Ripon Garden Club
The Mission of the Ripon Garden Club:
- to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening,
- to aid in the protection of native trees, plants, and birds,
- to improve and protect the quality of the environment through programs and action in the fields of conservation and education.
Our Garden Club is a group of interested, dynamic volunteers that are dedicated to giving back to the community through civic beautification, school enrichment, and student scholarships.
Monthly meetings begin with an opportunity to interact with other members and guests, followed by informative speakers covering a range of topics. Refreshments are served. A brief business meeting follows the speaker.
We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am, unless otherwise stated.
American Legion Hall, 206 Stockton Ave. Ripon, CA. 95366
Guests may attend for free.
Questions about our club contact President, Deb Travaille 209-531-4200
Come check us out!!
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
American Legion Hall
206 S. Stockton Street
Ripon, CA 95366
Join The Club:
Please consider becoming a member of the Ripon Garden Club! Dues are $20 per year.
Download this form, fill it out, and mail it along with your check to the address below or bring it to one of our meetings.
We love to see new faces!
Ripon Garden Club Hosts
their Annual September Stroll
SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 12, 2020
Member of the National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC), Pacific Region, California Garden Clubs, Inc. (CGCI), Valley Lode District (VLD), Ripon Chamber of Commerce
The Ripon Garden Club was first created in 1954 as a 501-c3 non-profit with the goal of protecting native plants and insects, to encourage civic beauty, and further educate the community about the environment. The club is led by a group of volunteers joined by a love of gardening and dedicated to giving back to the community.
Proceeds from the September Stroll support scholarships provided to graduating high school seniors and community college transfer students in pursuit of an environmental or agricultural focused degree. Funds also support current projects such as Ripon’s downtown flower pots, Garden Therapy, school gardens and education, arbor day activities, Penny Pines and the Blue Star Memorial.
Currently the Ripon Garden Club is working to save the declining butterfly population through the careful creation of a butterfly garden to be located in Stouffer Park. Construction is underway and donations to further the cause are gratefully accepted. Contact Shannon Kuhn, Ripon Garden Club, 929 Spring Creek Drive, Ripon, CA 95366, or call her 209-499-1972.
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