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  • Sonja Durkee

Door Garden Club Begins Accepting Members

After a successful first season of well attended monthly meetings and programs that began at The Clearing in April, the Door Garden Club was officially launched this week when it began accepting annual memberships. The organization will hold monthly meetings with educational programs from April through October, and will host social events throughout the year, including a holiday party in December.

Anyone interested in attending the Door Garden Club's monthly educational programs is welcome as space allows. Sign up for these is available on the club's website. Members will receive a reduced ticket price. The club's intent is that there eventually be no cost to members for its club-sponsored monthly educational programs, and that costs incurred for speakers and facilities be covered by member dues.

Thanks to the generous support of founding members, the Door Garden Club will continue to host interesting and fun educational programs and social activities in the coming year, and be able to hold annual member dues to $100. The Club wants local and visiting flower and garden lovers to be able to experience what the club is about, enjoy the programs and activities that it offers, and get a taste of what a garden club brings to a community,

The purpose of the Door Garden Club, Inc. is to appreciate, learn, share, and support the beauty and value of plants, gardens, parks and green spaces. It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Goals to fulfill its purpose include providing education and socialization opportunities for members and the public, scholarships for local students, and grants for community initiatives. The club's special interests include horticulture, conservation, floral design, flower shows, photography, garden history and design, and botanical arts. Find more information on the Door Garden Club website at


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