Anderson Mill

The Anderson Mill Gardeners
13974 FM 2769
Volente, TX 78641
 512-258-2613‎
AMGC@volente.org

The purpose of our club is to preserve the history of the Anderson Mill and to promote Gardening for the beautification of our landscape
Our member dues are $35 a year.  
Our annual quilt raffle helps support college scholarships which we have awarded every year since 1977.  
 Guests are welcome at our meetings; email or call for more info.

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2016 Schedule
Meeting Schedule
 Member luncheon meetings are always at noon, second Thursday of the month


FEBRUARY 11
"Update Safe Haven"
David Gomez, Safe Haven

MARCH 10              
"Our Golden-Checked Warblers"
Julia Land, AMGC

APRIL 14
Native Wildflowers
Theresa Rooney, Master Naturalist

MAY 12
Honoring of scholarship recipients, drawing of quilt winner

JUNE  09
“Easy Edibles”
Judy Barrett, http://homegrowntexas.com

JULY- no meeting

AUGUST 11  
Rare and Interesting Plants of the Edwards Plateau”
Bill Carr

SEPTEMBER 08
To be announced

OCTOBER 13
Master Gardener Winola Van ArtsDalen

NOVEMBER 10
Tales from Pioneer Texas Ginger Gerstenberg, AMGC

DECEMBER 08
Christmas party (Spouses Invited!) Program to be announced, potluck luncheon

JANUARY 12, 2017
Installation of New Officers

OPEN HOUSES

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 20 - Plant Sale

APRIL 24
             
MAY 22

JUNE 26

JULY 24

AUGUST 28 - Ice Cream Social

SEPTEMBER 25 
        
OCTOBER 23 - 
Quilt Display

Legends Book Cover
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/

Here is a map: