Strathalbyn Garden Club

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Welcome to the Strathalbyn Garden Club  


Yes we are back! Garden Club is Happening on
Friday 28th August 9.30 for a 10am start.

• Numbers will be limited to 70. You must register to attend. Ph 8536 6276
• Social Distancing at all times including at the raffle table and morning tea
• Do Not attend if you are unwell
• Do not attend if you have been in contact with anyone who has travelled or been in contact with anyone who has
tested positive to COVID 19.
• Use hand sanitiser frequently
• Wash hands thoroughly especially after using a tissue and visiting the toilet
• Cough into your elbow not your hand
• NO HUGGING or SHAKING HANDS—keep your distance.
• We will be required to sanitise all the surfaces we touch and cleaning products will be supplied.
• A COVID plan is in place and we have nominated COVID Marshals.

 Any questions contact the President Norma Keily 8536 6276, mob. 0416 173 573,

The Strathalbyn Garden Club was originally formed to bring together keen gardeners and people generally interested in gardening, so that their interests and information could be shared with one another, thus providing each member with greater knowledge and enabling them to better care for their own gardens.

Since its formation in 1997, the Strathalbyn Garden Club has blossomed into a vibrant, informative, friendly and social group, meeting on regular occasions to conduct its numerous garden-related activities.

The Club is a non-profit making organisation supported by the enthusiastic efforts of the members. It's main purpose is to provide a social gathering for people interested in gardening, to exchange ideas, to conduct plant sales, to join in various garden-related activities, to travel on trips and excursions, and to be entertained and educated by guest speakers who talk on various garden-related topics.

The Club meets on the fourth Friday of each month. The monthly meetings are held in St Andrews Church Hall, Alfred Place, Strathalbyn SA.

Meetings commence at 9.30am for a 10.00am start and generally finish around noon. Morning Tea Break is held after the business part of the meeting has been concluded and the Raffle has been completed.

A guest speaker gives a presentation on a gardening-related topic at most meetings. Also, any member may give a talk of up to 15 minutes on any gardening topic of interest.

Image of Adelaide's Japanese Garden - November Garden Club Trip 2011

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