MOMGA Statewide Events

Friends of the Garden Event Calendar

  • Garden Story Time

    Pre-schoolers and family are invited to listen to a garden-themed story followed by a fun craft

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  • Garden Story Time

    Pre-schoolers and family are invited to listen to a garden-themed story followed by a fun craft

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  • Garden Walk and Talk

    Master Gardener Demonstration Garden

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  • Gray/Campbell Farmstead Open House

    Visit with volunteer docents to look inside historic buildings and learn more about life in the

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  • Gigs in the Garden

    About Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and social distance to listen to live, local music in

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  • Gray/Campbell Farmstead Open House

    Visit with volunteer docents to look inside historic buildings and learn more about life in the

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  • Gigs in the Garden

    About Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and social distance to listen to live, local music in

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  • Homeschool Horticulture Series

    School-age kids are invited to a variety of classes about nature. Second Thursday of the month.

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  • Houseplant How-To

    Houseplants are more popular than ever. Learn how to care for their individual needs so they

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  • Garden Story Time

    Pre-schoolers and family are invited to listen to a garden-themed story followed by a fun craft

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Master Gardeners of the Ozarks

Extension Volunteers serving Stone and Taney Counties

Covid-19 Restrictions

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the lastest surge in cases from the Delta variant, conditions and policies at our public events are subject to change, as we try to follow the latest recommendations and/or restrictions published by the University of Missouri Extension, the State of Missouri and any local directives. Call the Extension Office for more information if you have any questions about current policies in force.

Summary of Our Annual Events

Events

spring garden workshop 2010 011We host 3 annual events of interest to our members and the general public: a Spring Workshop, a Garden Tour and a Fall Workshop. We try to have engaging and informative speakers at our workshops, which have become more and more successful each year. Attendance at our  Garden Tours is always ample enough to provide money for our charitable projects.

The money raised from these events is used for our charitable purposes, including a scholarship awarded each year to a College of the Ozarks horicultural undergraduate.

Spring Workshop

Spring Workshop LogoIn the Spring Workshop our desire is to cover topics of interest pertaining to the spring and summer planting and growing seasons.

Our Spring Gardening Workshop is usually held the first or second Saturday of March each year. We try to use a location near Branson, in Taney county for this annual event.

 

Springtime in the Garden

Springtime in the Garden is our annual Plant Sale, but it's so much more. We include Arbor Day and educational activities, fun stuff for the kids and an all-around good time for everyone. Our chapter spends the winter and early spring months preparing plants for sale. There are always wide varieties and good prices.

Watch for this event in late April of each year, held in Forsyth, usually at the Taney County Extension Office near downtown.

Garden Tour

Annual Garden Tour LogoEach year, the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks sponsors a Garden Tour, benefitting our charitable works in Stone and Taney Counties. Most of our proceeds endow a scholarship awarded to horticultural subject majors at College of the Ozarks.

The Tour is usually held in June. Check our website in March or April of each year for information, dates, etc.

 

Fall Workshop

Fall Workshop LogoThe Fall Workshop is hosted every year by the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks. Our aim is to provide an informative session devoted to gardening topics pertaining to the fall and winter seasons and topics to get the gardener ready for spring planting. We try to hold this workshop in Stone county, usually in the Kimberling City area, in late September or early October.

 

Registration

 Advance Registration is required for our annual, paid events, such as our Workshops and Garden Tour.
Registration for our events can be done on-line or by mail. Registration on-line requires filling out a form, paying with a credit card and receiving an email receipt. Paying by mail requires downloading, printing and mailing-in a registration form with payment to the designated address. No receipt is supplied for mail-in registration.

Gardening Programs at KAL

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Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Presents:

Garden Programs at the Kimberling Area Library

April - September
Select Wednesdays
10 AM in the Community Room

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