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Philosophers’ Cafe

Join us for monthly discussions and conversation drawing inspiration from philosophy in an open-minded and inviting atmosphere, covering  politics, history and more.  This semester’s topics include:   Fall Events The Great Philosophical Issues of the 21st  Century Date:  November 28 , 2017 Day: Tuesday Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Fee: $5   Location: Cedarbrooke Retirement Residence 32331 [...]

Horticulture in Mission – Trees

Elsie Jack conducts a virtual tour of Mission in order to identify and introduce the audience to trees in the community. She gives information on their historical significance and describes where they are found in Mission. Among the many examples she introduces are Pagoda Trees, the Copper Beech, the Scarlet Oak, the Flowering Dogwood, the Eastern Tulip Tree, the [...]

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Horticulture in Mission – Rhododendrons

A tour of Dr. Jim Marcellus' garden, describing the different types of rhododendrons, hybridizing rhododendrons and propagating, Fern Cliff Gardens, physical description of the flower, survival, Pleka Park, Seado Place, Sawyer’s property, difference between rhododendrons and azaleas, Martin Koop, value of rhododendrons, Dr. McKee, Dick Bill, photographs, Hummingbird Fortune, Mike Trembeth, Professor Hugo Devrese, Alleyne [...]

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