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The Coldwater & District Garden Club

      Smile The Coldwater and District Horticultural Society was established in 1952 under the name of the Huronia Horticultural Society and gradually evolved into the Coldwater and District Horticultural Society or Coldwater Garden Club as it is known today. 

    We meet on the third Thursday of the month in the hall of St. Andrew's Church, 28 Gray St. in Coldwater. Our meetings start at 7 p.m. with coffee/tea and dessert. Please lug-a-mug. There is free parking available and the hall is accessible

If you have something you can't identify or want information about how to grow bring it to the meeting with you.  We also have a green table where we place items for others to adopt.  However if they are still there after the meeting please take them back home with you.Smile

 

 

We will meet again on March  21, 2019 when Jeff or Kelsey from The Canadian Wildlife Federation wil come to speak to us...... "Turtles" presented by CWF and Scales.

On Thursday April 18, Jacob Moorland will return to discuss more about Seed Libraries.

On May 16 Elizabeth Hitchens will share her adventures in "The Gardens of Scotland."

Thursday June 20 Gabriele Roman will come to discuss the nitty-gritty of Simcoe County's Recycling program.  

July and August we will take advantage of the summer months to fine tune our gardens and enjoy the many tours offered near and far.

Single memberships are only $10.00,

Family memberships are only $15. 

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We will meet again in March 2019 

For more information contact:-coldwatergardenclub@yahoo.com 

 

 

 

This 'n That from Coldwater
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  It seems like only yesterday I was outside planting tulip bulbs while the cool rain drizzled on me.  I kept asking myself why, why do I do this to myself every year but now as I look outside at the piles of white snow everywhere I know the answer to that question.  It is because of the hope of it all.  The hope that there will be another spring.  The hope that in spite of the ter
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Last Updated: 2019-01-31