Chesapeake Bay Garden Club
 Celebrating 60 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
  • Fun and friendships
  • Environmental projects
  • 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 making wreaths and trees and decorating homes for Christmas on Cockrels Creek.) We begin with a light lunch at 12:00 (but feel free to come early), followed by our monthly meeting and the program.
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May / June 2016 Newsletter
2015 - 2016 Newsletters

FOOTPRINTS (Piedmont District)
Spring  2016
Spring 2016
Website updated 5/17/2016
Webmaster: D. Douglas

April Floral Exhibit: 
'Everything But The Kitchen Sink'
View Pics and Awards
READY, SET, GROW! at Northumberland Grade School 
Design by Sharon Steiber
CBGC Receives Awards at District Meeting!
View Awards
May 24th -- CBGC will tour Agecroft Hall in Richmond

                              Agecroft Hall is a Tudor-style estate originally 
                              built in Lancashire, England in the late 15th
                              century. The hall was bought at auction in 
                             1925, disassembled, crated and 
                             shipped across the Atlantic Ocean, and 
                             reassembled at its present site. It is now operated as a house museum. 
The gardens around the museum were designed by Charles Gillette and reflect the order and opulence of English gardens.  
Design Theme for June 21st Meeting
“Everything's Coming Up Roses”
Class I – Traditional Design 
      incorporating roses
Class II – Any other design type in 
      the Handbook for Flower Shows