Are you interested in gardening, landscaping, or horticulture? Or more interested in conservation? Do you wonder how to arrange flowers or interpret art through
arrangements? Are you interested in working with a team to help beautify the town
we live in? Would you like to meet others with your gardening interests, share
refreshments with them, and then stretch your garden boundaries through great programs?
If your answer is yes, then we're the club for you.
How do I Join?
First, try us out - come to a meeting! Garden Club meetings are usually held on the last Monday
of the month (from September through April) at 9:30 a.m.
See our Calendar for more details.
We meet at Holy Trinity Parish St. Theresa’s Church at 15 Still River Road in Harvard, MA.
Membership is open to anyone interested in gardening (Harvard residence not required).
If I Join?
We are an active club. Members are required to:
Attend at least three meetings a year
Serve on the hospitality committee for one meeting a year
(helping to set up, prepare, and serve refreshments for a light brunch)
Work on the Plant Sale, our annual fundraiser
Be active on at least one Service Committee
Pay annual dues
These are specialized committees that give each member an opportunity to work together with others in an area they all love. Examples are Conservation, Floral Design, Garden Therapy, Landscape Design, Civic Beautification, Library Flowers, and Nature Trails.
Sound good? You can print out our Membership Form and mail it in or speak with our Membership Chairperson, at any of our meetings.
We all welcome you as our newest member!