Spring Benefit & Luncheon Honoring Greenwood Trustee Louise Moos

Greenwood will be honoring Greenwood Trustee Louise Moos at our Spring Benefit and Luncheon in the garden on May 23. A long-time friend and supporter, Louise is a former educator who also was a principal of a landscape design company. Greenwood has been the beneficiary of her experience and wisdom which she has applied in her roles as an active member of our Executive and Governance Committees. A delicious lunch catered by Holly Guber, floral designs by Kathleen Bourke and Judy Yarnell, and a special silent auction are among the features of this special event to recognize such a valuable member of the Greenwood family.
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BENEFIT COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Elaine Becker, Sofia Blanchard,
Kathleen Bourke, Unni Cooper, Susan Johnson Cynnie Kellogg, Gail Kellogg, Linda Landy,
Ruth Macpherson, Ashley Moos, Cindy Phelan, Marilyn Pfaltz, Lezette Proud, Peggy Shilling, Nancy Schumacher, Judy Yarnell

Plight of the Pollinators & Beyond the Bloom with John Black, President of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey

Wednesday, May 30
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Session 1: 10:00 -11:30 a.m.: Plight of the Pollinators – Natives to the Rescue: Learn what “native plants” are, why pollinators need them and the which ones pollinators depend on for their survival.
11:30-12:30 Lunch
Session 2: 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Beyond the Bloom: Go “beyond” seeing gardens as a collection of pretty flowers. Learn simple steps for turning your garden into a pollinator friendly habitat.
Registration required. $20 members; $25 non-members for each session; Lunch optional: $15
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Members Jazz Picnic

Saturday, June 16
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

We are thrilled to announce that this year, we will dedicate the Jazz Picnic to the memory of the late former Governor Brendan T. Byrne and his wife Ruthi who, together, have been responsible for bringing significant financial support to benefit Greenwood Gardens and our programs. A special tribute will include jazz renditions of popular show music that Governor Byrne so dearly enjoyed throughout his life. Bring your own picnic, blanket, beverage and seating. There will be a Picnic Display competition this year. Greenwood supplies soft drinks and cupcakes.
Valet parking available to first 70 cars registered.
Ticket Prices: Greenwood Gardens members: $20 per person; non-members: $30 per person; Children under 12 free.
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