Windsor Garden Club 2020 Events

Welcome! Bienvenidos! Windsor Garden Club is a diverse group of people who would rather be out in the garden than just about anywhere else in the world. We became an official club in 2009 and we've been growing ever since. We're all about having fun while gardening and making the Town of Windsor, California, a great place to live. We also manage the Town Green Community Garden, a wonderful spot in the heart of Windsor. All of our meetings are free and open to the public. We meet the second MONDAY of the month for social time and interesting educational speakers at the Town of Windsor Bluebird Center. It's at 25 Bluebird Dr., corner of Old Redwood Highway and Bluebird Drive, just west of the

Community Garden Changes Coming in 2020

There will be some changes at the Town Green Community Garden in 2020! Garden Maintenance Fees: The common space maintenance/WGC project service volunteer requirement for garden plot renters will remain 6 hours per year. (Just a half-hour a month!) The fee charged to gardeners for any unworked volunteer hours left at the end of the year (Dec. 15) will rise from $10/hr to $20 per hour. These fees are charged to help the Community Garden pay for needed maintenance work left undone by the Community Garden members. MANY MANY THANKS to all of our wonderful community gardeners who volunteer above and beyond their 6 hour requirement! You all make the garden sparkle! Raised Bed Renovations: As some

Learn About Vintage Roses Jan. 13

Gregg Lowery, curator for Friends of Vintage Roses, will be the speaker at the Jan. 13 meeting of the Windsor Garden Club. Lowery will speak about the organization and the 5,000 vintage rose specimens they are caring for, researching and cataloging in Sebastopol. Meeting begins with refreshments and social time at 6:30 p.m. at the Bluebird Center, 25 Bluebird Drive. (Corner of Bluebird and Old Redwood Highway, just west of the Windsor Palms shopping center) in Windsor. Speaker begins at 6:45 p.m. Beginning in the early 1980s, Lowery and Phillip Robinson, with the assistance of others, developed a collection of more than 5,000 vintage roses on property in Sebastopol. The roses came from gif

Get Your Kids to Grow Up WILD Jan. 11

Join us at the free Growing Up WILD workshop on Saturday, Jan. 11, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Windsor Senior Center, 9231 Foxwood Dr. Windsor Garden Club is partnering with the statewide Growing Up WILD program to encourage children ages 3 to 7 to engage with nature and explore wildlife and the world around them. Workshop participants receive a free workbook and training in nature-based activities, crafts, art projects, and connected reading and math concepts. Growing Up WILD is perfect for parents and grandparents and aunts Geand uncles and anyone who cares about children. For questions email State Coordinator (and WGC member) Jeanne Knapp at

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