All members who attend are asked to bring a dish that will serve 12-15 for the potluck table.
Meeting location the Administration Building of the Cape Cod Fairgrounds
American Orchid Society Judging
American Orchid Society provides judging to New England, New York and Northern New Jersey.
The Northeast Judging Center of the American Orchid Society sponsors 2 monthly judging events at the following venues:
1) First Saturday of the month - Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Boylston MA
2) Third Saturday of the month - Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens, Stamford, CT
On these days, each site holds educational forums and discussions in the morning beginning at 10:30 on a wide range of topics related to orchid judging. Plants being submitted for judging should arrive no later than noon that day; actual judging of plants begins after a lunch break, generally no later than 1 PM.
In addition to our monthly judging, we participate in a number of orchid shows throughout the center, providing AOS judging as well has taking part in ribbon and trophy judging at the show.
Finally, we have many knowledgeable and helpful individuals in the center who can speak on a wide variety of topics related to orchids and judging. We encourage all of the orchid societies in our region to utilize this resource.
American Orchid Society:
They now have periodic webinars available that are very informative. You will find specific information on their website. www.aos.org.
January 10, 2017. 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.Greenhouse Chat. Presenter Ron McHatton, American Orchid Society Director of Education, and accredited AOS judge, will hold a Q&A session on orchid culture. Advanced Registration (space is limited) required. The webinar is free for everyone. Send your questions to Sandra Tillisch Svoboda by January 5, 2017 to email@example.com Please see the website for additional information and registration. www.aos.org.
January 25, 2017. 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Novelty Cattleyas." Learn about what used to be called, "Novelty Cattleyas." Fred Clarke will explain what parents are best used to create fanciful spotted and splash-petal cattleya hybrids. AOS members only. Advanced Registration (space is limited) required. Please see the website for additional information and registration.www.aos.org.
From Orchid Fever, by Eric Hansen
can get off alcohol, drugs, women, food, and cars, but once you're
hooked on orchids, you're finished. You never get off orchids...never".
CAIOS is an officially affiliated organization of the American Orchid Society and the Orchid Digest.
CAIOS Next Meeting:
Life in Venezuela among the Schomburgkias
January 8, 2017
CAIOS Meetings Begin At 12:00pm:
Administration Building of Cape Cod Fairgrounds, 1220 Nathan Ellis Hwy,
Rt 151 in Falmouth, MA 02536
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