The Dublin, Texas Garden Club held its February meeting at the new Ben Hogan Museum in downtown Dublin.
The Dublin Historical Society extended the invitation for the group to hold its monthly meeting at the museum as part of its “get acquainted with our assets” program.
Speaker was James Kimbel, owner of Scott’s Flowers on the Square in Stephenville. Mr. Kimbel demonstrated two different types of floral arrangements, one a hand-built bouquet featuring blooms of blue and purple flowers, and the other a parallel design (shown in picture) with multi-colored blooms. As he created the arrangements, he discussed the different flowers he was using and how to keep a floral arrangement looking fresh.
Garden Club president Kathryn Prater presided over the meeting which featured a Valentine theme. Refreshments were provided by Mrs. Prater and Jean Thiebaud with a fruit plate created by Teri Carsten of Chigger Ranch.
Small groups which would like to meet at the Hogan Museum may call Karen at 254 445-1919 to make arrangements. The museum will host the Red Hatters later this month for a showing of “Follow the Sun” (the Ben Hogan story).