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DATE

PRESENTATION

DETAILS

September 17, 2017

Munikazu Eriji Suwada Orchids (Japan)

Hybridizing cattleyas at Suwada

October 15, 2017

Peter and Inge Poot (Toronto, SOOS)

Coryanthes, “the bucket orchid”

November 19, 2017

Sam Tsui

OrchidinUSA

To be announced. (Details will be provided in Spike before the meeting)

December 17, 2017

Christmas social

The December meeting will be our annual Christmas Social, a time for everyone to meet up with old friends, new members, exchange orchid tales, engage in good cheer, indulge in fine Christmas snacking and try your luck with the Christmas raffle. All are most cordially invited to bring treats and sweets for the snack table and your donations to the Christmas raffle table would be most welcome.

January 14, 2018

Workshops

This meeting will feature hands-on sessions about various aspects of orchid growing including: pests and diseases; repotting; hybridization. This is your chance to learn from the experts.

February 18, 2018

Society auction

 

The object is to raise money to augment the cost of monthly speakers and other expenses associated with running the Society.

March 18,  2018

Leslie Ee

(SOOS)

To be announced. (Details will be provided in Spike before the meeting)

April 15, 2018

No meeting

There will be no regular Sunday meeting this month because the Show is coming up next weekend (April 21-22)

April 21-22, 2018

Annual Show

 

May 20, 2018

Elisio Telon

To be announced. (Details will be provided in Spike before the meeting)

Of course, every meeting also includes all our usual features such as the show table, raffle and plants for sale, as well as the chance to meet other members and share your experiences. Most meetings will also feature our popular “Orchids 101” presentations, intended mainly for new members.

We will provide details of this season’s meetings as they are firmed up, as well as any "extra-curricular activities" that are planned. Meetings are also announced in Spike, with full details about the speaker and the topics to be covered.