Member luncheon meetings are always at noon, second Thursday of the month
"Spring Gardening in Our Area"
Zel Heaney, Countryside Nursery
"Protecting Our Wild Honeybees"
American Honey Bee Protection Agency
“Writing Our Local History”
Author of Hudson Bend and the
Birth of Lake Travis
Honoring of scholarship recipients, drawing of quilt winner
“Anderson Mill’s Historical Status”
Travis County Historical Commission
JULY- no meeting
“Prehistoric Skeleton Discovered In Lake Travis!”
Andy Malof, LCRA Senior Archeologist
“Butterflies in the Wild”
Erin Cord, Balcones Canyonlands Preserve
“Veggies, Chickens, and Horses On RR 2769!”
Kim Graboski, Head Gardener, Travaasa Farm
“Overwintering Your Cactus and Succulents”
Jeff Pavlet, Austin Cactus and Succulent Society
Christmas party (Spouses Invited!) Program to be announced, potluck luncheon
JANUARY 14, 2016
Installation of New Officers
The Anderson Mill and Robinson Museum are open to the public
The 4th Sunday of each month--March thru October
2 P.M. until 5 P.M.
We are open for group tours by appointment.
MARCH 22 - Plant Sale
AUGUST 23 - Ice Cream Social
OCTOBER 26 - Quilt Display
|A Legend Collection: Fact and Fantasy was updated and reprinted in 2008. It is a historical book originally published by the club in 1981. It is a fascinating collection of personal accounts written and collected by club members. It is available at the Anderson Mill Garden Club during events and also through any member for only $15 per copy.
Rex Jackson has been documenting the process of restoring the Nordyke and Marmon Gristmill originally used by Miss Minnie to grind corn during the 1920’s
Follow his blog at http://millrestoration.blogspot.com/