Club Information

Contact Us

Garden Club of Mountain Lakes

P.O. Box 341

Mountain Lakes, NJ  07046

mlgardenclub@gmail.com

mlgclub.net

Key Club Objectives

  • Education
  • Floral Design
  • Horticulture
  • Conservation
  • Personal Growth and Friendship

  • Members are encouraged to pursue their gardening passions and to share their knowledge, questions and challenges through our meetings

  • Work in the community and on special projects, allowing members to enjoy a special camaraderie

  • Develop our mutual gardening interest which spans multiple generations and perspectives

Club Meetings

  • Club meetings are held at the Mountain Lakes Public Library, 9 Elm Road, Mountain Lakes in the downstairs Community Room, on the fourth Wednesday of the month from September to May.  Meetings are held at 9am or 7pm.

  • Each meeting features a speaker or activity, light refreshments, and an opportunity for members to share a floral design and/or a horticulture specimen. 

  • Non-members guests are welcome for the speaker program. If you’re interested in attending, please email us at: mlgardenclub@gmail.com.

Membership Information

The club is open to all residents of Mountain Lakes and the surrounding community who are actively interested in Gardening, Floral Design, Horticulture, Conservation and/or the comraderie of a club which embraces members from multiple generations and perspectives. The Garden Club of Mountain Lakes is a "working club" which expects every member to take on an active role. New members are welcome to join anytime of the year.

 

Dues

Dues for active and provisional members is $50.00 per year.  Active members enjoy discounts with selected local suppliers and garden centers.

 

Provisional Membership

Individuals who wish to join The Garden Club of Mountain Lakes will be accepted initially as provisional members. Provisional members will have an opportunity to explore all of the programs and activities available to members by fulfilling the requirements below:

 

  • Attending a Meeting

  • Assist in a Junior Nature Club project

  • Help with a Monthly Meeting Hospitality 

  • Volunteer at the Spring Plant Sale in May

  • Help at one of the Community Gardens

  • Participate in a Floral Design Workshop

 

Membership Expectations

All members are encouraged to attend monthly club meetings and programs.

In addition, all active members are required to serve on at least one committee and to help with one or more club projects each year.  Each spring, as part of the membership renewal process, members have an opportunity to join committees and volunteer for positions. In addition, members are required to participate in the club’s annual Plant Sale fundraiser.

Membership Application