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Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 11 am. from September to June excluding December.
We are pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of SRGC community grants.
A) My Sister's Place $300 $200 for safe outdoor garden space and $100 survival garden kits for families
B) Seashore Literacy $200 Children's Summer Garden program and Spring Planting event .
C) Coastal Arts Guild $200 For Art Bus supplies and youth summer art programs .
D) 4H Toledo Bloomers Garden $200 Youth garden supplies .
E) 4H Ocean Beaches Sewing project $200 Youth sewing projects to be created and presented at Fair.
If nothing changes we will hold our next meeting at the Garden Club building, after many months of zoom meeting.
Monthly meetings are held every 3rd Wednesday of the month, from September to June with presentations on gardening topics relevant to coastal gardening. Presentations begins at 11:00 am with the Meeting followed by a business meeting and a casual luncheon. Also we will supply Bottled water, Lemonade, Hot tea and Coffee.
We meet when the weather starts to turn cool and rainy, allowing us maximum time in the garden during the warmer, drier summer growing months. Field trips to private and public gardens are available to members throughout the course of our "club season". Experts from Oregon State University, private enterprise, University of Oregon and others in their field of expertise present informative lectures and demonstrations on horticulture, flower arrangement and master gardening.
Our meetings are free and open to the public. The club is a non-profit organization, 501 (c) (4).
Founded in 1948, Seal Rock Garden Club is a 70 year plus community non-profit organization formed for coastal gardeners to share their knowledge of plants and to provide a social setting for individuals interested in gardening, conservation and support of community gardening projects. A housing barracks for conscientious objectors during World War II, the clubhouse originally located at Camp Angell, Waldport was purchased at auction for $306 and was moved to its' present site in Seal Rock in the 70's.
Each year members are involved in two major fund raising events, the Greens Sale in December and the Plant Sale and Flower Show in June. Our annual Christmas Greens Sale takes place in early December. Locally grown greens are crafted and designed into wreaths, swags, and table arrangements made by members. Holiday gifts, small live decorated trees and a raffle of gift items are available for purchase. Funds from the Greens Sale are used for maintaining the clubhouse and grounds.
The Plant Sale and Flower Show in mid-June is an end of the year event with the clubhouse decorated with spring flowers and the surrounding yard full of sale plants suitable for coastal gardens. Mark your calendars for our Plant Sale and Flower Show. Gardeners start lining up early to buy plants. Sales are brisk. A portion of the funds raised go to nonprofit organizations that support gardening, education, conservation and local civic gardening projects.
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