On the second Monday of the month, members gather for educational lectures and fun hands-on demonstrations while enjoying the camaraderie of fellow gardeners. Members also give generously of their time and expertise keeping Milford beautiful. We actively maintain various sites including the Colonel Shepard Bridge, Emerson Park, Korean War Memorial, and World War II Memorial.
Milford Garden Club programs are free and open to the public. Programs start at 10:30 a.m.. See Programs tab for more information.
Day: The second Monday of the month.
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Place: First Congregational Church Parish House, 10 Union Street, Milford, NH
Prior to the program, members gather for coffee, snacks, and conversation at 9:00 a.m. followed by a business meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Thomas Young, Local Amateur Naturalist
Thomas will speak on the local ornithology, lepidopterology and entomology in your garden and backyard. Find out what are those birds, butterflies and insects in your garden, and what are they doing there. Please bring pictures of birds, insects, butterflies that you have seen in your garden and do not recognize, or about which you might have questions!
Thank you to all the garden club members who contributed their time, energy, and plants to this year's sale.
And THANK YOU TO THE COMMUNITY who came out
to shop for plants, listen to the Milford High School Jazz Band, buy raffle tickets, and generally support our club.