On the second Monday of the month, members gather for educational lectures and fun hands-on demonstrations while enjoying the company and camaraderie of fellow gardeners. In addition to meetings, garden tours and hosting the annual plant sale event in May, members give generously of their time throughout the year keeping Milford beautiful via various planting and maintenance projects around town.
The club's logo commemorates the year of its founding and features one of the planter boxes on the Stone Bridge (Colonel Shepard Bridge). The original artwork is by Nancy Chalder and the logo was first used in 2009. In May of 1932, the Milford Garden Club was established with only four members. It quickly grew to over a hundred. It has been in continuous existence ever since, making it one of the oldest in the state.
"With friendly cooperation, we render service to the community."
Congratulations to the design and assembly team for Milford Garden Club's winning entry in the Scarecrows Around Milford competition!
for more scarecrow pictures.
As part of the celebration of the club's 90th anniversary, a beautiful float complete with a birthday cake was prepared for the town's 2022 Labor Day parade.