GARDEN CLUB MISSION
To provide educational opportunities for members and the general public in the areas of home gardening, landscaping, and horticulture while promoting interest and activity in the beautification and conservation of our environment. We accomplish our Mission through members’ active participation in numerous projects and activities including:
• Annual Plant sale: This is a fundraiser and you can find out more here for 2020!
Featuring annuals, perennials, shrubs and vegetables particularly suited to our local environment.
• Special garden tours.
• Monthly educational programs.
• Opportunities to enroll in garden club schools, attend District meetings and State Flower Shows.
We welcome new members.
Prospective members are asked to complete and mail in our membership inquiry form and we will promptly contact you regarding membership procedures. Select here to download the membership form as a pdf.
MEETING TIME & PLACE
Time: Meetings are held at 10 a.m. on the second Wednesday of the month (between September and June).
Place: Corbett Fire Hall meeting room, 36930 Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett, Oregon.
The Columbian Garden Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We gratefully accept donations to support our Mission. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
CLUB PROJECTS & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Horticultural Scholarship at Leach Botanical Garden designed to offer hands-on experiences for college students aspiring to a career in horticulture, public gardening and landscape architecture or design.
Blue Star Memorial Highway Marker at Multnomah Falls, Corbett Post Office, Corbett School District and historic Springdale School.
to many local, state and national organizations: 4-H Program, Head Start, Blue Star Memorials, National Cemeteries, Corbett Fire Hall, Vista House, Columbia Grange, The Oregon Garden. Corbett School District Gardening curriculum.
The Columbian Garden Club is in Multnomah District www.multnomahdistrictgardenclubs.org of the Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs www.oregongardenclubs.org and is a member of the Pacific Region www.pacificregiongardenclubs.org and National Garden Clubs, Inc. www.gardenclub.org.
For more information, please contact Columbian Garden Club President Debby Simone at 503-695-2658.