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Since 1969, the Men's Garden Club of San Antonio has served the community by fostering garden programs and doing charitable events to support the youth and general garden community

Plant Sale
Plant Sale

Hollywood Park Plant Sale (March 2021)

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Todd & Larry
Todd & Larry

Larry receiving The President's Traveling Trophy

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Home & Garden
Home & Garden

During the Home & Garden show, children learn how to plant

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Plant Sale
Plant Sale

Hollywood Park Plant Sale (March 2021)

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The Men's Garden Club of San Antonio is open to all men and women. We have monthly meetings and participate in community events throughout the year such as:

  • Mobile Children’s Garden at various garden events

  • Judging the Regional Science and Engineering Fair at St. Mary’s  University

  • SAWS Spring Bloom

  • Hollywood Park Plant Sales

  • Festival of Flowers

  • Herb Market and Basil Fest at The Pearl

  • Beck's Tamalada

Get Involved
  • General Monthly Meetings  (except June, July, Dec) at 7 p.m. on the 1st Thursday of month (usually)

  • We have a picnic in June

  • Our annual banquet is early December           

 

Next meeting 

7:00 pm, October 6th 

at San Antonio Garden Center, located at

3310 N. New Braunfels

 

 

 

 

(2 blocks East of Broadway at the corner of N. New Braunfels and Funston Place)


UPCOMING EVENTS

 
  • National Night Out

       04 October

 

  • Fall Home and Garden Show

       30 Sep-2 Oct

 

  • Herb Fest at The Pearl   

       23 October

 

  • Hollywood Park Market   

       13 November

 

  • Beck's Tamalada 

       29 October​

    Email us for more information 
mensgardenclubofsa.org@gmail.com

Current Horti-Bull

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Or better yet, Join Us!

 

 

 

 

Contacts:  

  • Robert McDaniel (President) (210) 542-1888

  • Iván Román (210) 845-7073

  • Paul Huegel (210) 493-9853

  • Darlene Badorski (815) 436-3970

  • Vallerie Hartfield  (210) 240-1466

 

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