Monthly Meeting Schedule for September 2022 through June 2023

Guests are always welcome at our Community Center meetings. Just walk in or use the Contact Us link to let us know you’re coming!

September 7

“Sunflowers!” Paula from Boxwood Gardens will demonstrate working with and arranging Sunflowers.

October 5

“Harvest Happiness,” a Design Exhibit featuring functional table settings and fall-themed floral Challenge designs. Also, “Fall Fling” showcases six Horticulture classes featuring specimens from members’ gardens.

November 2

Basket Raffle Fund Raiser! A fun time for all, especially the winners of beautifully stocked baskets containing new and unused items donated by our members, gift certificates, wine, and other lovely items that you didn’t know you wanted until you saw them! Bring a guest to share in the excitement starting at 12:45 and support our fund raising efforts to provide scholarships, beautify the Borough of Fair Haven, educate youngsters about plants and the environment, and continue civic projects.

December 7

“Amaryllis Bulb Workshop” (Members only) Learn how to plant and care for your club-purchased bulb. This Club Challenge continues when we show them off in March.

January 4

“Talent Within the Club” Member Nancy Bosco will present an interactive cooking demonstration featuring garden-grown herbs.

February 1

“Creating Gardens with Four Seasons of Color” Irene Wanat, a Master Gardener for over 30 years will discuss creating gardens with year-round interest.

March 1

Nancy Kitchen presents “Flower Arrangement Techniques.” One of our favorite lecturer/designers, Nancy once again brings an entertaining and interesting perspective to floral design. Also, members who participated in December’s Amaryllis Bulb Workshop will display the results. A brief Workshop will offer tips on care to bring them back in bloom next year.

April 5

“Polar Plants, Penguins & Pinnipeds” Dave Grant, Director of the Shark Research Institute, NASA, NOAA, and local world traveler, takes us on a tour of the Antarctic Islands.

May 3

“Celebrating the Season” and “Spectacular Spring,” a combined Design and Horticulture exhibit. Design entries include Art Deco floral arrangements evocative of the 1920’s & ’30’s and alfresco dining table settings. Horticulture specimens from members’ gardens showcase perennials, flowering bulbs and tree/shrub branches.

June 7

Annual Design & Horticulture Award presentations.
Guests are welcome to join us for monthly programs (with prior notice via the Contact Us page link). We also have member-provided luncheons in September, December and June (12:00 Noon) at which guests are asked to pay a guest fee of $5. Please notify us in advance via the Contact Us page link if you wish to attend a program or luncheon.