Mailing address:
5495 232 Street
Langley, B.C.
V2Z 2P8

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Welcome to the Langley Garden Club

    1941 - 2019 Celebrating 78 years

Club Meetings

Club meetings are held on the second Monday of each month (except January) at the United Churches of Langley, 21562 Old Yale Road, in the basement. It is at the intersection of 216th Street and 48th Avenue, Langley B.C. (Five Corners in Murrayville). Doors open at  6:30 pm and the meeting starts at 7:00 pm.

 

A hearty welcome is extended to all members to attend meetings. Annual dues for the Langley Garden Club are just $25.00 per person.  If you just want to come and check it out before joining, we offer a $5 drop-in fee per meeting. The monthly meetings are informal and fun and consist of a small business portion, show and tell, a judged parlor show, refreshment time, a raffle and an informative and entertaining speaker.

 

Once a year each April, our Club hosts the Annual Spring Show & Sale featuring a much larger juried show, commercial vendors, bake sale, plant sale and more!  Members also enjoy an August picnic and a December Christmas party.

 

Come, join the club and enjoy!

Next regular meeting

 

Monday November 11, 2019.

We are pleased to announce the guest speaker for this meeting:

Our speaker will be Ken Warren, on Darts Hill: a Legacy of Trees. Ken is a Park Technician with the City of Surrey at Darts Hill Garden Park and is currently the Acting Director of Darts Hill. Ken’s career has spanned a number of areas in the horticulture field from nursery production, municipal park management to resort garden coordination. He co-leads the New Eden Garden Ministry that grows organic vegetables for marginalized people in the Lower Mainland. Ken will have the book “A Secret Garden, the story of Darts Hill Garden Park” by Margaret Cadwaladr so if you are interested in buying one, please come prepared.

See you there.

Check out our 2019/2020 Parlour Show Schedule here for full meeting details!

"Gardens and flowers have a way of bringing people together, drawing them from their homes"  - Clare Ansberry.