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					A newsletter for the friends of Deepwood

spring 2009

Upcoming Events
March 28, 11 am-2 pm May 23, 11 am-4 pm July 11 August 1 Erythronium Walk & Native Plant Sale Historic Homes Tour Garden Wine & Food Festival Annual Garden Gala: Sesquicentennial Supper

Focus: Recent Donations
Chocolate dresses and a beautiful chocolate pot. Surely a match made in heaven! Thanks to our generous supporters we recently received a lovely chocolate set from Germany, a extensive set of Havilland china, a beautiful seal coat in pristine condition and an almost new refrigerator for use during weddings. The chocolate set is being highlighted as part of the ―Dearly Beloved‖ exhibit currently on display, alongside vintage cake plates, wedding cake toppers, and brown silk wedding dresses of the late 1800‘s. A special thanks to all who support our mission through donations of time, finances, and items for display or use at Deepwood. We couldn‘t do it without you!

CALENDAR
APRIL April 6 Spring Card Class April 10 Wine Tasting April 13 Cooking Class MAY May 8 May 9/10 May 23 Wine Tasting Mother’s Day Brunch Historic Homes Tour JUNE June 7 June 9 June 12 June 26 Summer Open House Beaded Jewelry Class Wine Tasting Fanciful Fashions Tea

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Spring 2009

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: april—june 2009

Spring Exhibit:

Dearly Beloved …

A special exhibit celebrating Deepwood‘s wedding collection. Vintage dresses, shoes, cake toppers and ephemera on display through mid-June.

Spring Greeting Card Class

Monday, April 6th, 2:00-4:00 PM $14 pp Registration Required Spring & Easter are just around the corner and we've designed a class to cover both. You'll make several festive cards that can be used for Easter or general greetings. The theme? flowers and butterflies of course & we‘ll use new decorative punches, peel offs, glitter and more! Plan for a relaxing afternoon of fun and camaraderie. Bring a dessert to share and Deepwood will provide the tea. Friday, April 10, May 8, June 12, 5:00-7:00 PM $10 pp Reservations Recommended The Willamette Valley is home to an internationally recognized wine producing region currently experiencing phenomenal growth. Join us as we taste the wines of local winemakers , sample small bites and meet new friends. Cooking with Jamie Schulte Monday, April 13th , 11:30-1:30 $ 10 pp Reservations Required Baker par excellence and owner of Queen of Tarts Café, Jamie Schulte will show us how she makes those delicious scones! We‘ll enjoy warm scones, clotted crème and lemon curd after the lesson and you‘ll leave with several recipes to impress your company. Limited seating Saturday, May 9th , 11:00 –1:00 PM OR Sunday, May 10th, 11:00-1 PM $30 pp, Reservations Required Mothers are to be celebrated! Bring a mother, bring a daughter or bring a friend and celebrate their unique gifts at our annual champagne buffet with music. Follow the tea with a free carriage ride at Bush House if you like. Why not surprise her with both events for a relaxing and special day? Saturday, May 23, 11-4 PM $20 pp day of event/$18 advance purchase The oldies are still the greatest! Join us for a visit to some of Salem‘s finest homes during National Preservation Month. Marvel at the construction and craftsmanship of years gone by and enjoy homes in the Fairmount and Central Districts. Ticket purchases benefit the Friends of Deepwood. Start the tour at Deepwood to collect your map and tickets. Please call if you have additional questions. Salem Historic Homes Tour—2009 Mother’s Day Brunch Wine Tasting

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SPRING 2009

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: APRIL—JUNE 2009
Sunday, June 7th, 11-3 PM FREE Tour the house and gardens free of charge! Deepwood volunteers will be available to answer questions about the house and our current Exhibit. Beaded Jewelry Class Tuesday, June 9th, 6-8 PM $20.00 Registration Required Learn the basics of bead stringing and wire work in this class. Excellent for those who want to take the first step in creating beaded jewelry. Leave with at least one bracelet and a pair of earrings! Taught by Alex Taylor, owner of the Bead Trunk with over 15 years of beading experience. $20 plus materials. Class limited to 8 people. Fanciful Fashions Tea Friday, June 26th, 11:30—2 PM $30.00 pp Reservations Required Kay Demlow of Lavender‘s Green Historic Clothing presents a lively discussion and fashion show featuring clothing and other items from the 1890‘s through the 1930‘s. The fashion show will be accompanied by a delicious 3 course tea served in the Deepwood Gardens, weather permitting. Deepwood Summer Open House

The sun was warm but the wind was chill. You know how it is with an April day When the sun is out and the wind is still, You‘re one month on in the middle of May. But if you so much as dare as to speak, A cloud comes over the sunlit arch, A wind comes off a frozen peak, And you‘re two months back in the middle of March
Robert Frost from Two Tramps in Mud Time (1936)

Extra Microwave? Quiltopia:

Do you have an extra microwave that you‘re not using? Deep-

wood could use a small, light-weight microwave for some quick zapping! If you can donate one, give us a call: 503-363-1825. Thanks! Deepwood will be joining Salem ‗s 3rd Annual Quiltopia with a tea & quilt

exhibit in October which raises funds for Stop Autism Now. Do you have a family quilt you would like to loan for display during the exhibit? We would love to share its history with the community and Quilts will be treated with TLC!

1116 MISSION STREET SE SALEM, OR 97302 Phone: 503-363-1825 Email: visit@historicdeepwoodestate.org www.historicdeepwoodestate.org

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 386 Salem, OR

DEEPWOOD TOUR HOURS April 1st to May 15th Wednesday, Thursday, & Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm May 15th to September 15th Sunday thru Friday Noon to 4:00 pm (Tours depart on the hour) The Deepwood Gardens are open dawn to dusk daily at no charge.

Letter from the Editor
The squirrels are back looking for food and purple and yellow crocuses are pushing through the soil here at Deepwood. How did they know it was Fat Tuesday and that the Mardi Gras colors are also purple, yellow and green? Spring is the season of new beginnings when we come out of hibernation, refreshed and ready to go to work. It‘s a time of excitement and change and I personally am full of hope and optimism. I hope you are too! We are planning on a full summer here at Deepwood with garden events, teas and classes. This summer, we will hold our 3rd Annual Wine Food Festival on July 11th and in keeping with Oregon‘s Big Birthday, our Garden Gala on August 1st will be Sesquicentennial Country Supper with reduced pricing so that you can enjoy this event with your family. More details to follow, just mark your calendar now and help us raise funds for the Friends in this challenging year. Bring your camera to the nature trail and come see what‘s blooming behind the greenhouse. If you haven‘t been there for awhile you might be surprised by all of new growth. Very Truly Yours, Lois Cole

New and Renewing Members Ken Ammann, P.C., Alan & Sharlen Bennett, Lori Bowman, Valentine Chadwick, Sally Cummins, Lynne Dagg, Betty DeHamer, Marie Fackler, Tom & Ethelwyne Golden, James & Judy Heltzel, Leticia Horsky, Gayle Korfhage, Ellen Langsather, Bill & Mary Mainwaring, Mary Jane McIntee, Jackie Nunez, Catherine Quinn, Pat Ridgeway, Virginia Russell, River City Machines, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Scheyer, Frances & Don Showman, Mary Slater, Marian Thearle, Robert & Dina Yerex


				
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