A little about our club...

Our objectives are:

  • Educate in design and horticulture
  • Participate in civic beautification
  • Increase interest in amateur gardening
  • Participate in Garden Therapy
  • Encourage floral design
  • Sponsor garden tours and flower shows
  • Work for public understanding of ecological values

Our general meetings...

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our general meetings have been put on hold.

Members gather (usually the first Monday of the month except where noted… see schedule here) for refreshments and socializing at 9:30 am. The program/speaker starts at 10:00 am and is then followed by the regular meeting at 10:30 am. Meetings conclude at or before 12:00 pm. If you’re interested in our club and would like to visit one of our meetings, contact us for more information.

Our Speakers for the January Meeting

Kay Aldrich

Gave a demonstration on Growing Gourds and Making Art

When Kay first moved to Shingletown she was working on stained glass and was involved with a local co-op gift gallery. Some friends of hers started working with gourds and Kay was hooked. She has been growing and designing gourds ever since.

Mary Chambers of Native Moon Designs

Gave a demonstration on how she makes walking sticks.

Mary has been making walking sticks for about 12 years. She is Native American and incorporates that into her designs. 



Check out our new video: The Monarch Butterfly Waystation

We visited the Monarch Butterfly Waystation in Bella Vista to see what Larry and Bonnie Boisclaire have created.

Here are some additional resources if you want more information on Monarch Butterflies and how you can create your own Monarch Butterfly Waystation:

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