The Taber Museum hosted Rosemary Nevil Holmes at its Coffee Hour on Thursday, May 13, 2021. Rosemary spoke on the topic of “Celebrating Springtime with Flowers.”
The presentation included demonstrations of various forms of flower arrangement. Rosemary created 15 different arrangements. Over 40 guests attended the talk, and the floral arrangements were raffled off to 15 lucky attendees at the conclusion of the presentation.
Rosemary is the owner of “Rosemary’s Thyme” which specializes in floral design. Her shop is located on Peters Alley in Montoursville, the location of the original Nevil’s Flowers where Rosemary’s career began within the family business. The shop celebrated over fifty years of serving area clients’ weddings, funerals, and happy occasions. After a period of retirement, she opened “Rosemary’s Thyme”. She is currently President of the Montoursville Garden Club.
The lecture will be the third of fourteen lectures throughout the year, combining the Thursday morning Coffee Hours with Sunday afternoon Society Programs. The Lecture Series is sponsored by the Woodcock Foundation for the Appreciation of the Arts.