Welcome to the Kirkwood Garden Club!
Celebrating 65 Years of Knowledge Sharing and Community Service.
Direct general inquiries to Mary Walker, Secrretary
We would appreciate a moment of your time to present who we are and what we do:
The Kirkwood Garden Club offers a friendly community forum for individuals interested in gardening who enjoy sharing gardening information and pursuing experiences to acquire greater gardening and horticultural knowledge and skills.
Established on February 12, 1950 as the Kirkwood Men's Garden Club, the organization was originally an affiliated chapter of the Men's Garden Clubs of America. The national affiliation was later expanded to include women and is now known as the Gardeners of America. In February of 2000 the local name was changed to Kirkwood Garden Club to reflect the gender inclusive nature of the organization.
Since 1978, the Club has designed, planted and maintained the flower display adjacent to the Kirkwood Amtrak Station and since 1981 has planted the flowerbed on the east side of Kirkwood Road across from the Station.
To stimulate interest and educate our members and the community in the disciplines of gardening, horticulture, conservation and the natural environment.
To provide resources for community landscape improvements in the Kirkwood area by designing, planting and maintaining public gardens.
To promote effective stewardship of our community's natural and cultivated landscapes resulting in the preservation of trees, green space and beneficial wildlife.
Monthly Educational Meeting Programs: The Club meets and offers informative programs the first Tuesday of each month except December. For more about Club programs and activities, visit the Kirkwood Garden Club Events Calendar.
Community Enhancement Projects: Club members design, plant and care for the flower display areas associated with the Kirkwood Amtrak Station.
Participation in Community Events: The Club hosts informational exhibits and plant sales at the Kirkwood Greentree Festival and Kirkwood Festival of Food and Flowers.
Host Community Home Garden Tour: The Club periodically provides the community an opportunity to tour exceptional private gardens in the Kirkwood area.
Community Philanthropy: The Club supports horticulture student scholarships and provides funds to community projects that promote the knowledge and enjoyment of gardening.
OUR 2020 LEADERSHIP
- President: Judith Brauer and Mary Parsons
- Vice-President: Sue Connors
- Secretary: Mary Walker
- Treasurer: Marilyn Danna
- Membership: Mary Walker, firstname.lastname@example.org, 314-403-4067
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