Olympic Peninsula: Annual Holiday Potluck and Slide Show

Olympic Peninsula
December 19, 2017 5:00PM


Set up and socializing starting at 5:00 pm, dinner at 6:00 pm. Celebrate a successful botanical year with good food, good company, and a variety of images. Bring a potluck dish, place setting and  favorite photos.  Bring images of plants from the around the world, across the country or your back yard. Photos should be on either a CD or thumb drive; no more than ten. This is the time when we assess our goals as a group and hold annual elections. Any suggestions regarding projects or field trips are welcome. Contact Ann Weinmann for questions or further information.  360 379-0986

5PM at the Port Townsend Community Center; 620 Tyler St.

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