Events for 2019

Its 2019 and already many activities are planned. You may want to mark your calendar now!

March Garden Day – March 16 at Grand Haven Community Center, get more information here:

Ottawa Conservation District Tree Sale – Orders due by April 5th, get more information here:

District IV Leadership Meeting – Thursday April 11, in Rockford, ask your club president for details.

Landscape Design School Series XII Course 1 April 22-23in Grand Haven, get more information here:

MGC State Convention June 5,6, and 7 in Traverse City, get more information here:

Thank you 2018 Garden Walk Sponsors!

The Tri-Cities Garden Club, Inc., would like to THANK the following individuals/businesses for their support of our 24th Annual Garden Walk “Country Stroll,” which will be held on Saturday, June 23, 2018 in Fruitport, MI.  Tickets to this event will be available at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum in June or at any of the homes on walk on the day of the event.


Homeowners:         Art and Peggy Iversen

Keith Skrabis

Ryan Freeman

Robert Friese

Sandy and Steve Sokolowski



Pam Averill, five star* Real Estate Leaders

Bella Mia Bed & Breakfast

Shannen Drent, Huntington Mortgage Group

Spring Lake Floral

Village Baker

Ebby’s Pet Bakery & Boutique

This N That Variety & Consignment

Doug Heins, State Farm

Warehouse One Antiques & Collectibles

Systema Funeral & Cremation Services

Weiss Chiropractic Wellness Center

Warehouse TWO Antiques & Collectibles

Mike Rose Landscape & Irrigation

Deborah Rewitzer, Fur Crazy Pet Salon

Jack’s Waterfront Bistro & Bar

Cindy Sabo, Sabo Skin Care & Massage

Lynell Hanley, Beyond Skin Deep

Ladybug Hair Salon

On the Path Yoga

Village Pharmacy of Fruitport

Barry County Antique Show

Members’ Tea

Club members enjoyed gathering at historic Weaver House in Pine Bend County Park for the annual Members’ Tea luncheon.  This year’s honorees were all of the committe chairpersons who help to keep the club vibrant and active.  Special recognition was given to Pat Bazany for her leadership in maintaining the community herb garden in Grand Haven for the last ten years.  Prizes were given for the best hats, and winners were Roger Mckay for best contemporary hat, Ginny Ryan for most flamboyant hat and  Jackie Wilson for best vintage hat.  It was a beautiful day, the luncheon was delicious, and a lovely time was had by all.  See the photo gallery for more pictures of the fun!

Member’s Tea 2017

Member’s Tea 2017

2017 Flower Show

“FLOWER POWER – THE 60’S”, the Tri-Cities Garden Club annual flower show will be held July 13 – 15, 2017 at the Spring Lake District Library, 123 Exchange St. Spring Lake, Michigan.  This event is free and open to the public.  Hours are Thursday July 13 from 3p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday July 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday July 15 from  9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Flower Show Judges Luncheon

Flower Show Judges Luncheon
The Flower Show Judges luncheon has been finalized and will be held once again at Jack’s Restaurant in the Holiday Inn in Spring Lake.  We have arranged with them to have a buffet.  The price per person will be $15, which includes the 20% service charge and 6% sales tax. I have attached the menu for your review. The lunch bar will include a mixed greens salad with house-made ranch and raspberry vinaigrette dressings, warm rolls and butter, half wraps (chicken salad without walnuts, turkey club), and chicken and wild rice soup.
If you plan on attending please give your $15.00 to Kathleen at the next garden club meeting. We must have an exact headcount to give to the Restaurant 3 days prior to our event.