Since its founding in 1961, the purpose of the Concord Garden Club has been to encourage the study of and interest in all phases of home gardening, to promote better horticultural practices, civic beauty, and the conservation of our natural resources.
The Concord Garden Club has been the force behind the beautification and maintenance of the attractive gardens located at the Township Hall, Cemetery, and Community Center as well as on other Township grounds. The Club devotes time and talents to winter holiday decorating to be enjoyed by all our citizens and visitors.
Our Club encourages conservation by recycling. We properly collect and dispose of medicines and batteries within our membership, to promote conservation of our area's natural resources.
Consider becoming a part of this talented and creative team of gardening enthusiasts by contacting the Concord Township Recreation Department at the Community Center at 440-639-4650. They will put you in touch with the current Garden Club President.
Do You Recycle?
CLICK HERE for a listing of local places to take a wide variety of recyclable material.
CLICK HERE for even more recycling options.
The Garden Club spearheaded a renovation of the gardens around Concord Township's Old Stone School (7125 Ravenna Road) in 2015.
CLICK HERE to see a video of the Old Stone School garden transformation!
The video can also be viewed on Concord's cable TV station
(AT&T Uverse channel 99 & Time Warner channel 96.20)
at Noon daily and at 4pm & 8pm Monday thru Friday.