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Millis residents with cable may watch some of our past educational programs on
Millis Community Media Channels 8 & 11.
The programs are also available via video streaming on

Join Our Garden Club
And Have Some Fun!

Please consider joining the Millis Garden Club.
If you want to

- give back to the community
- learn or share information about gardening and horticulture
- meet fun & interesting people
- support Millis students through scholarships
- add beauty to Millis

Join us!

Please consider joining the Millis Garden Club and be a part of a vibrant, enthusiastic group dedicated to beautifying our town and supporting Millis students through our scholarships. Please come! You may join the Garden Club at any time.

If you want to give back to the community; wish to learn or share information about horticulture; are new to the area and want to meet people -- we are the club for you!  

For more information about membership, click here


Millis Beautification Day

RESCHEDULED from our usual second Saturday in April. Please note date change for 2015: May 9, 2015, from 8am to noon. Click on the “CIVIC PROJECTS” button on the left.

Because of our record snowfall, our clean-up day has been delayed a month.

Mark your calendar for May 9, from 8 am – Noon.

In 2015, the Millis Garden Club and Millis Lions Club will join forces for the 11th consecutive year to improve the appearance of our town. Many enthusiastic and committed community members also participate. Millis Public School students play a significant role in the success of the event. 

In 2014, volunteers cleaned up over 113 cubic yards of leaves and trash. Five dump trucks hauled away the brush and dead trees our volunteers cleared. We also weeded, raked & mulched to improve many public sites throughout the town.

Each year we hear many comments on how nice the streets and public areas of Millis look after our clean-up efforts. We appreciate the businesses that support our efforts with cash and in-kind donations. We hope to continue our efforts for many years to come and to rally as many helpful hands as possible.

Community volunteers are encouraged and welcomed!

For more information, contact Bonnie Hilton, MGC Co-President.