- Friday, April 19, 2019
Saturday, May 18th
(West parking lot - look for the big bus)
5803 E NW Highway, Dallas, 75213
9:30 AM - ARRIVE at Myers Park, Mckinney, TX
12:00 PM - Catered PICNIC LUNCH at Myers Park Pole Barn
1:15 PM - DEPART Myers Park
1:30 PM - ARRIVE at Pure Land Farm (admission is free to GDOGC
3:30 PM - DEPART Pure Land Farm
Payment is by cash or check, only. Sorry, no credit cards.
You may pay Kelly Giesecke at the April 28th speaker meeting,
or you can pay her at the bus on the morning of the trip.
If you are paying at the bus, please arrive early as a courtesy to the others.
And, if you have any questions - please Contact Kelly at 972 470 0310 (cell)
Don't miss out!
A friendly reminder that the Field Trip is a fun membership perk for paid 2019 members.
If you've already joined or renewed for 2019, THANK YOU.
And if you haven't, it's not too late. We'd love to see you on the trip!
Please either bring your dues and completed membership form
Dont forget, with your paid 2019 membership you can bring a guest!
Acres of preserved nature, award-winning gardens, and spectacular
We'll be touring and enjoying the perennial, annual, shade, children's, grape, vegetable/potager, and herb gardens!
"Myers Park and Event Center was originally created as the Collin County Youth Park in 1969
If you choose, a delicious, locally sourced boxed picnic lunch from Patina Green Home and Market
Complimentary water and iced tea will be provided by the Club.
You may select from the following sandwiches or salad. Each choice is only $15.
- Sandwich choice #1. Hickory smoked ham, farmstead cheese,
- Sandwich choice # 2. Roasted turkey breast, feta, baby arugula,
- Sandwich choice # 3. Pimento cheese, field tomato mixed greens,
- Salad choice. House green salad with pickled cauliflower, carrots,
If you do not wish to purchase lunch, of course you're free to bring your own.
Anyone may also bring their own beverages, but please, alcohol is not allowed.
additional info about Patina Green Home and Market
(please note - admission to the Farm is free to paid 2019 members
This year, they’re focusing on crops that have proven to grow well—
blackberries, melons, summer squash, sweet potatoes, garlic, onions,
kale and hot peppers. They’ll also keep trying new varieties as long as it’s a good fit for their soil..."
Father and daughter agree that they are grateful for how the entire process has unfolded.
“If we had had all the money in the world from day one,” says Megan. “We would have gotten a lot wrong.”
- Edible DFW
additional info on Pure Land Farm