Monthly Meetings

Guests always Welcome! Summer meetings, May through September, will be held at 10:00am at member's homes.
All meetings from October thought April will be held at the Oakdale City Annex at 11:00am.

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    Dogwood day & Flower show

    April 12 at the Oakdale Museum, F St 10am to 4pm. Dogwood tree sale, flower show, art show and vendors on site. Enter your flower in the show!! Click Here for more info and Here for Rules.


      Down By The River

      Presented by the Oakdale Garden Club, The 8th annual Down By The River is a Free Event!
      Click Here for more info.

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    Salad bar Luncheon

    Annual scholarship fundraiser. All you can eat salads. Raffle/silent auction/plant sale. June 17, Oakdale Community Center.

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    2014 Meeting Programs

    • August
      Surprising facts about plants
    • September
      New Member Tea
    • October
      Floral design for competition
    • November
      My story in words and quilts
    • December
      Holiday Pot Luck
    • January
      No Meeting
    • February
      Flower Transfer
    • March
      Slipping and growing quality plants
    • April
      Water wise landscaping
    • May
      Artistic / Horticulture design garden
    • June
      Annual Salad Bar Luncheon
    • July
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    Festival of Trees

    Each December the Oakdale Garden Club places decorated trees in Wood Park that have been sponsored by a business, organization or an individual. The trees are lighted from early December until January 1st to give the downtown a colorful and festive feel. Each decorated tree has a hugh candy cane with the sponsor's name to thank them for supporting this community event. Trees are delivered to their sponsors prior to the first of December for decorating. They are returned to the park the first Friday in December and installed by members of the Oakdale Garden Club. A tree lighting ceremony is held during which the community is invited to see the trees lighted by Oakdale's Mayor. Free snacks and drinks are garden club members. This event not only lights up the downtown, it is designed to high-light the importance of trees past, present and future, to our city. For information on how to sponsor a tree, contact the Oakdale Garden Club.