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Hooksett Garden Club

Hooksett, New Hampshire


Organized and Federated in 1997






Mission Statement

The Hooksett Garden Club wishes to encourage interest in all phases of gardening, floral design and horticulture; aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources; and to assist in the civic beautification of the community.

Be sure to click on the bars at top left to find meeting information, club officers, continuing club projects and information about past and upcoming events as well as a slideshow "Raising Monarchs".

Member of : New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.; National Garden Clubs, Inc.; and New England Garden Clubs Inc.


This is the 25th Anniversary of the Hooksett Garden Club!

We look forward to celebrating this milestone with lots of interesting programs and events. If you have considered joining our club, now would be a good time so that you are included in our Members Only events. Find our membership application at the bars at top left.

The Hooksett Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

Saturday, June 4 9am to noon (or until sold out) Rain or Shine

R&R Public Wholesalers 1371 Hooksett Rd. Hooksett

Plenty of free parking

Annual • Perennials • Vegetable and Herb Plants

House Plants

Garden Themed Yard Sale • Ask a Master Gardener Booth where you can ask questions • Childrens Table

Raffle Items from local businesses and crafters (raffle tickets available at sale)

Upcoming Programs

Upcoming Hooksett Garden Club programs for 2022.

May

We will again have Sarah Marcoux speaking on herb gardening on May 25. Co-sponsored with the Hooksett Library and free and open to the public. Meeting will start at 6:30pm.

June

The HGC and the Hooksett library will co-sponsor a film called “My Garden of a Thousand Bees” by acclaimed wildlife filmmaker Martin Dohrn. He turns his lenses on the surprising and spectacular bees living in his own urban garden in Bristol, England. This film, aired on PBS last year, highlights the crucial role pollinators play, and encourages viewers to consider planting wildflowers in their own backyards and communities to support pollinator habitats. Following the 1-hour film, Ron Trexel, working in his role as a UNH Extension Advanced Master Gardener, will answer questions from the audience. The film will be shown at 6:30pm on Wednesday June 22, and is free and open to the public.

A special 25th anniversary celebration at Oscar Barn Wedding Venue in Hooksett on June 29. A buffet style dinner for members and a spouse or guest preceeded by a tour or Hip Peas Farm.

July

"Cocktails in the Garden" at the home of Elisabeth Murphy and Elllen Doherty on July 27. Members Only.

August

A second "Cocktails in the Garden" at the home of Jennifer Kippin on August 24. Members only.

September

A program on mushrooms presented by William Dunkerley (Dunk), who owns Dunk's Mushroom Products and Forraging LLC in Brentwood, NH. This is being co-sponsored with the Hooksett Library and is free and open to the public. September 28, starting at 6:30pm.

October

We will have Marie Nickerson from the UNH Extension Service speak about Celia Thaxter's garden on the Isle of Shoals.This is being co-sponsored with the Hooksett Library and is free and open to the public. October 26 starting at 6:30pm.



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