Join the Discussion The EPA has issued an invitation to the public to comment on the Allied Paper/Portage Creek/Kalamazoo River Superfund Site. There are both one-on-one meetings and workshops. For more information go to the flyer available under the Michigan Environment tab.
Earth Day, April 22, 2017 was the date for the Michigan Garden Clubs, 2017 District III Spring Meeting titled: Celebrate Earth The meeting was planned and executed by Meeks Mill Garden Club in Constantine, MI. Ginny Tavenier, Kathy Messner and Becky Dodd were the organizers for the event. Evelyn Flynn, District III Director was the emcee. […]
71st Annual Meeting of Kalamazoo Garden Council and Installation of Officers TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 2017 ELEVEN O’CLOCK A. M. HERITAGE GLEN GOLF COURSE 29795 Heritage Lane, Paw Paw, Michigan Schedule of the Day 10:30 A.M.: Registration 11:00 A.M.: Meeting, Installation of Officers, and Awards Presentations Noon: Lunch-pasta and salad bar, dessert and coffee or tea. […]
Westwood Garden Club fundraiser at Poor Richard’s Café 1105 E. Crosstown Parkway at Mills St. Kalamazoo, MI 49001 April 26, 2017 To donate to this event just eat breakfast or lunch at Poor Richard’s Café, tell your waitstaff that you are participating in the Westwood Garden Club fundraiser, and Poor Richard’s Café will donate 15% of your […]
Meek’s Mill Garden Club, Inc. presents: CELEBRATE EARTH Saturday, April 22, 2017 Time: 8:30 AM to 3:15 PM Constantine High School 1 Falcon Dr., Constantine, MI More information is available here.
National Garden Clubs, Inc., Presents: Landscape Design School Series XXI – Course II Will be held on April 24-25, 2017, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Haven Church […]
The Greens Sale held at the Kalamazoo County Expo Center is THE fundraiser for the Kalamazoo Garden Council. The 3-day event started with a Preview Party on Thursday, December 1st. Preparations began with the first committee meeting on September 27th. This year the sale was chaired by Brenda Carl, Council President. Her assistants were Carole […]
Do you or members of your family or friends shop on Amazon? Amazon has a new program for non-profits called Amazon Smile. Amazon will donate 1/2% of qualifying orders to participating non-profits. Kalamazoo Garden Council is participating. Our unique link to the Amazon website is here.
Kalamazoo Blooms for YOU! Held in conjunction with the standard flower show, the District III Meeting, occurred at the Fetzer Center on the beautiful campus of Western Michigan University. August 25, 2016 was the date for both events with the keynote speaker for the meeting, CJ Drenth, Garden Educator for Kalamazoo in Bloom. More than […]