The Camden Garden Club invites one and all to the Picker Room at the Camden Public Library on Wednesday, March 4 at 2:00 pm to celebrate our 100th birthday. The Camden Garden Club, which has done so much to promote beautification and civic betterment in Camden over the past century, has chosen “All Those Flowers” as its centennial theme. During the entire month of March, in the Picker Room at the Camden Public Library, exhibits will showcase the numerous contributions the Camden Garden Club has made to the community: the tree program, the flower baskets and wreaths on the lampposts, the traffic islands, the Village Green beds, the Children’s Amphitheater, scholarships, and much, much more. The exhibit will include a slide show of historic photographs, newspaper articles and awards that commemorate 100 years of the oldest garden club in Maine, and the dedication of members past and present.



Celebrating 100 Years of Flowers!

The Camden Garden Club Presents A Very Special House and Garden Tour In Beautiful Camden, the Jewel of the MaineCoast

July 16, 2015

9:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m. Extended hours at some homes

Enjoy a day visiting  gardens and grand summer  “cottages" from our early years

               Historic inns • Light refreshments                                Vintage autos •  Exhibits •  Crafts              



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March 4,2015 - 100th Birthday Celebration of the Camden Garden Club at the Camden Public Library from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to or Camden Garden Club, PO Box 952,Camden, ME.04843.

March 4 through March 31,2015 - An Exhibit of 100 years of the Camden Garden Club.  Photos, a slide show, and artifacts  will be on exhibit at the Camden Public Library.

March 24,2015 Marylee Dodge owner with her husband Charles Dodge, of Spite House, and Theresa Mattor, coauthor of Designing the Maine Landscape by DownEast Press,  will talk about “The History of the House and Gardens of Spite House” An added bonus will be a viewing of a film showing Spite House being moved by barge. Join us at the  Picker Room at the Camden Public Library at 10:00 AM. 

April 23, 2015 - Kristin Anderson and Sherrie Clark, RN will talk about “What Bowenwork and Gardening Have in Common” at 9:30AM at the Congregational Church on Elm Street in Camden. All are welcome.

June 15,2015 - House and Garden Tour Tickets go on sale at local businesses throughout the mid-coast for $35.  Tickets are available on line now.

July 16,2015 - HOUSE AND GARDEN TOUR - CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY. Tickets can be purchased for $40.00 at 3 ticket sites the day of the tour. 

August 27,2015 - Lee Schneller author of  The Ever Blooming Flower Garden: A Blueprint for Continuous Color,  will be speaking on “Creating Japanese Inspired Gardens in Maine” at 9:30 AM at the Congregational Church on Elm Street in Camden. All are welcome!

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