The Calypso bulbosa orchid is the official flower of the Greater Lansing Orchid Society.
The purposes for which the Society is organized are:
*to create an awareness of orchid culture
*to foster the preservation of native species of orchids
*to support research and development of orchid culture; and
*to hold meetings, lectures, and exhibitions.
Calendar
GLOS normally meets on the third Saturday during the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November. 7:00 pm is the meeting hour, but come early to see what plants are available for purchase from our speaker-of-the-day and from other Members, and/or to bring plants to sell at our silent auction and raffle tables.

Our January meeting is Saturday the 20th at the Presbyterian Church in Okemos. GLOS member Chris Steele will show his unique mounts and how he makes them. Members Jerrie Nichols and Carol Ann Stuht will demonstrate how to prepare orchids for shows. For a map to the church, please see our current newsletter, the Calypso, in the Newsletter section.
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For information and documents relating to our February Orchid Show and Sale, please click on the links to the left entitled Links/Downloads and GLOS Show.
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Note: Our meeting tonight (April 14) is cancelled due to the predicted ice storm. Our speaker is re-scheduled for our August meeting.