Del Mar Rose Society invites all interested to March 28 meeting

The Del Mar Rose Society presents Jim Horacek, manager of Armstrong Nursery, Del Mar, who will speak about “Everything you need to know about growing beautiful roses.”  The meeting is on Thursday, March 28, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Del Mar Powerhouse, 1658 Coast Boulevard, Del Mar.

For more information call Stevie Hall, vice president – membership, 858-794-0111.  Or contact membership@delmarrosesociety.org.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Rose Society Pot Luck Party; Group Presents Award to Kristen Drucker
  2. New Garden Club for Torrey Hills/Carmel Valley area to hold meeting Oct. 18
  3. Del Mar City Council to hold March 9 meeting on proposed fairgrounds purchase
  4. Back yard birding to be topic for Carmel Valley Garden Club meeting
  5. May Day Garden Party fundraiser to be held at the Powerhouse

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