Hosted by The University of Texas Center for American History and its Winedale Division in Round Top, Texas, in cooperation with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System, The Herb Society of America, Pioneer Unit, International Festival-Institute at Round Top and the Pioneer Arts Foundation.
Friday, October 26, 200l - Garden tour in the afternoon, reception & dinner in the evening
Participants will have the option of self-guided tours in the Round Top area, followed by reception and dinner planned by Gwen Barclay in the Menke House, Festival Hill, and a program by Bob French, meteorologist, on ‘Texas Weather: Hit Or Myth’
- Saturday, October 27, 2001 - Speakers & rare plant sale at Winedale
- Registration will begin at 8:30, followed by presentations by Dr. Sam Cotner, Vegetables in Your Ornamental Garden,’ Sally Kittredge Reeves, ‘Gardening By The Moon,’ Barney Lipscomb, ‘Poisonous Plants,’ Scott Ogden, ‘Plants for the Dry Years,’ and Greg Grant, ‘Fragrant Plants.’
For registration forms and information about overnight accommodations, please contact Gloria Jaster at the UT Winedale Center (979) 278-3530 or fax (979)278-3531.
Register early - space is limited. Click HERE to view further information and registration form.