Meeting Topics for the Coming Year

Trash to Treasure

April 21, 2020

Members will demonstrate how to recycle trash to treasure for your home, garden, and floral designs.

Scholarship Presentation

May 19, 2020

90th Anniversary of the Garden Club of Hyannis Flower Show and Luncheon

June 16, 2020

The Sea View, Dennisport

The Little Black Dress

with Bill Graham

September 17, 2019

Renowned floral designer Bill Graham kicks off the Hyannis Garden Club 2019-20 season with his presentation, “The Little Black Dress.” An entertainer and humorist, he will demonstrate contemporary floral design and how to accessorize The Little Black Dress. Owner of Beautiful Things Flowers and Gifts in Salem, MA, his presentation brings humor and fun as he shows his expertise in fashion and floral design. As he says, “Life is not a dress rehearsal!”, so come start the year in style!

Space is limited. The presentation is part of the regular membership meeting at the West Barnstable Community Center, 2377 Meetinghouse Way (route 149), West Barnstable, MA 02668. A guest donation of $10 is requested and includes luncheon. For more information and to reserve a guest spot, please CONTACT US

Dressing Your Home for the Season

Presented by our own Club Members

October 15, 2019

Club members will share their ideas and designs to inspire us  for the holidays.

Celebrating the Season

November 19, 2019

A workshop to create herbal gifts. 

Members only.

Holiday Luncheon

Old Yarmouth Inn, Yarmouthport

December 17, 2019

The WOW Factor in Your Garden

January 21, 2020

Karen Slavens offers us ideas to add the WOW factor to our gardens using classic design elements and principles.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

February 18, 2020

Larry Dapsis, entomologist from the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension, will share his knowledge of ticks, tick-born illnesses, and beneficial insects.

Conserve Our Climate

(or Kiss our Gardens Goodbye)

March 17, 2020

Quentin Prideaux trained with The Climate Reality Project. He has created his own overview of the subject of climate change with the express intention of inspiring hope and showing a way forward. Climate Change: What do we know? What do we expect? What do we do?

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