Our April Flower Show was a Huge Success!

We exhibited, and won, pieces and ribbons at our first Spring flower show in April. There will be many more pics on Instagram, after all, why not show off what we have?

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Our next Meeting is in April!

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NAVESINK GARDEN CLUB SMALL STANDARD FLOWER SHOW SET FOR APRIL 12

The Navesink Garden Club is staging a Small Standard Flower Show titled 

“Dancing with Daffodils” on April 12. .It will take place at The Atrium at Navesink Harbor, 40 Riverside Avenue, Red Bank and is open to the general public free of charge from 1-3 p.m.

Excluding pandemic years, the club has a history of hosting flower shows since 1947.   The Navesink Garden Club is happily resuming this tradition and “Dancing with Daffodils will offer Design and Horticulture Divisions that feature a dancing theme throughout.

In the Design Division titled “Let’s Dance”, members are invited to enter a “design of any type” in three Classes called “Boogie Wonderland”, “The Twist” and “Disco Inferno”.   Participants will be eligible for a Designer’s Choice Award.

The Horticulture Division titled “Dancing Queen” will offer six Sections with 36 Classes that include the titles “I Hope You Dance”, “Casino Boogie”, “Mambo Italiano”, “Save The Last Dance”, “Tennessee Waltz” and “Sultans of Swing” Members are invited to enter and display their best examples of flowering trees, shrubs, narcissus, bulbs, rhizomes, corms and tubers from their yards along with container-grown foliage plants and container-grown flowering plants.  Participants will be eligible for Awards of Merit and Arboreal Awards.
The Navesink Garden Club invites those interested in horticulture and design to attend a meeting, enjoy a warm and friendly welcome and learn interesting club projects.  Most meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at The Atrium at Navesink Harbor, Red Bank starting at 10 a.m.  For meeting times and additional information, visit www.navesinkgardenclub.org or contact the Membership Chair at jomckeonhutton@gmail.com

Change in March meeting:

We will have Marina, our Club President, helping us to understand a great presentation in both design and horticulture. We begin at 10 a.m. with our usual monthly business meeting. Looking forward!

February Brings Us Back Together

Thanks to the efforts of our Melanie S. and Joanne M., both of whom worked diligently before and during the event, our return to the Atrium at Navesink was a success. You can see from our Instagram pics that everyone had fun with the exact same material, garnered from as far away as Africa.

The prizes that were awarded were whimsical and we all had a good laugh while admiring each others’ results.

Breakfast was delicious and plentiful. We are looking forward to being together in March. Come back here to keep posted on our events and photographs.

January Meeting Cancelled – Read on…

The Meeting planned for January 11, has been postponed until February 8, in place of our original plans. We hope to see you on soon as we continue to monoitor our CoVid situation. Join our list for updated plans as things can change rapidly.

Hopefully, things will calm down in a few months while we wait for increased vaccinations, and less illness.

Next Meeting Update

Welcome members to our annual Holiday Decoration session!

October Meeting and Small Design

Our latest meeting was immersed in the art of small design. Our speaker, Debbie Moran, had us enthralled with her creativity and successful stories of design’s trials and tribulations. After enjoying this talk, many of us were inspired to explore small design as an option in an upcoming show.

The meeting was only one of many interesting and worthwhile activities of this Club.

Catching Up – not CoVid!

The Club met over Zoom on our regular dates of March and April. The weather was sort of cold; we did not want to be outside just yet.

In March, We had more information on Marina K.’s project as Program Chair for us – Art in Bloom. She focused on choosing pictures and then demonstrating her own creations in 3D based on the artist’s work. This is a project that any Club can do, and it is a lot of fun. It also helps us and teaches us how to interpret what an artist does in terms of form, composition, color.

Here are some examples –

In April, Marina held the program “Art in Bloom” and asked those members who prepared entries to share them.

May was held outdoors at a member’s home, and Marina showed us in person(!) how to determine and groom your entries for a standard flower show. She also showed us how to fill out an entry card. There were many tips given, from “the horse’s mouth” as Marina is an experienced judge. We have a great resource in Marina.

Here’s wishing her luck as our incoming President in June. Her unwavering loyalty and leadership will be much appreciated and much different than the past year as we dig out of quarantines and restrictions and having little contact except on Zoom.

February already?

We held our February meeting on Zoom (!). We made a creative project our focus. Members were invited to create, and then display for us, their original designs. And what a turnout!

In addition, members created a “box.” Obviously, the potential was there for much leeway in ideas. Actually, many of the themes used were for Mardi Gras, which is soon.

You can catch up with us on Instagram, as we publish our pictures. Your webmaster has been kept busy increasing our social media presence, and we are hoping that it will encourage and cheer up our communities as we slowly make our way to our new normal life.

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