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Yardley, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Founded in 1935                 



Happy 85th anniversary to us! Since 1935, the Martha Washington Garden Club has been meeting to hear educational lectures , working on Community Gardens, helping with Garden therapy at assisted living communities, providing college scholarships in memory of member Jane Parr, touring gardens, hosting plant sales, educating the community on healthy horticultural practices and so much more. We thank you all for being a part of this group .


YOU CAN READ THE CURRENT COPY OF OUR NEWSLETTER, THE LEAFLET, ON THE NEWSLETTER PAGE

OUR MEETINGS WILL BE OPEN TO MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY DURING THE PANDEMIC
MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT THIS AMERICAN LEGION LOCATION 

OUR NEXT MEETING
On Wednesday, Oct 27, we will have a meeting and presentation .  To keep attendees safe, this will be a closed meeting, only open to members and their guests, The general public will  not be invited to join us. . Please note our new meeting location is the American Legion, 41 Linden Ave, Newtown, PA 18940. The meeting will begin at 1 PM, and activities will conclude by 4 PM. Our speaker is  Mary Anne Borge, naturalist from Bowmans Hill.
Ms. Borge will present ‘Gardens with Buzz’, and explain best plants and trees and maintenance techniques to entice birds, butterflies and pollinators to our back yards.

On Wed  Nov 17 we will meet at 1 Pm at the American Legion, 41 Linden Ave, Newtown, PA  for a presentation on Williamsburg

Please check back for updates and check our EVENTS page for details  and our meeting schedule  . 



The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage interest in all aspects of gardening to include horticulture, flower arranging, conservation and civic beautification.

This meeting is open to club members only . Membership is  $30 for a year of free lectures, events, and special garden tours. See events page for details. Please email MWGC@ymail.com with any questions about our events . . Membership can be purchased by mailing a  check made out to Martha Washington Garden Club  to treasurer Anne Edwards, 48 Essex Place, Newtown, PA 18940  Please include your address , phone and email address  with your check. 



NEWSLETTER
see our link for current horticultural info

EVENTS
see our page for meetings, speakers, and events. All welcome. Tours also listed here.
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Our Constitution and By-Laws can be found on our CONTACT US page


A 501(c)3 organization

Martha Washington Garden Club , Bucks County
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Scholarships
The Jane Parr Scholarship is a $2000 scholarship given annually at our June luncheon to a student majoring in horticulture, landscape architecture, forestry, conservation, floraculture , turf management, organic farming, conservation wildlife management, or any related field. The scholarship is given in memory of Jane Parr, a former MWGC member and established and funded by Jane's husband, Russell Parr. Please click on Scholarship link to apply, or contact us at MWGC@ymail.com . Scholarship applications can be mailed to Arlene Gordon, 473 Liberty Drive, Yardley, PA 19067 or waltermgordon@verizon.net


Meetings
Garden Club Meetings are held September to May on the fourth Wednesday of the month . Please check events page for exact meeting times and locations and  more details. 

At most monthly meetings, we have a speaker presentation and a mini flower show. We are a 501(c)3 organization performing several small community service activities, coordinating tours to gardens of interest and providing workshops to improve our skills. 




For further information, please email us at MWGC@ymail.com
Gardening information to share can be emailed to MWGC@ymail.com



Thank you for supporting our mission of horticultural education for a healthier planet.

Each of us was but here in this time and this place
To personally decide the future of the world
Did you think you were put here for something less
        - Chief Joseph, 1880