The Wareham Garden Club Starts a New Season

The Wareham Garden Club is starting up their new season of talks, meetings and events. We invite the community to join us!

For over 80 years, The Wareham Garden Club has been actively involved in beautifying Wareham and engaging with the public to inspire knowledge of horticulture and environmental awareness. Plant sales, Christmas Fairs and more raise funds to maintain public spaces in Wareham, support scholarships for Wareham students, and allow us to hold monthly classes at The Wareham Council on Aging.

The club offers monthly presentations that are open to all. Non-members may attend up to two meetings/year at no charge. Those interested in becoming members are invited to attend our monthly meetings, held on the second Thursday of the month, starting at 9:30am. Meetings are held at St. Patrick's Hall at 82 High St., Wareham, MA.

Our September program is all about apples. Nancy Riggs will include a history of apple production and the popular apple industry. Four varieties of apples, fresh from the orchard, will be offered for tasting. 

October's talk will have Michele Schuckel discussing native plants for any garden. Future programs include talks on  Ikebana, Water Quality and Its Impact on Our Environment and Ergonomic Approaches to Gardening. The popular Christmas Faire takes place on December 7. 

Nonmembers may attend up to two meetings during the year at no charge. Membership is $30/year. For membership info, please contact Linda MacKenzie:

Linda Scharf