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Curious about climate change but turned off by the politics?  Don’t miss this terrific program presented by C-Change Conversations!



Monday, October 28that 7:00 p.m.
Nazareth College Arts Center / Peace Theater (this event is free and open to the public/parking is available in Lot A)

Allyn’s Creek Garden Club is pleased to host this dynamic and completely non-partisan discussion of climate change.  The “C-Change Primer”presentation, with speaker Kim Haren, provides an accessible overview of the science behind climate change and a clear-eyed assessment of the potential risks ahead. It frames climate change in terms of the three areas that are important to so many Americans, jobs and the economy, health and personal security, and terrorism, the refugee crisis, and geopolitical security.  Please join us, and participate in the conversation.

C-Change Conversations, a Princeton, NJ-based nonprofit organization, developed the Primer in consultation with independent climate scientists and public …

GCA Zone III Flower Show

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It was a privilege for Allyn’s Creek Garden Club to co-host the 2019 Garden Club of America Zone III (New York State) Flower Show, in conjunction with the Rochester Garden Club. The Ripple Effect took place on June 21-21 at The Strahallan Rochester Hotel Century Club, 566 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607. 
“The purpose of a flower show is threefold: to set standards of artistic and horticultural excellence; to broaden knowledge of horticulture, floral design, conservation, photography and related disciplines; and to share the beauty of a show with fellow club members and with the public.” (The GCA Flower Show and Judging Guide, July 2018 Edition)

FLOWER SHOW Floral designs included the following categories: Ripple Effect – underwater designs A Day at our Great Lakes – exploring the multitude of adventures experienced on the shores of Lake Ontario Droplets and Trickles – miniature designs
Horticulture categories included displays of flowering trees and shrubs, perennials and biennials…