The Flower, Garden & Nature Society of Northwest Arkansas will meet , to hear "Pink Hates Chartreuse: Thoughts on Color in the Garden". Speaker will be Tom Dillard, an avid gardener, retired head of Special Collections at the University of Arkansas Libraries in Fayetteville, and a historian and specialist on Arkansas history, about which he writes a weekly column for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
The meeting will be held in the Student Center of Northwest Technical Institute at 709 S. Old Missouri Road in Springdale, AR. It is free and open to the public. The meeting will begin at479-361-2198 and onfacebook.com/fgnsofnwa. Info:
An article (link) about Dillard when he retired says that "Dillard is best known as a creator of the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture, which he still serves as founding editor-in-chief, and as creator of the Richard C. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, more commonly known as the Butler Center, in Little Rock. He’s literally a “know-it-all,” when it comes to facts, tidbits and lore about the Natural State."
His history columns can be found on the website for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.