Wareham Garden Club
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Wareham Garden club was organized in 1938 and became federated in 1942.
To promote the mutual interest in and enjoyment of gardens.
To exchange ideas and methods, also seeds, plants and other garden material among our members.
To aid in projects for beautifying our town.
To educate and legislate for the protection of all natural resources.
To study and enjoy wildlife.
To preserve and rejuvenate our environment
Member of National Garden Clubs Inc. , Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts Inc, The Nature Conservancy, The Wildlands Trust of Southeastern Massachusetts, Coalition for Buzzards Bay, and Massachusetts Audubon Society
Members = 92

Regular meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, excluding July and August, at St. Patrick's Church Hall, 82 High Street, Wareham, MA. Meetings begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by the monthly program and refreshments.

Club Projects
  • Civic beautification planting, weeding and watering town gardens.
  • Historic preservation and landscaping in cooperation with the town and the Wareham Historical Society.
  • Monthly garden therapy meets the 2nd Friday, Oct - May,  from 10:30-11:30 am at the Gateway Adult Center, 2621 Cranberry Hwy, Wareham.
  • Civic/Christmas decorations: Captain John Kendrick Museum, Fearing Tavern Museum, Lighthouses, Old Town Hall, Union Chapel, One Room Schoolhouse, Methodist Meetinghouse, Tobey Hospital, Wareham Free Library.
  • Books for the library and/or planting in memory of deceased members.
  • Community beautification awards.
  • Flower arrangements provided for historical homes.
  • Newsletter "Clippings" published monthly, providing information about conservation, horticultural and GCFM and NGC projects.
  • Fundraising activities include Spring and Fall Plant Sales, Christmas Fair and Bake Sales, Garden Tours, and Flower Shows.