Pottawatomie Garden Club
A spirited, award-winning group serving the community of St. Charles, Illinois.
Meetings: 4th Monday of the month, March though October

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Garden Walk-Saturday 6/26/2021
We host this biennial find-raising event with a walk through five private gardens in the St. Charles community.
Bridge Planting
Spring Luncheon 

Events...
We take pride in our wide variety of events, programs and community involvement. We enjoy our time together—learning, luncheoning, and working to beautify our community.

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We plant the two bridges in St. Charles and the area surrounding the Municipal Building in May and September.
Every April we host a Spring Luncheon for our members and their guests.  A garden themed program is provided. The table centerpieces are created by members to fit the theme of the luncheon.
Programs
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Most club meetings feature an informational or just-plain-fun program about gardening, floral design, or conservation and natural habitats.
Window Display
Fall Luncheon
On occasion we decorate the St. Charles Public Library display window and the Municipal Building's street-front window.
Members-only event in October recognizes new and honorary members, votes in the new board, and awards an annual Landscape Commendation to a local business.
Our objective is to cultivate the spirit of gardening...
Fundraisers
* Selling Garden Gloves
* Purchases at The Mum Mobile
* Holding a Plant and Earn at         Heinz Brothers Nursery and         Garden Center
* Holding an Eat and Earn at           California Pizza Kitchen and         Francesca's by the River
Members decorate the tables in spectacular fashion at the Spring and Fall Luncheons.  Wonderful memories and enjoyed by all! 
We donated a bench to the City of 
St.Charles-- accepted by Mayor Rogina 
and located by the Municipal Center.
Philanthropic
Community Outreach
We plant annual containers at the following places in our community.

Baker Memorial United Church
Living Well Cancer
Tri-City Free Clinic
Childrens Garden at Kane County Courthouse



Organized 1928                   Over 100 Members
Club flower: Columbine        Club newsletter: The Columbine
Children's Garden
Above and below, planting around the Municipal Building
Baker Church
The year we do not hold a Garden Walk we have a few fundraisers.  It's a great way to socialize and make money.
Some of our successful fundraisers are:
Fox River Corridor Project
We maintain the maintenance of the Bob Leonard Walkway along the Fox River in downtown St. Charles.