We would like to welcome you as a member of our Garden Club, which provides education, resources and networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility. We pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of the planet Earth and promises to promote education so its members may become caretakers of our air, water, forest, land and wildlife.
The Benefits of Belonging to the Garden Club
The rewards of joining the Camden Garden Club goes far beyond the pleasures of growing things. Membership opens the door for you to explore a wide range of common interests with people around your local community:
Grow your knowledge via educational programs and activity opportunities.
Garden for a purpose with community service projects.
Participate in the state garden clubs network for learning, service and community-building.
Learn to make the most of resources, including your available garden space.
Enhance your garden's sustainability and reduce maintenance by planting "native" rain gardens and saving water.
Learn from those with experience and pass along your own passion and know-how to new generations of gardeners.
Share your love of gardening and have fun!
Working together, members make the Club a fun and successful non-profit organization that contributes to the community.
Horticultural Lecture Series held in January and February
Membership Meetings from April to October
Annual Plant Sale in May
Annual Luncheon in June
Garden and Home Tour in July
New Members Coffee
Summer Brown Bag Lunches at various member's gardens
Christmas Wreath Making
Responsible for the beautification of the downtown area of Camden including the Village Green, Public Landing, traffic islands near the Library and the hanging baskets on the downtown street light poles.
Responsible for planting the flower boxes at the Camden-Rockport Archway.
Key participant in the town of Camden's Tree Planting Program.
Offer scholarship assistance to students pursuing studies in related natural resources fields.
Provide donations to the library for books and videotapes on gardening and related topics.
Provide lighted wreaths on the downtown street light poles for the holiday season.
Maintain the two planting beds at the Village Green.
The Camden Garden Club
President: Karen Cease
Vice President: Cecile King
Recording Secretary: Sherry Cobb
Treasurer: Mary Ireland
Assistant Treasurer: Mary Winchell
Meeting Dates and Location
April 25, 2019
May 23, 2019
August 22, 2019
September 26, 2019
October 24, 2019
At 9:00 AM
First Congregational Church
55 Elm Street
Membership Annual Luncheon: June 13, 2019
New Members Coffee:
August 13, 2019
Membership Request Form
Currently, there are more than 75 members in our club. If you are interested in joining, please contact us using the form below and we will get in touch with details about becoming a member.