Todd LaVine, was the guest speaker for the July 27, 2017, weekly club meeting.  LaVine is a Master Gardener who shared his passion about gardening and the Oahu Urban Garden.
The Oahu Urban Garden is owned by the University of Hawai'i College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Cooperative Extension Service with programs in urban horticulture focusing on a one stop educational center concept for the public. Local school outreach programs and gardening demonstrations are available to the community. The garden features one of the largest collection of turf grass, ground covers, hedges, and citrus in the state.
The Oahu Urban Garden's mission is to continuously and consistently provide innovative and diverse horticultural information to the gardening public.
The garden is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. except for holidays.  The garden also hosts Second Saturdays at the Garden where volunteers and Master Gardeners feature a different gardening demonstration each month.