This time an opportunity for a hands on workshop with RuthL.
Sue Mayne kicks off the first workshop in the Flower Design Series.
Kokedama workshop.
Everyone has fun at the May Market.
A sampling of prizes awarded during the Club's Annual Meeting Luncheon. 
Members share ideas during the interactive container planting demo.
June 2016 Garden Tour fun even with a few raindrops
Engrossed by the art of Ellen Hoverkamp at the Nov 2016 meeting.
Impromptu field trip to 2016 Festival of Flowers Springfield Museums.
Members make boxwood wreathes and trees to take home plus an extra one to sell at the Suffield Winter Farmer's Market.
During the December 2016 meeting Master Floral Designer RuthL created 8 (or was it 9?) arrangements while sharing stories of her experiences working at the White House.. Everyone admired the beautiful creations, which were each taken home by a lucky attendee.
Field trip to the Florence Griswold Museum Wee Faerie Village....complete with wings
June 2016 Field Trip to Marci Martin's rose garden. Marci was the speaker at our September 2016 twilight meeting.

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Difficult lighting does not do justice to the many beautiful ikibana designs created in the second  Flower Design Series workshop. ‚Äč
We may work hard, but we have fun too. This is just a sample of activities when someone had a camera...and thought to use it.
Thanksgiving centerpiece workshop was a success for all.
2016 FGCCT Awards Luncheon
Letting our hair down at the June 2017 Garden Party
Judy Hamner, new President (left) with Kathy Remington, past President at the June 2017 Annual Meeting.
More than a dozen creations were entered in the mini-exhibit design judging held at the October twilight meeting that day.