DO YOU LOVE GARDENING?
COME GROW WITH US!
We continue to welcome new members to our garden club. Meetings are open to the public. Annual membership dues are $20 a year for one person and $35 for a couple. If interested in joining the garden club, please download and complete a Membership Application. Submit application and dues to the club treasurer. This form may also be picked up at one of our monthly meetings.
WELCOME TO GARDENERS OF THE GROVE
We are looking forward to another successful and active year. Guests and new members are always welcome and do not have to make reservations to attend one of our meetings. Our current membership is 33 garden loving people.
For the latest information on our meetings and community events, please check out pages titled: GOTG Meetings, Community Events and Newsletter Archives.
WHO WE ARE
Gardeners of the Grove is a nonprofit 501c(3) club, organized in October of 2007. The organization focuses on garden related activities and involvement in community service projects. The club is affiliated with the National Garden Clubs, Inc., the Pacific Region Garden Clubs, Inc., the California Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Sacramento River Valley District. Our members are novice gardeners who love to putter in the garden and have an interest in learning, sharing and receiving gardening advice from expert speakers, many of whom are Master Gardeners.
We welcome anyone who loves nature, the beauty of gardens and has an interest in serving their community.
To have a devotion to member education and community service.
WHEN WE MEET
We meet at 6:30 pm on the first Monday of the month, nine months a year at Keller Williams Realty, 9250 Laguna Springs Drive, Suite 100, Elk Grove, CA 95758
Our meetings consist of a program with presentations and/or guest speakers followed by refreshments and a business meeting.
We also sponsor tours to private, commercial and botanical gardens and other interesting points of interest to the avid gardener.
CURRENT ACTIVE PROJECTS
We are currently active in the following community projects: