The object of the Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle shall be to stimulate an active interest in horticulture; to promote civic improvement; to encourage environmental conservation; to advocate the preservation of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, and native plants; to prevent extinction of birds, pollinators, wildlife and aquatic animals; to study the art of flower design and arranging; educate the public and collaborate with the community. We are a member of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Garden Club of New Jersey.
The Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle meets the second Tuesday of the month at Curtis House, 644 Union Lane, Brielle, NJ beginning at 10:00 AM for coffee, sharing ideas and friendship. Following a business meeting which starts promptly at 10:30 AM, the club members are treated to lunch by the monthly committee of members at noon. A guest speaker, instructional or "hands-on" activity or program follows lunch. The Club may travel for horticultural, environmental trips or to places of interest. We do not have meetings in July or August.
For more information about our club, contact Membership - 732-292-2676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MARCH 2017 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
March 14, 2017: Meeting and Lunch 10-12:45
Program: 1 - 2:00 - "Fifty Shades of Green!"
Presenter: Hollace Hoffman
Brielle Library Floral Designs by Club Members: March 6, 13, Cathy Shalloo,
March 20, Barbara Wild, March 27, Patricia Polunas
Horticulture Therapy: March 21 - Chris Guarino, Patricia Polunas, Linda Chappa
Upcoming Events: A Garden Symposium - Barlow's Flower Farm,
March 11 - 9:00 - 2:00 $70 Special guest,
Richard Wall, inspirational talk - Mr. Owita's
Guide to Gardening - Carol Wall Memoir.
April 6 - 2:00 - 4:00 Live Butterflies - Program
Rick Mikula the Butterfly Guy at the Brielle Library
Bayberry Garden Club of Brielle Community Program
April 22 - Earth Day (Everday!)
Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony at
April 25, 26 - Flower Show School IV at Holly House
New Brunswick (contact club if interested).