Our presentations and workshops include lectures and hands-on demonstrations from experts in the field of horticulture and are free and open to the public.
One of a multitude of container gardens
Members meeting at Gail Douglas' home
ABOUT US OVERVIEW
The Millis Garden Club designs, plants, and maintains a variety of sites throughout Millis, including:
❊ Garden beds at the "Welcome to
Millis" sign at the corner of
Rte. 109 and Village Street
❊ Garden beds at the Pump House at
the intersection of Rte. 115
and Village St.
❊ Three-season container gardens at --
The Veterans Memorial Building
The Millis Public Library
The Millis Fire Station
The traffic island at Rte. 109
and Exchange Street
2016 Scholarship Winner Chad Hauptman
with his dad and MGC's Joan Nichols
The MGC provides annual passes to the Tower Hill Botanical Gardens. The passes are provided at no charge to Millis residents through the Millis Public Library. We encourage you to visit this wonderful public garden in Boylston, MA any time of the year. Passes may be reserved at the Millis Public Library. Please visit the Tower Hill website for specific details on events.
MGC’s Scholarship Program assists Millis students who want to further their education in a horticultural field. Complete scholarship information can be found here.
Each Spring the MGC partners with the Millis Lions Club to sponsor Millis Beautification Day, a town-wide clean-up tp help keep our town looking tip-top. It's a true community event.
Inspire. Educate. Grow.
The Millis Garden Club's goal is to enhance the beauty and spirit of our community through civic and fundraising projects in the field of horticulture. We were established in 2004 as a venue for those who share a common passion for improving both home and civic landscapes.
We offer diverse opportunities to inspire, educate, and stimulate our members, and offer the community ways to grow with us.
Honey bee program and tour
We hold fundraising and fun-raising events
to support our work.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, proceeds from our raffles and other fundraisers are essential to our civic beautification projects, programs, and scholarships.