COMPLETE MOMS EVENT CALENDAR
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Saturday 12/7/2019 Time: 10:00 AM
CLASS: 10 Common Edible Mushrooms of Missouri
Location: Kansas City Public Library - Trails West Branch; 11401 E 23rd St, Independence, MO 64052
Presented by: Kansas City Chapter
Attendance: Members only
Registration: Please contact the person listed below
Fee: No charge
Contact person: Brittany Martinez
Contact email/phone: firstname.lastname@example.org / 816-695-3037
"10 Common Edible Mushrooms of Missouri" is our last of four classes presented each year at most of our chapters. Check out our list of mushrooms covered at each of the classes. Only members can attend these classes, but it’s simple to become a member. For additional information or to reserve your spot at the class, check with the contact person listed above.
Tuesday 1/7/2020 Time: 6:00 PM
BiMonthly Meeting - ANNUAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Location: Powder Valley Nature Center at 11715 Cragwold Rd, Kirkwood, MO
Presented by: St. Louis Chapter
Attendance: Members and non-members are welcome
Registration: Not required
Fee: No charge
Contact person: Sonja Pelli
Contact email/phone: email@example.com
Please come to our Annual Board Meeting that will also be our January Bi-monthly Meeting. The annual meeting provides an opportunity to learn about all aspects of MOMS' work and gives members the opportunity to have a say. We’ll be talking about upcoming events, committees and elect new board members and officers.
There will be updates on current projects and upcoming activities like the NAMA 2020 foray in Missouri planning and exciting progress with the Mycoflora Project.
After the meeting, we typically go to Mellow Mushroom for food and drink.
Sunday 2/16/2020 Time: 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM
The ANNUAL WINTER LUNCHEON
Location: 1918 Exchange Building at Jefferson Barracks; 224 Worth Rd; St. Louis, MO 63125
Presented by: St Louis Chapter
Attendance: Members and their guests are welcome
Registration: Registration required and opens December 1st (limit 100 attendees).
Fee: early bird (deadline Jan 26th) members: $10, non-members $15; late registration (Jan 27th-Feb 9th)members $15, non-members $20
Contact person: Stephanie Keil
Contact email/phone:firstname.lastname@example.org / 314-249-3067
Big Welcome to Dr. M. Catherine Aime, our speaker at the Winter Luncheon 2020.
“She is the most exciting woman mycologist in the world right now” –Britt Bunyard
We are happy to be invited back this year to the Missouri Civil War Museum in Jefferson Barracks. Entrance to the museum is included with your admission. The Luncheon is held next door in the 1918 Exchange Building. Space is limited to 100 and this event has the largest number of MOMS members and their guests attending. If you find you are able to attend after the deadline, you must contact Registration Chair, Renee Bomanz, to check on availability (314-503-6837). No one will be admitted without a reservation. You will receive an email to confirm receipt of your reservation. At the luncheon, we’ll check you in as you arrive. Volunteers will be needed to set up at 11am. If you’d be so kind, on the form, please indicate your willingness to help.
Be sure to bring a dish that you are proud to share…and is enough to share. Bring an entrée, appetizer, side, salad, or dessert. Please also provide an index card with the name of your dish, its ingredients or the recipe (to alert those with food restrictions), and your name (so we can tell you how delicious it is!) Bring an extension cord if you require electricity to keep it hot. There is no cooking or food prep on site. Bring your own drinks. Alcohol is okay. Homemade beer, wine, and other concoctions are very welcome. The club provides hot tea, water, ice, and coffee. We ask you to bring your own tableware, silverware and glassware. It’s sustainable and it’s fun to see the mix of china.
Renee Bomanz, our auction organizer, is counting on you to bring auction items like dried morels, field guides, baskets, artwork and jewelry. We’ll also have donated items such as restaurant gift certificates, wine, soap and more. When the bidding closes, if you are the highest bidder, you’ll own what you fancy. Don’t forget your checkbook or cash to purchase your winnings.