Armstrong, BC, Canada
Join the Garden Club
how to join
It’s easy to join the Armstrong & District Garden Club!
- Fill out the membership form (get your copy here)
- Send the membership form to the club president Carolyn Farris at [email protected]
- Send a cheque for annual dues of $15 to the club membership secretary Chris Williams at #2 – 2435 Okanagan St, Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B1
Annual Garden Club membership dues are due at the beginning of each calendar year, preferably before the end of March. Dues are generally mailed to the club membership secretary (see address above) or given to the treasurer at a monthly meeting.
Membership of $15 a year per individual provides access to meetings, tours, and social events. Members receive the club’s monthly newsletter and those of other area clubs. A garden club membership also entitles members to discounts at local gardening centers and nurseries (see the Resources page for more details).
The Armstrong and District Garden Club meets once a month on the first Tuesday of the month (February to June and September to December). Meetings are held at the Odd Fellows Hall (3005 Wood Avenue, Armstrong, BC) beginning at 7:00 pm.
Benefits of Joining
Here are some great reasons to join the Armstrong & District Garden Club!
- Meet like-minded individuals and share gardening knowledge;
- Learn more about gardening from tours of other club member’s gardens, tours to local nurseries and club meeting speakers;
- Participate in work parties, club plant sales and socials
- Receive a club newsletter, along with other area club newsletter
- Give back to the community through club donations, club volunteer work and sponsorships of community events, such as the IPE and Festival of Trees.
Where & when does the club meet?
The Armstrong & District Garden Club typically meets at 7 PM in the small room of the Odd Fellows Hall on the second Tuesday of each month. There are generally no meetings in January, July, & August.
How much does membership cost?
Annual dues for the garden club are currently $15 per individual per year. Dues are payable to the club membership secretary (see address above) or can be given to the treasurer at a monthly meeting.
Is gardening experience required?
No! Anyone can join the garden club, whether or not you have any experience gardening.
How many members does the club have?
The garden club currently has over 30 members.
All Ages & Skill Levels
The Armstrong & District Garden Club is open to new members of all ages and skill levels. Whether you’re brand new to gardening, already have a few houseplants, or are an experienced Master Gardener, there is a place for you in our club!
Meet other gardeners in the Armstrong area
Learn about gardening and share your knowledge
Get involved in our beautiful community
The mission of the Armstrong & District Garden Club is to support and encourage gardening in the Armstrong, BC local area. The club holds educational meetings, hosts parlour shows, sends out an informational monthly newsletter, and runs a group Facebook page. The club promotes community involvement and sustainable gardening practices.
May 2023 Garden Club Newsletter
Here is the May 2023 Newsletter of the Armstrong & District Garden Club. The April edition of the newsletter includes: Meeting minutes from the May 2, 2023 meeting of the Armstrong & District Garden Club Xeriscaping tips from Sigrie Kendrick, the Executive...
2023 Plant Sale Photo Gallery
Here are some photos from the Armstrong & District Garden Club's 2023 Plant Sale: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mary Jane Duford 🪴 Gardening...
Preparing for the 2023 Armstrong Garden Club Plant Sale
It's time to prepare for the Armstrong & District Garden Club Plant Sale on May 13, 2023! This year, the Garden Club will welcome select volunteers from Armstrong Communities in Bloom, from the Armstrong Community Garden, and from Pleasant Valley Secondary School....
Armstrong Garden Club
The Armstrong & District Garden Club is an active, inclusive community group where gardeners of all ages and skill levels can share in the love of gardening.