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MGSOC general meetings are held at the:

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church
5631 North Adams Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI

MGSOC General Meetings are free to MGSOC members and MGSOC members are required to wear their Master Gardener badges. Visitors are welcome and pay $5.00 at the door. Members and visitors, please sign in at the welcome table. There are complimentary refreshments of desserts and drinks served at the MGSOC meetings. Additionally, mini-meals of soup or salads may be purchased for $3.00. For those wishing meals, mini-meals are served at 6 p.m, the business meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Our speakers begin promptly at 7 p.m.  Members making or bringing meal portion salads or soups need not pay the $3.00.

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Route Map to Oakland County Complex – 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac
Oakland County Complex and Extension Office – North Office Building – 26 East
Bower Farm in Bloomfield Hills – 1219 East Square Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills

Event Information:

  • Mon
    06
    Jan
    2020

    Hardy Plant Society Jan Meeting

    7:00 pmCongregational Church of Birmingham

    Documentary Film: ‘the Biggest little Farm"

    7:00 p.m. meeting begins with announcements and raffle
    7:15 p.m. “the Biggest little Farm” movie begins (92 minutes length)
    8:47 p.m. Movie ends

    Congregational Church of Birmingham
    1000 Cranbrook Rd.
    Bloomfield Hills, MI
    48304

    HPS Membership is $15 per year

    There is no additional fee for attending the documentary on Jan. 6
    All are welcome!

    The Wikipedia Link on "the Biggest little Farm”:

    The Biggest Little Farm is a 2018 American documentary film, directed by Emmy Award Winning director John Chester.[4][5] The film profiles the life of married couple Chester and Molly as they acquire and establish themselves on Apricot Lane Farms in MoorparkCalifornia.[6]

    The film premiered at the Telluride Film Festival.[7] It had its second screening at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, where it was named second runner-up for the People's Choice Award: Documentaries.[8] It was selected as the Opening Night film at Doc NYC in November 2018.[9] The film was screened as part of the Spotlight Section at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. It also screened at the 29th New Orleans Film Festival on October 24, 2018.[10]

    The film has been acquired for theatrical distribution by the independent film company Neon,[6] with a projected release date of May 10, 2019 in Los Angeles and New York. The film expanded into Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, Nashville, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington D.C on May 17 and additional markets throughout May and June. The film has been acquired by The Exchange for international distribution.[11]