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2015 Annual Rummage, Plant and Bake Sale Grossed $2, 820.65!


We had a very successful sale and a delightful time seeing everyone who came out.
Stay tuned for pictures.

Have you seen the gardening ladies and men around town, sprucing up the planters or working in the Nature Park?
Did you see the beautiful wreaths on Weaverville Town Hall and the Library during the holidays?
Have you ever wondered who does this and how we fund these efforts? 

Active Membership and Community Support for
The Garden Club of Weaverville!
Our primary funding comes from our annual rummage, plant, and bake sale. Please join us this year!
Saturday, May 2nd  8:30 – 1:00
Lake Louise Community Center, Weaverville
60 Lake Louise Drive (on the hill across from the park)

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Diggin’ Dirt Day – April 21, 2015 9:00 AM

Our spring beautification project for the Town of Weaverville will continue on Tuesday, April 21, at 9 AM.  All members and anyone else who is interested please meet at the downtown clock to see where help is needed for the several beds we maintain on Main Street.

Please bring your gardening tools, we’ll need several shovels to make removing the plants and bulbs go quickly, watering cans, hat, gloves and your water bottle.

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Diggin’ Dirt Day: September 16, 2014 9:00 AM

Diggin' Dirt Volunteers
Dirt Diggin’ Gardeners Work 3 hours to be Grinnin’ Happy with Town Gardens!

A work session took place on September 16, 2014 for weeding and planting some fall color in our downtown Weaverville flowerbeds. The session usually only takes us one to two hours to get the beds looking beautiful.  We brought pansies and a few fall mums to liven up the beds.  We encouraged anyone who can to bring a few extra perennials from your gardens to add to the public spaces, we would love to plant them. Possible donations were purple verbena, cleomes (spider plant), cardinal flower, etc.  We advised everyone to bring a water bottle, sunhat, hand tools, gloves and watering can if you can.  We encourage club members to plan to be a part of the next fun and satisfying 3D session.

Leaders Confess:  Dirty Deeds Do Pay Off!Dirty Deeds Pay Off!