To stimulate knowledge and appreciation of horticulture
To encourage civic projects
To study the fine art of
To be informed about and to actively support conservation and environmental concerns
Save the Date!
It's our 5th
Holiday Showcase & Boutique
November 18, 19, and 20, 2021
Featuring Cape Cod
Through the Centuries
Tour The Cape . . .
Opulent Floral Arrangements
An Extraordinary Boutique with
Over 2000 hand-crafted items!
November 18 - 20, 2021
Thursday - Saturday
9AM - 5PM
The Cultural Center of Cape Cod
307 Old Main Street
South Yarmouth, MA
ATTENTION: Covid Policy
The Cultural Center of Cape Cod requires that guests attending indoor ticketed events must be vaccinated or provide a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours. At check-in, all guests must either show proof of vaccination or negative test results within 72 hours. Please see The Cape Cod Cultural Center's website for more details.
Art Blooms at Heritage
Club designers recently participated in a flower show at Heritage Museum & Gardens in July. Dozens of floral designers from Cape Cod and the Southeastern Massachusetts area delighted visitors with floral interpretations of works of art, chosen by each designer.
See the designs, the Artist, and the inspiration for their work
NATIVE PLANT CHALLENGE
The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts’ President’s Project is “The Native Plant Challenge” to encourage learning about the important role native plants play in our ecosystem.
Click this link for more information:
The Garden Club of Hyannis is joining in The Native Plant Challenge to promote the use of native plants. Members are being challenged to plant more natives and to create a habitat for native wildlife.
Each month in the Club Clippings, the Conservation Committee is presenting topics such as: Native plants, trees and shrubs; Native Plant lists and resources; Pollinators; and Bird Attractors. For further information on Native Plants, click on the following:
[Native Plant Resources [link to the Native Plant resource list]
September 21, 2021
Committee Fair – Acquaint yourself with activities planned for this year.
“Recycling is Stylish”
Team challenge: Using the provided, recycled materials, create a stylish piece such as a reptile, insect, fish, shipwreck, scarecrow, gardener, or any other! Some plant material must be used (provided.) Creativity and fun are keys to success.
Hostesses: Fran Hoothay, Terri Goldstein
Floral designer: Gail Hubacker
Conservation: How to reduce the use of household plastic containers
Horticulture: Bring for a “show and tell” your favorite gardening “tool”