Member Crafts and Plants 
We'll have all sorts of handmade items available for sale before the event and during breaks. We have a new line of natural body and bath products, including shaving soap, sugar scrubs, lotion bars and body butter.  We will have the old standbys such as catnip bags, eye pillows shoe stuffers, and all natural dryer sheets.

We will have limited plants suitable for spring planting.

Guests will have the opportunity to shop before the talks and during breaks.

We are filling Saturday, April 27th with a day of Herbs from South of the Border. Join us for this educational and entertaining day!

Bee, the Flower Chef at Flora Cocina, will present "Agua Frescas, Margaritas, and More - Mexican Beverages with an Herbal Twist"

Ana Beaven, Creator of Cuchara, Houston's Mexico City Bistro, "Mexican Herbs for Flavor, Flair, and Fire"

Carlos Hernandez-Calderoni, Clinical Herbalist and Nutritionist, will discuss "Traditional Mexican Herbalism and Curanderismo"


Saturday, April 27, 2019
8:45 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Registration deadline - APRIL 24, 2019
$50 Pre-paid registration per person required
    Includes refreshments, catered lunch and all lecture fees.

Attendance at Herb Day is by pre-paid registration only. Space will be reserved on a first-received basis until all chairs are filled. Payment must be received on or before Wednesday, April 24, 2019.  $15 cancellation fee after April 22, 2019. No refunds after April 24, 2019.  

St. Paul's United Methodist Church
Fondren Hall Education Building
5501 Main St
Houston TX 77004
(in the Museum District)

​Parking is available in the surface lot across the street, bound by Fannin – Binz - San Jacinto.

Fondren Hall is behind (east of) the main church building.

36th Herb Day Symposium