On June 29, 2021, the Gamble community gathered to celebrate the retirement of a most beloved member, Jackie Rindal. Jackie has been Gamble’s Office Manager, and a huge part of Gamble’s success, for 18 years. Jackie retired at the end of June and will be moving to Michigan to spend more time with her family. Jackie’s joined Gamble in February of 2003. Before joining the Gamble staff, Jackie was a Gamble volunteer. Her friend and garden business partner was volunteering …

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On Wednesday, June 30th, the Endowment Fund Committee hosted a reception to celebrate the installation of Gamble’s newest Endowment Fund Bricks and to welcome the newest members of the Elizabeth Gamble Garden ’02 Legacy Society.  Last year’s party was cancelled due to the panic, so ’02 Legacy Society Members and Endowment Fund Bricks for both 2020 and 2021 were honored.     Guests were welcomed into the Carriage House Courtyard with Gamble wines and refreshments. The event kicked off with …

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To honor and thank Gamble’s volunteers, the Volunteer Development Committee hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Party on the 6th of June. Special recognition was given to select long time volunteers who have gone above and beyond in their service to Gamble. This year’s honorees are: Carmen Pekelsma Jane Stocklin Dirty Knees Volunteers – Allison Cooper, Tom Cooper, & Ian Aitchison Archives Committee – Gwen Whittier, Linda Norton, & Marilyn Sutorius Many thanks to our volunteers for all that you do! Enjoy …

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View photos from Spring Tour 2019.

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Last week, Gamble members enjoyed a special sneak peek of Agnes Martin / Navajo Blankets, a unique exhibition paintings by artist Agnes Martin with 19th century Navajo blankets. Members wandered through Palo Alto’s Pace Gallery, sipping champagne and marveling at the parallels between the design and craftsmanship of the 19th-century textiles and Martin’s contemporary paintings. Agnes Martin / Navajo Blankets will be exhibited at the Pace Gallery in Palo Alto until October 28, 2018. The exhibition will then travel to …

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