October 13, 2021 What Locally Grown Honey can do for You, Greg Walter

October 13, 2021

The Garden Club of Oak Park and River Forest celebrates its 104th year in 2021.

The Garden Club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at the Cheney Mansion, 220 N Euclid Ave., Oak Park, with social time and a short business meeting from 12-1 pm; the program begins at 1 pm. Free parking is available on the street.

All are welcome!

October’s program, What Locally Grown Honey can do for You is presented by Gregg Walter.

Often discussed, but frequently not known, are the health benefits of locally-grown honey. Not only can you find iron in that dollop of sweetness you add to your tea, but a whole host of other nutrients. We’ll discuss facts and myths plus many other uses for honey.

Members that would like to volunteer to use their creativity to design and set up the centerpieces and refreshments should contact the Nomination Committee Chair, Kathy English, gcnews@gcoprf.org.

Please direct speaker recommendations to Gayle Hedlund,gcnews@gcoprf.org .