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Since 1955, the Austin Area Garden Council and its member clubs have been a major partner in providing educational programming in the Austin Area Garden Center. Today, AAGC is composed of 30 affiliated garden clubs with approximately 1,500 members. Each club’s meeting features speakers on a wide range of topics from specific plants to gardening techniques to using plants in arts and crafts projects. Monthly club meetings are open to the public and held in the Austin Area Garden Center unless otherwise noted. AAGC club members also “dig in” as volunteers and work with the City and Conservancy to plant, weed, and re-create garden beds. Many clubs also offer member-only field trips, study groups, and other service opportunities.
See our Club Roster below for meeting times, websites, and contact information for the club you’re interested in. Please join AAGC in our continued labor of love in Zilker Botanical Garden.
To find out about gardening events around Austin, check out the current issue of Garden Happenings
- Current Issue: PDF File
Information for AAGC Club Reps
Schedules for Meetings, Reports Due, Elections
- AAGC Calendar 2021: PDF File
- What Do Club Reps Do in April? : PDF File
*NEW* Forms for Items Due in April
Forms to Make Year End Reports Easy!
Reporting form for Club Educational Programs and Activities
Publicize your club’s events
AAGC clubs now have three ways to publicize their events. Each has its own advantages as well as format and space requirements. If you have any questions, contact the AAGC officer listed next to the outlet, and they’ll be happy to help you determine which format(s) are best for you!
- Zilker Botanical Garden website and calendar, www.zilkergarden.org – Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
- AAGC’s Garden Happenings, emailed to club members – Questions? email@example.com
- AAGC’s Facebook page – Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Make Your Request
Ready to go? Know which format you want? Use this Online Form. Once you start you need to complete the form in one sitting, so have your information handy, including dates, times, title and description of the event, and any logos or images to upload.
Want to print the form and email it to us? Use one of these forms to request Club Event Publicity
The Club Roster shows meetings times, websites, and contact person for our 30 member clubs. Check out the website of the club you’re interested in or email their contact person for more information. We hope you will come join us in the garden!
clubs with this symbol were among the original six clubs that founded AAGC.