Chesapeake Bay Garden Club
 Celebrating 65 Years in Reedville, Virginia

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   Thank you for your interest in the Chesapeake Bay Garden Club!  

Join us for…..
  • Monthly educational/environmental programs and projects
  • Fun and friendships
  • Floral design workshops
  • Horticulture education 
  • Floral Designs and Horticulture exhibited and judged at meetings
  • Seed planting workshop with school children (Ready, Set, Grow!)
  • Hands-on gardening projects
  • Opportunities for involvement in District, State and National levels
Our club meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at Festival Halle in Reedville, Virginia; September thru June. (No regular meetings in November and December when we are busy with other activities.) We begin with a light lunch at 12:00 (but feel free to come early), followed by our monthly meeting and the program. 
Visitors are always welcome! Come and bring a friend! For more information email: info@chesbaygc.org.


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Website updated    7/11/2018
Webmaster: D. Douglas & V. Bowen

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   Conservation and
       Recycling
   Youth Programs
   Birds, Butterflies, & Bees
   Beyond The Garden
June 26--General Meeting -- Next Meeting--Sept 25

For our last meeting of the season, Kathy Ward of Salisbury Garden Club presented "Finding Your Floral Design Mechanics at Lowes". With insulation boards, folded shades, spray paint, gutter guards and more, Kathy assembled 3 beautiful designs.
Our next meeting will be a celebration of our club's 65th anniversary on Sept 25 at Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern Transportation Building in Heathsville.
 
Kathy Ward created 3 designs using design mechanics purchased from Lowes
Club members visited Lavendar Fields in Glen Allen on June 12. They enjoyed Learning about growing lavender, walking in lavender field and cutting a few stems to keep, the quaint store, a delicious lunch, including lavender lemonade. Lavender Fields is expanding to grow organic herbs and vegetables. They are one of the largest nurseries in Northern Virginia.

Joan Clements joined Chesapeake Bay Garden Club in 1996. For 22 years she was an active, vital member of our club. All who knew her enjoyed her pleasant, helpful ways, and her friendly smile. 
Joan is currently residing at Commonwealth Assisted Living in Kilmarnock, Virginia*. Her presence at CBGC—her smile, her poems, and her beloved dog, Freckles (who was recently always by her side)—is missed by everyone who knew her. Read more about Joan.