Program Handouts & Links

Below is a list of program handouts and links. These items can also be found under the Photo Albums & Videos section(s) of the website (by date: year, month) which might include more information and photos from the program or event.


2017 SPICES & RUBS

February 27, 2017 — Mark Beres, CEO & co-founder of Flying Leap Vineyards: presentation included their Arizona Rubs product line and new distillery in Elgin, AZ. «FLV Handout»


2016 MEMBERSHIP BRUNCH  · President Carol Mutter’s presentation

October 31, 2016 — Access president Carol Mutter’s presentation from the brunch by clicking «HERE».


TUMACOOKERY SPIRALIZING DEMO

August 29, 2016 — Randy Wade, owner/manager of Tumacookery and his assistant Jeri for entertains TWOQC by they providing a cooking demonstration and tasting, along offering his tips, tricks and taboos of spiralizing. This method of turning vegetables and fruits into noodles allows cooks of all skill levels to whip up creative, healthy, and delicious meals. For those of you that did not receive a hard copy of the recipe and Tumacookery’s upcoming cooking classes please find them by clicking these links:  Spiralizing Recipe ::: Sept 2016 Classes


BEST HIDDEN TREASURES OF SO. ARIZONA

November 16, 2015 — Jim Gressinger, travel writer and the publisher of Southern Arizona Guide, will talk about The Best Hidden Treasures of Southern Arizona. His website is a wealth of information recommended dining & lodging; and things to see and do. Check it out here: http://soazguide.com/.

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DRESSING ON A SHOESTRING

September 28, 2015 — Tammi Graham from JusTammi’s Boutique demonstrated how to take clothing from past seasons, making it look brand new (thus saving money) and how mixing and matching items and coordinating accessories can create a stylish age-appropriate wardrobe.

Mention that you are a member of The Women of Quail Creek and receive a 20% discount on your purchases. (Thank you, Tammi!) 


BITES, STINGS, & SCRATCHES

August 31, 2015 — The program featured naturalist Jeff Babson. In his talk, Bites, Stings and Scratches, Jeff investigated the plants and animals in the Sonoran desert that protect themselves in ways that are extremely unpopular with humans.

Attendees learned all about the well-fortified flora and fauna that dwell in the desert—bees, scorpions, rattlesnakes, poison ivy, and many others. Here is Jeff’s presentation handout: Jeff Babson on Biters, Stingers, & Itchers


GETTING YOUR GARDEN READY FOR MONSOON

May 18, 2015 — Civano’s horticulturist and landscape designer, Eric Clark, has been designing gardens for the past 25 years. His expert knowledge of the southern Arizona unique climate makes him the ultimate Southwest designer. Here are handouts Eric provided at the program: Civano Garden handouts


VISIT TUCSON

January 26, 2015 — The meeting featured Anne Maxon from the VisitTucson organization. Anne shared the following:

  • many fascinating attractions and cuisine to be found around town.
  • great restaurants to try, “off the beaten track” fun activities, the art and cultural scene and interesting day trips.
  • how to use the website for VisitTucson to find topics such as 100 Things to do and 23 miles of great Mexican food.
  • Things to do: Real Deals in the Tucson Region

CONTAINER GARDENING

September 29, 2014 — Linda Strader has lived in Arizona since 1972 and has been gardening for more than 28 years. A landscape architect, certified arborist, and author, Linda teaches classes for everyone in desert plant care for Green Valley Recreation, and provides services in landscape design. She presented container gardening techniques at the September meeting.

Here are the links for the four downloadable handouts (in Word) Linda provided at the meeting:
Container_Garden_Handout · Handout-vegetable_and_herb_list
Insect_pest_list · REFERENCES_AND_RESOURCES


YUM YUM, KITCHEN FUN!

July 2014 — Randy Wade, owner/manager of Tumacookery focused on using new food preparation tools and products to make time spent in the kitchen both fun and easy. During a cooking demonstration, Randy prepared a dessert similar to Bananas Foster, called Caribbean Treat, for all attendees to taste. At the end of the meeting, there was a drawing for door prizes of items from Tumacookery.

Randy has a long and interesting background in the culinary arts. He enjoys cooking, loves to eat, and delights in finding and selling just the right tools for specific kitchen tasks. Anyone who has visited the store knows that it is one of the shopping treasures of Tubac.

Randy offered the Bananas Foster recipe (link is below) and he also offered to sell our cookbooks in his store.  Download Bananas Foster Recipe


COOL HANDY CACTUS

To print this article, please click on the CoolHandyCactus.

November 14, 2011 — Winterizing your Cacti and Succulents

Mark Sitter, B & B Cactus Farm  ·  11550 E Speedway Blvd · Tucson, Arizona
(520) 721-4687   ·   www.bbcactus.com

COLD HARDY LANDSCAPE CACTUS FOR SOUTHERN ARIZONA

  • Trichocereus Hybrids-Hybrid Torch Cactus
  • Trichocereus terscheckii-Argentine Saguaro
  • Thelocactus macdowellii-Chihuahuan Snow Ball
  • Thelocactus bicolor-Glory of Texas
  • Mammillaria rubragrandis-Pincushion
  • Oreocereus celsianus-Old Man of the Andes
  • Echinocactus grusonii-Golden Barrel
  • Echinocereus triglochidiatus-Claret Cup Hedgehog
  • Ferocactus pilosus-Red Spined Barrel
  • Ferocactus wislizeni-Fishhook Barrel

Frost Cloth · Christmas Lights · Styrofoam Cups


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