By Bill Hunter Mr. Hunter, Director of the South Haven Department of Public Works, will discuss current City plans including recently mandated projects due to new state requirements influenced by the Flint water crisis. Tea following program.
We offer many diverse programs to our members and guests. A listing of our past programs is below. Please come join us in the future.
By Chef Josh Musinski Chef, baker, farmer and owner of Water and Wheat Vegan Cafe in Coloma, Josh Musinski, has a rich background in plant-based cuisine. Josh will share his perspectives with us along with some samples that will amaze you. Tea following program.
By Janice Wick Returning to Scott Club by popular request, the Butterfly Lady, Janice Wick, will explain how monarchs prepare and navigate for migration and will let you know how you can help ensure a successful migration. Janice will have monarch conservation information sheets available along with Common and Swamp Milkweed seeds to share. Let’s think spring and prepare for the upcoming monarch season. Tea following program.
Rufus Ferguson will kick off the Scott Club Concert Series with a delightful evening of jazz. Rufus lives and performs regularly in Kalamazoo and has recorded with many other jazz musicians in the area. He is also an arranger and composer and teaches at the Jazz and Creative Institute in Kalamazoo. Free and Open to All. This concert is presented in collaboration with Foundry Hall. Funded in part by grants from Entergy Palisades Power Plant and the Greater South Haven Area Community Foundation.