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
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
October 11th - Business Meeting at the Curtis House, Brielle
Time: 10 a.m. for coffee, sharing 10:30 Business Meeting
Lunch at Noon
Program: 1- 2 pm Going Batty! Purpose of Bats and
Bees in the Garden - speaker, A. Wicki
September - October
Library Designs Sept. 5 - B. Wild Sept. 12 - E. Nesbitt
Sept. 19 - B. Williams Sept. 26 - J. Bessemer
Oct. 3 - J. Bessemer Oct. 10 - G. Williams
Oct. 17 - C. D'Ambrosio Oct. 24, 31 - C. Guarino
Horticulture Therapy Third Tuesday at 12:30 - call Chairperson at 732-223-9221
Civic Beautification continues throughout town.
Upcoming Events: Trip to Dearborn Market - November 8th Cost $16
Contact Program Chair - 732-612-3680
Wreaths Across America - December 17 at Noon, Town Hall
Daylight Savings Time ends November 6th - turn back clocks - check fire safety batteries.
Something to think about: To make a permanent and beautiful mulch around trees and shrubs, use crushed granite, smooth river rock, gravel or glass beads.