South Sound: Holiday Celebrations and Member Presentations - Olympia

South Sound
December 11, 2017 7:00PM - 9:00PM


Chapter members involved in native plant activities and projects are invited to informally present what they have done or are working on. Presentations can include pictures, slides or other materials and can be as informal as simply speaking about your work. We request that speakers limit their presentations/talks to no more than ten minutes. In addition to these member presentations, we hope to have trip leaders present brief overviews of the trips they have led.

Beverages and door prizes will be provided. Bring your favorite hors d’oeuvre to share.

Location information

Lord Mansion (Capitol Museum Coach House)

Olympia 98501
211 21st Avenue SW

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