Societies in Ontario
Maxville and District Horticultural Society
The Maxville & 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 as we strive to learn new and interesting ideas. Although through the past year and again into this current year we have had to adapt and adjust to many different challenges in order to fulfil this obligation. Due to restrictions following the outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic many functions of our society changed.
As we are not able to share the fellowship of meetings, we have established contact with our membership and other societies, through social media on our Facebook page and email contacts. We now are able to share informative and interesting presentations by guest speakers via Zoom virtual meetings. We will do our best to promote planting flowers, trees and shrubs. We shared seeds with a local school kindergarten class.
Maxville Sports Complex. Dining Hall
Maxville K0C 1T0
$15 each or $25 per couple
|President||Phyllis Van Egmondfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our general meetings are normally the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30. ( Mar., Apr., Sept., Oct.)
|March General Meeting||Mar. 17th, at 6:30||Virtual||Guest speaker, Lia Lindeman, will speak about “Winter Seed Sowing for beginners"|
|April General Meeting||April 21st, 6:30 pm||Virtual||Guest speaker, Lisa Sabitini, will share her own experience with Lyme Disease.”|
|Spring Plant Sale||CANCELLED||Outside at the Farmers Market in Maxville.|
|September General Meeting||Sept 1st, at 6:30pm||Outdoor presentation if Covid-19 restrictions allow) or via Zoom||Guest speaker, Katie Andrews will share her experiences tagging butterflies at Mable’s Meadow Butterfly Waystation.|
|Fall Plant Sale||Sept 10||Outside at the Farmers Market in Maxville.|
|October General Meeting||Oct. 20th, at 6:30pm||Virtual||Guest speaker, Ronna Mogelon. Presentation on “Wild edibles in our backyard” How to identify, cook and eat our native wild plants.|