Tuesday, February 9, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
We have arranged a winter treat for you—via Zoom we will visit the SDB Garden at our regular program time (7 pm). Don’t know exactly what to expect, or how it will go, but it will be interesting. The SDBG started making videos featuring parts of their collection when pandemic restrictions cut down on visitation. All programs are one hour. These videos are not based on walks through sections of the garden, but more on topics. We chose “California Natives (19 min.),” and “Proteaceae (30 min).” The family Proteaceae is prominent in the Southern Hemisphere, especially Australia and South Africa, but also India, and SE Asia. The format for this program will be: a docent will give a short introduction to the SDBG, then we will view the videos, and the session will end with a question and answer exchange with the docent (if there is time).
Until it is safe to meet in-person, we will have Zoom meetings for our monthly chapter meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These Zoom meetings are password protected.
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