LBGC will be open to the public every Friday from 9am till 11am. Guests are invited to purchase cards, crafts and plants.
In keeping with CDC recommendations the following safety measures will be observed....
1. Masks covering nose and mouth must be worn by everyone inside the clubhouse
and on our property wherever social distancing cannot be maintained.
2. Hand sanitizer will be available at the door to the clubhouse. Gloves will be available if needed.
3. Maximum of 2 guests in the clubhouse simultaneously - only in the stage area.
4. LBGC meetings are no longer open to the public.
Lemon Bay Garden Club is a 501(c)(3) organization which was established in 1959 by community minded, garden loving, artistically talented women with the aim of giving back to the community. We encourage the study and practice of horticulture, landscape design, and floral design; aid in the beautification of the town of Englewood; and help protect and conserve natural resources. The Club provides both financial and hands-on support to a variety of municipal, educational, and environmental organizations throughout the region. We provide scholarships to second, third and fourth year college students who major in environment related studies. We also provide camp scholarships to youngsters to attend Florida Federation of Garden Clubs' Camp Wekiva, located in Apopka, Florida. (Contact the Club to request an application.)
Our monetary income is derived from sales of plants propagated by our members and cards and crafts designed by our members. We also benefit from community fundraising projects, individual donations, and grants from the community.
In return our members' wellbeing benefits from volunteer work in our community
and countless hours spent working in our gardens and crafting.
Come join us!