Members enjoy the collegiality of interacting with others who share a passion for floral design, gardens, environmental issues and for supporting and enhancing public spaces.
Over the first, or provisional year, Provisionals must:
During this year the provisional will learn about the aims and goals of the club as well as our community involvement and projects. To enter the provisional year an individual must be sponsored by a club member.
The time commitment is approximately 20 days, from September through May, with coursework and committee meetings during daytime hours. The period from September to November is the most intensive for course work. There is an option to complete the provisional requirements over a two year period.
A member is a provisional who has successfully completed the provisional requirements. Members are expected to serve on at least one committee over a five year period. This can involve up to four hours a month to attend meetings. Members actively participate in the daily management of the club and it competitions, programmes and public projects.
Each spring, we hold an Open House in April for potential new members to learn more about our club, activities, charitable projects and membership requirements.
Our next Open House will be held April 27th, 2017.
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
If you would like to become a member, you must be proposed by an existing member of the Garden Club of Toronto.
PROCEDURE FOR PROPOSING NEW MEMBERS
NEXT MEMBERSHIP OPEN HOUSE
April 27, 2017
11 am to 3pm
with guest speaker Frank Kershaw
Join us at the Toronto Botanical Garden (777 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto) for our Open House where potential new members can learn more about our club activities, charitable projects and membership. ements
For more information or to RSVP: