Find out what the Grimsby Garden Club is doing. Our mission is to help beautify Grimsby, Ontario. We meet on the last THURSDAY of the month - in person at the Livingston Activity Centre, 18 Livingston Ave at 7:00pm for social time. Become a member for $15.00 single, $20.00 family. You can reach us at email@example.com - You can check us out on Facebook and Instagram!
Wednesday, September 14 7:30pm Trillium Recognition at Town HallOur 2016 Trillium Program was a success! There were 110 nominations for 89 gardens, with 49 Trillium recipients. This year anyone (including the garden owner) could nominate a Grimsby garden.
Our garden club members are invited to this celebration and recognition event and we encourage you to support this program.
The recognition event is Wednesday, September 14th, at 7:30pm at Grimsby Town Hall. We will be showcasing nominated and Trillium recipient garden owners and gardens. A social gathering with treats and coffee/tea etc will be part of the evening.
Monday, September 26 at 7:00pm monthly meeting
Speaker: Heinke Thiessen
Heinke Thiessen has been a gardening enthusiast since her early childhood in Quebec. Retired proprietor of Perennial Pleasures Landscape Design, Heinke is a horticultural design judge accredited by the Royal Botanical Garden, and President of Credit Valley Horticultural Society in Mississauga.
Topic: Garden for All Seasons in a Changing Climate
Discover how gardening practices contribute to climate change and how to create a beautiful garden regardless of changes in temperature and moisture patterns.
September Vote on Proposed Increase in Membership Fees
The July Newsletter outlined the board's recommendation that the Grimsby Garden Club membership fees increase a little, with single membership moving to $15.00 and family membership to $20.00. For questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Beth Sommers, our President, at 905-945-1033.
The increase will be introduced as a motion in the September meeting, and the membership will be asked to vote on the proposal.
October 1st All Day - District 9 Fall Forum
Speaker: Paul Zammit Topic: Promoting Biodiversity in the Home Garden