Societies in Ontario
Maxville and District Horticultural Society
The Maxville and District Horticultural Society was established in 1923 to promote horticulture and the beautification of our community. We continue today, following the experience of past leaders and strive to learn new and interesting ideas. Still enjoying the fellowship of meetings, educational speakers and workshops. Always promoting the planting of trees, shrubs and
flowers in the community.
We have informative and adventurous day tours and bus trips to exciting places. Our summer home-garden judging, Highland Games and Christmas home judging promote contests, competitions and exhibits related to Horticulture with prizes awarded. Our August flower show is held at the Maxville Manor, seniors home. This is an enjoyable day for members
involved and residents get to participate, experience the beauty of the flowers and are served cake and juice.
Our collaboration with the Kenyon Agricultural Society And the Glengarry Pioneer Museum reflect more of our dedication to helping our Community. And this years Pollinator House project has evolved to a very exciting level of success.
Maxville Sports Complex. Dining Hall
Maxville K0C 1T0
$15 each or $25 per couple
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Our general meetings the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30. ( Mar., Apr., Sept., Oct.)