing in or about Tillamook County.  The membership year begins January 1st and runs through December 31st.

 

TCMGA Hosts Annual Gardeners’ Tea

 
The Tillamook County Master Gardener Association will host their Annual Gardeners’ Tea on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at the Church of the Nazarene, 2611 3rd St., Tillamook.

This year’s Gardeners’ Tea theme will be the traditional ‘Afternoon Tea’, modeled after the original teas served in Great Britain.  It will be an occasion for attendees to wear their finery and enjoy an afternoon of warmth and hospitality with friends, family and that special child in your life.  There will be a prize awarded for the best hat worn to the event so begin your selection now! The outstanding cooks and bakers comprising the TCMGA membership will serve a variety of tasty sandwiches, scones, pastries and desserts and of course, a selection of excellent teas.
 
Admission tickets are $12 when purchased in advance through the outlets listed below.  Tickets purchased at the door will be $14.  Reservations for tables of 8 may be made in advance through all outlets except when purchased on line.  Each admission will include 2 raffle tickets for items donated by TCMGA members and local businesses.  Additional raffle tickets may be purchased during the event.
 
Doors open at 12:30 pm with serving beginning at 1:15pm.  We would like all of you to be our guests for an afternoon of socializing, good food and an opportunity to support TCMGA’s programs. 

To purchase your tickets now, click on the Eventbrite button.  It will take you to our Eventbrite web page where you can securely purchase your Gardener's Tea ticket on line.  Be sure to print off the ticket when you receive it and present at the door. 

Eventbrite - TCMGA's Annual Gardener's Tea

 

Tickets may also be purchased at the following outlets:

•    On line through our Facebook page -https://www.facebook.com/tillamookmastergardeners.
•    Pioneer Museum, 2106 2nd Street, Tillamook, OR
•    North County – Cammy Hickman (503-961-2212)
•    South County – Deb Lincoln (503-392-0931)
•    Tillamook County Extension Office November 3 – 6, 1pm – 4pm
 
Additional information about the Gardeners’ Tea can be found by calling Cammy Hickman – 503-961-2212 
 
All proceeds benefit scholarships for Tillamook County residents and local Master Gardener Programs. TCMGA is a non-profit educational organization that helps to promote the OSU Extension Service Master Gardener Program.

 

TCMGA Activities & Resources 

What Master Gardeners are Doing This Month

Learning Garden

TCMGA Special Events

TCMGA Market Place

TCMGA Officers & Committees

TCMGA Forms

TCMGA Members' Page (password required)

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Tillamook High School FFA

Hanging spring baskets

Hidden Acres

Fertilizer, potting soils, planters, trellises

Tillamook County

SPUD-ZZY DESIGNS 

Jewelry from Potatoes!

The Lighthouse

Decorative wooden lighthouses and tire planters

 

 

Master Gardener

Association (TCMGA)

OYA

Hypertufa containers with sedums and succulents

Wild Rain Gallery

Assorted  Garden art pieces

Plant Sale

Saturday May 4th, 2013

Tillamook 4-H

Beverages, snacks, hot dogs

 

Ethyl’s Fabrics

Crocheted rag rugs, aprons, pot holders

9 am – 2 pm

 

The Pavilion

Tillamook County Fairgrounds

Herbs, Vegetable Starts, Perennials, Natives, Garden Art, Bird Houses,

“garden- related” Garage Sale, Master Gardener Help Desk,

and Invasive plant information.

 

TCMGA is a non-profit organization.   Proceeds fund scholarships for Tillamook residents.

 

                                         

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