Mount Hamilton Horticultural Society
The mission of the Mount Hamilton Horticultural Society is to educate and promote an interest in all areas of horticulture and related environmental issues. We are a charitable, non-profit organization. We make substantial donations to the Green Angels Program at the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG), the Hamilton Victory Gardens and the Neighbour to Neighbour Community Gardens. For the last twenty years, our Society has designed and maintained the gardens at Jason's House, a March of Dimes Home in a quiet neighbourhood on the west mountain. We have an ongoing beautification project at the Norman 'Pinky' Lewis Parkette in the north end of the lower city. In 2019, we will be helping to rejuvenate the garden at the West Hamilton Cenotaph which is being rededicated in honour of John Smith, OHA president in 1969 and former president of the MHHS in 1962-63 and 1986-87.
You do not have to live on Hamilton Mountain to join our Society. We welcome anyone from the Hamilton area, and beyond, to become a member.
Immanuel Christian Reformed Church
61 Mohawk Road West
Hamilton L9C 1V9
$15.00 per person
|President||Kathryn Spiwakfirstname.lastname@example.org||(905) 574-8997|
|Past President||Claire M. Kostyshynemail@example.com||(905) 544-6077|
|Treasurer||Maryann Bottsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(905) 387-9595|
The MHHS meets on the 3rd Friday of each month, except May, July, Aug. and Dec. Our annual plant sale is in May. Doors open at 7:00. Meetings start at 7:30. Guest admission is complimentary. Plenty of free parking. Wheelchair accessible. Our new meeting hall is a one floor plan with no stairs. It is bright & warm with superb acoustics.
You will hear a professional speaker, enjoy coffee and tea with baked goods supplied by members and have a chance to win a draw prize. Business meetings are very short. Our brown bag contest is in Feb., March is a craft display by members, April Tools Day, Strawberry Social in June, Pie Night in Oct. There are several mini flower shows, photo contests and a major flower show in either June or Sept. Nov. is our awards banquet with a special speaker.
Any person who joins in September or October becomes a member for the rest of that year plus the following year. Any person who joins our Society for the first time at our annual plant sale in May will receive a 20% discount on their plant purchases at the sale. Members receive a 10% discount at the following nurseries: Satellite Garden Centre, Harper's Garden Centre and Sharples Garden Gallery.
Once again, and we cannot emphasize this enough, you do not have to live on Hamilton Mountain to join our Society. We welcome anyone from the Hamilton area, and beyond, to become a member.
|General Meeting||18 September 2020 at 7:30 Due to Covid-19, this event has been cancelled.||Immanuel Christian Reformed Church, 61 Mohawk Rd W, Hamilton, L9C 1V9||Our speaker, Kevin Kavanagh, will talk about "Zone Pushing Due to Climate Change"; Our major flower show takes place at this meeting|
|General Meeting||16 October 2020 at 7:30 Due to Covid-19, this event has been cancelled.||Immanuel Christian Reformed Church, 61 Mohawk Rd W, Hamilton, L9C 1V9||Elizabeth Matheson will give a floral demonstration. There will also be a mini flower show and a photo contest. October is also 'Pie' Night".|
|Dinner and Awards Banquet||20 November 2020 at 5:30 Due to Covid-19, this event has been cancelled.||Immanuel Christian Reformed Church, 61 Mohawk Rd W, Hamilton, L9C 1V9||Members and invited guests only. This is a ticketed event. Our special speaker is Kathy Renwald.|