Local Flowers Workshop with Ponderosa & Thyme

Tuesday, June 16th at 10:00 am

In the Gardens and Historic Home

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As a part of Deepwood’s Culture Tea series, enjoy a hands-on workshop focused on locally sourced and native plants and flowers with the talented Katie Davis. Following the workshop there will be a three-course tea intimately set in the 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home of Deepwood. Learn about the beautiful historic gardens and nature trails, a little bit of Salem History and cultivate your artistic side with this special collaboration between Ponderosa & Thyme and Deepwood Museum & Gardens.




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$150 per person
Members receive a $10 discount code sent via email

Questions?
call us at (503) 363.1825 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Earth Day Kids’ Scavenger Hunt

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Think about it!


We want children to experience the wonder of nature at our Earth Day scavenger hunt, part of our brand new kids’ program, Nature EDventures. We’ll take kids on a guided nature trail walk, visit the green house, and have other creative activities! Our goal is to get kids to think about Earth Day by experiencing nature in their own hands-on way. See you in the gardens!


Easter Egg Hunt and Alice’s Mad Hatter Tea Party

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Alice Brown lived in Deepwood for many years with her children. We heard that on Easter, she hid colored eggs in flower beds of the same color for her kids to find. This Easter Holiday, we’ll go easier on the kids!
Come down to Deepwood with your children for our Easter Egg Hunt and Alice Brown’s very own “Mad Hatter Tea Party.” This is an Alice In Wonderland themed event, and costumes are encouraged! See you on the lawn!


No cheating, or it’s “off with your head!”

Easter Egg Hunt Free
Tea Cost TBD


2015 Heritage Talk Series - #3 - Lynne Richardson

Tue. March 24th, 2015
3:00 pm - Matinee Presentation
6:00 pm - Regular Presentation

Intimately set in the 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home of Deepwood

Cowgirls and Ranch Women

Pioneers Pushing Gender Boundaries

Cowgirls appeared on the American frontier in the mid-1800’s.  During a time when women were expected to act ladylike, sew, serve tea in the parlor, and care for her husband and family, cowgirls lived on the fringes of society working stock alongside the cowboys and were determined and spirited pioneers.  Deepwood Executive Director Lynne Richardson will present stories and images of the early cowgirls of the American West who worked on ranches, performed in Wild West shows and competed in rodeos, while discussing their impact on re-defining gender roles.

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Eventbrite - Heritage Talk #3 - Cowgirls and Ranch Women - 3 to 5 pm


Eventbrite - Heritage Talk #3 - Cowgirls and Ranch Women - 6 to 8 pm

Members - FREE
Non-Members - $6

Questions? Call us at (503) 363-1825 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Erythronium Native Plant Sale

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Celebrate the Vernal equinox with our annual Erythronium Native Plant Sale! We will have a garden-themed tea, native plant walks, and we’ll be hosting a sale of various native plants in the greenhouse. Come find your inner gardener and drop by our two-day event!


Erythronium Native Plant Sale

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Celebrate the Vernal equinox with our annual Erythronium Native Plant Sale! We will have a garden-themed tea, native plant walks, and we’ll be hosting a sale of various native plants in the greenhouse. Come find your inner gardener and drop by our two-day event!


Downton Abbey Culture Tea

11:00 AM

Intimately set in the 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home of Deepwood

Step back into a different world with us at Deepwood. As the first of Culture Teas, guests will receive the typical wonderfulness of our traditional teas with a little bit more. Prepare to be immersed and receive a special “Maid’s Scoop” of the home.


Eventbrite - Downton Abbey Culture Tea

Reservations Required:
Members - $31.50
Non-Members - $35.00


2015 Heritage Talk Series - #2 - Jan Looking Wolf Reibach

Tue. February 17th, 2015
6:00 to 8:00 pm

Intimately set in the 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home of Deepwood.

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Cultural Sharing with Jan Looking Wolf Reibach

A review of general cultural practices and the incredible history of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon with Jan Looking Wolf Reibach, Manager of Chachalu, the Tribe‚Äôs Museum and Cultural Center.  Jan is also an enrolled member of the Tribe and decedent of Kalapuya Chief Joseph Sangretta who was one of the signers of the Willamette Valley Treaty.  In addition to working for his Tribe for nearly 18 years, Jan is a world renowned Native American Flutist.  His Native American Flute recordings have garnered several Native American Music Awards, including the highest award for Artist of the Year.  Jan is a regional expert of the instrument and frequently lectures at universities.

Photo Credits in order of Left to Right:
1. Henry Yelkes. Son of Chief Yelkes and signer of the Molalla Treaty. Photo courtesy of the Oregon Historical Society, #69851.
2. Mary, Shasta Girl. Sketch by Emile de Girardin on the Grand Ronde Reservation, 1856. Sketch courtesy of the National Archives of Canada.

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Eventbrite - Heritage Talk #2 - Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Cultural Sharing



Check Out our other Talks of this Series:
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Reservations Required

Members - FREE
Non-Members - $6


Presidents’ Day Kids’ Event

Monday, February 16th, 2015
First Session: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Second Session: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

Our new children’s program, Kids EDventures, is kicking off with a fun, educational bang!
This Presidents’ Day, bring your elementary school child to our first Hands-On History event, where they’ll explore the rich heritage of our nation’s presidents and get their hands on history in our own historic estate. Parents are encouraged to join the fun for this hour long activity.


Eventbrite - President's Day Kids' Event at Deepwood (10:00 to 11:00 am)


Eventbrite - President's Day Kids' Event at Deepwood (12:00 to 1:00 pm)

Questions? call us at (503) 363-1825 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Valentine’s Dinner at Deepwood

Saturday, February 14th at 6:00 PM

Intimately set in the 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home of Deepwood

If you’re looking to reserve an elegant, refined dinner this Valentine’s Day, join us for our first ever Valentine’s Day Dinner at Deepwood! Your admission covers a delicious 4-course meal (food prepared by Wild Pear Catering), a glass of champagne, coffee, and ice tea. Bring a loved one to celebrate at the heart of historic Salem, Deepwood!

The menu includes:

Appetizer - Fresh Fruit & Champagne

Starter - Signature Deepwood Salad

Entree - choice of
NY Steak topped with Bacon Butter with French Green Beans, Roaster Fingerling Potatoes & White Truffle Aioli (Gluten-Free)
or
Wild Mushroom Penne Pasta with Sauteed Fresh Spinach, and Asparagus in a White Truffle Cream, topped with Toasted Garlic-Herb Panko (Vegetarian)

Dessert - Flourless Dark Chocolate Torte with Raspberry Sauce and Coffee

Additional Wine options will be available for purchase.


Eventbrite - Valentine's Dinner at Deepwood

Reservations must be made by February 9th!

Non-Members - $60
MEMBERS - $54

Questions?
Call us at (503) 363-1825 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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