A member of the National Garden Clubs Inc. and Wisconsin Garden Club Federation
Membership Dues are $20 per year of which $10 is given to the Wisconsin Garden Club Federation and $1 is given to the Milwaukee District Garden Club.
To educate and promote interest, through members, in all phases of gardening, horticulture, floral design, conservation, and protecting the environment. South Shore Garden Club
South Shore Garden Club meets the first Monday of the month beginning after Labor Day, September through June at 6:00 p.m. (No meetings in January, July, and August). Meetings are held at Grace Presbyterian Church, 2931 South Kinnickinnic Avenue. Meetings include dinner/social hour followed by the business meeting and an educational program or fun project.
During the summer months the club meets up for a garden walk and participates in an educational garden trip.
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Wisconsin Garden Club Federation promotes and shares the love of gardening. In addition to horticulture and landscapes, they offer educational opportunities to learn about floral design through classes taught by experts in their fields.
For information regarding Bees and Butterflies, Floral Design, Gardens to Visit, Native Species and Invasive Species, Plant Societies, and the Wisconsin Master Gardener Program, please visit:
Held the fourth Saturday in April at the Wisconsin Club
Held the third Saturday in May at Grace Presbyterian Church
A donation is made each year to the Bay View Community Center food pantry. In addition, club members bake and donate 30+ dozen cookies during the holidays.
We support our veterans! A donation is made to the Fisher House Wisconsin; a home for veterans and military families who fly in for treatment at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center.
A donation is made each year to Humboldt Park to support the Bay View Fourth of July Parade.
A $500 scholarship is awarded each year to a student in Horticulture Education.
Sheryl Stawski, President Rita Majerle-Klug, Vice-president Amy Collelo, Secretary Sally Tower, Treasurer