Click here to find out more about our August speaker!
BLOOMING ART 2017 is over, but...
Click here to see a list of all artists who donated their work to inspire all our talented arrangers, and some photos of the evening's opening event.
FLOWERS FOR WINDEMERE!
A colorful gathering took place at Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Friday, June 30.
(Photo courtesy of the MV Times.)
Click here to read the article in the MV Times and peruse the slide show! And click here to read Joan Eville's thank you to the MV Times and many thanks to Donaroma's for donating the flowers used in the Windemere event!
WATERCOLOR IN BLOOM
When: August 1, 2017 @ 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Where: At the Polly Hill Arboretum
$45 / $35 for PHA members.
Get $10 off each class if you sign up for 3 or more up front.
Pre-registration required. Please call 508-693-9426 to sign up.
Alternating Tuesdays: August 1 through September 12.
Join artist Lynn Hoeft for a series of watercolor classes focusing
on the flowers of the Arboretum. Lynn says, “We’ll paint the flowers
of summer, focusing on whatever plants or trees are in full bloom at that moment. Weather permitting, we’ll paint ‘en plein air’ to capture nature’s detail in brilliant color. In case of rain, we’ll meet in the new Education Center, painting from a variety of cut flowers and branches.” No previous watercolor experience is required.
Participants will need to provide their own supplies; a materials list
Click here to find out more or to register for the class.
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Martha's Vineyard Garden Club
PO Box 5061
Vineyard Haven MA 02568
The Martha's Vineyard Garden Club, established in 1924, is an island-wide community organization of almost two hundred members (including many seasonal residents), who share a passion for gardening, conservation, and maintaining our unique environment. Our monthly meetings are both educational and social; our programs are varied and designed to meet personal and community needs. New members and guests are always welcome.