The North American Clivia Society invites members of the IBS and PBS to join us in a symposium celebrating "Clivias around the World" on July 8th, 2012. This will be a rare opportunity to meet and hear David Banks, one of the premier Clivia hybridizers in Australia talk about his work. In addition James Comstock who rarely ever speaks on his Clivia breeding program has been persuaded to talk about some of his hybrids. The admission price of $30 covers the cost of lunch. You need to register on the North American Clivia Society webpage. http://www.northamericancliviasociety.org/home.php Click on the button at the bottom of the page to buy admission. Deadline will be June 30th for registration, the Symposium will be at the Botany Building. Deadline is so we can cater the correct number of lunches. No admissions will be available without registration. Please print out and bring your PayPal receipt to the event as your admission ticket. As each receipt will act as a single ticket, please buy tickets one at a time in separate PayPal transactions, and place the ticket holder's name in the SHIP TO: box. Admission tickets cover Lunch and Admission to the Huntington Grounds. Gates open at 10:00am, with activities beginning at the Botany Building at 10:30am and concluding around 4:00pm. See you there: Harold Koopowitz >On Sunday, July 8, 2012 the North American Clivia Society is >sponsoring a symposium, "Clivia Around the World". This one-day >event will be held at The Huntington; Library, Art Collections, and >Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, California 91108. >Scheduled speakers at the event include Harold Koopowitz on New >Zealand Clivia, James Comstock on A Work in Progress, Marilyn >Paskert on Japanese Clivia, and David Banks on Australian Clivia. >Catered lunch and admission to the Huntington grounds are included >in the registration fee of $30.00. Gates open at 10:00am, with >activities beginning at 10:30am and concluding around 4:00pm. All >registrations must be made and paid for in advance. No registrations >will be sold at the door. North American Clivia Society membership >is not required. The registrar for the event is Tom Wells. > >Please contact Tom with any questions at email@example.com .