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The CGCI Online Calendar is a FREE member benefit for Club, District, APS and Affiliate "SPECIAL EVENTS" (flower shows, garden tours, fundraising events) open to the public.

PLEASE NOTE that regular monthly meetings are not included here.  If your District has a website,  contact the district website manager to request posting to their online calendar.

The CGCI Official Calendar includes:

CGCI Official Events (including NGC Schools) in green

NGC or Pacific Region events in blue


March 21: Southern California Garden Club, “Take Me Out to the Ballpark” Bus Trip
9:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.   $30; Depart from Balboa Sports Center, 17015 Burbank Blvd., Encino 91316. Former club scholarship winner Chaz Perea, Dodger Stadium’s Landscape Manager, will lead us on a private tour of Dodger Stadium’s new botanical garden. Dodger Stadium is the first sports arena in the country to have an accredited botanical garden.  Information: Carol Vallens,, 818-378-1313.
March 25:   Southern California Garden Club, “The Circus Comes to Town,” a Standard Flower Show   9:00 AM – 1:30 PM, FREE, Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd, Encino 91436.   This is the club’s 56th flower show, featuring designs, horticulture specimens and educational exhibits; plant, white elephant and baked goods sales. Entries must be placed by 11:00 a.m. Friday, March 24.   Information:   Sherry Molinari,, 805-716-3299.
April 15   Red Bluff Garden Club Inc.  Annual Plant Sale
9 am – 2 pm FREE,  Parking Lot, First United Methodist Church, 525 David Ave. Red Bluff.   Annual plant sale with our locally grown garden perennials, annuals, veggies, succulents, some trees and shrubs! Great plants and great prices! Information:  Judith D. Paul,, 530-200-5013
April 15: Poway Valley Garden Club ‘Blooms & Tunes” Flower Show & Plant Sale
9:00a.m. – 3:00p.m. FREE, Templars Hall, 14134 Midland Rd, Poway CA 92064. This is the 44th Standard Flower Show for Poway Valley Garden Club. The updated Flower Show Schedule will be available to download at the end of January at Entries accepted April 13 from 4-7pm and April 14 from 8-10am. The Plant and Garden Art sale will be from 9-3 around the Gazebo.   Information: Janice B. Schock,
April 22:  Westlake Village Garden Club Annual Plant Sale
11:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.  31514 Rustic Oak Drive, Westlake Village, CA 91361.  Succulents, mixed planting, garden accessories, birdhouses.  Information:  Nancy Bortz,, 818-522-2339,
April 22:   Bonita Valley Garden Club Plant Sale
9:00am- 3:00 pm, FREE,  Bonita Museum and Cultural Center Patio, 4355 Bonita Rd., Bonita 91902.  BVGC’s annual plant and garden treasures sale to raise funds for our scholarship program. Information: Susan Currie , 619-892-2933
April 29-30:  Folsom Garden Club 21st Annual Garden Tour “Gardens of Folsom”
Saturday: 11:00a.m.-4:00p.m.; Sunday: 11:00a.m.-4:00p.m. Admission $20.  This year’s tour will include eight beautiful and unique gardens. Will we also have a Plant Sale, Bake Sale, an onsite fabulous raffle, a Food Truck and a Coffee Bar.  Information:, 916-276-7179,
April 29-30  Riverside Flower Show and Garden Tour
FREE  9 am – 5 pm   Elks Lodge, 6166 Brockton Ave., Riverside CA 92506
Join us as we celebrate our “Diamond Jubilee, Festival of Flowers”, a 75 year old Riverside tradition! FREE at the Elks Lodge Community Flower Show this year.  Beautiful displays (new!) and information from our long-time partners: Raincross Rose Society, Riverside/San Bernardino Counties Orchid Society, Gates Cactus and Succulent Society, Inland Region Iris Society, Inland Koi Society, and Riverside Master Gardeners.  Garden Fair shopping for unique hand-crafted garden treasures.  Fun and informative garden presentations of youth and adult show entries.   For a $10 ticket, you may also take our self-guided Garden Tour (16 and under are free). Nine local gardens will help us celebrate with a shining variety of picture perfect gardens to suit all tastes. Come on out! It’s a great way for the whole family to enjoy the beauty of Springtime in the IE!  Information: Janette Proof  951-850-8277

May 6   Lake Oroville Area Garden Club
9 am – 4pm FREE.   Sank Park, 1067 Montgomery Street, Oroville, CA  This is our 11th Annual “Garden Gift Sale in theGazebo”. The club plants succulents in unique and decorative planters, and offers them for sale right before Mother’s Day. In addition, there are annuals and perennials, birdhouses, yard art, Atlas gloves, and Raffle baskets. This is our major fundraiser for the club year. Information: Ilene Herringer, (530) 846-3987
May 4 – May 7     Red Bluff Garden Club, Inc. NGC Standard Flower Show
4 pm – 8:30 pm, fair entry is $15,  Tehama District Fair, 650 Antelope Blvd. Red Bluff 96080.  Our Red Bluff Garden Club and Tehama District Fair sponsor this flower show for adult and junior entries with divisions for horticulture, design, botanical arts, and outdoor garden planters. Information: Judith Paul,, 530-200-5013
May 6 – 7  “Art in the Park” Flower Show, Plant Sale and Garden Art Boutique
10 am – 4 pm FREE.  Jim Porter Recreation Center, Brengle Terrace Park,1200 Vale Terrace Dr, Vista,CA 92084.For 87 years the Vista Garden Club has presented Our Gift to the Community, our Standard Flower Show! Our Horticulture exhibits are awesome, displaying the bounty in Vista. Be prepared for stunning Floral Designs, interesting Educational Exhibits, and awesome Botanical Arts Photography entries. In addition, we always have a fabulous Plant Sale, with an astounding amount of beautiful and interesting varieties donated and nurtured by our club members. Lastly, but not least, our Garden Art Boutique has many creative hand crafted garden treasures for you to enjoy in your own garden! Join us for this beautiful event!  Information: Mimi Gizoni, , 760-716-1283
May 13    Fallbrook Garden Club Spring Flower Faire Extraordinaire
9 am – 2 pm  FREE.  Fallbrook Historical Society, 1730 S Hill Ave, Fallbrook, CA 92028. Plants, Garden Art, and Unique Containers with potted plants will be for sale! All proceeds go back to the FGC’s community projects and scholarships. Great gifts for Mother’s Day. Information: Marci Eisenstadt,, 760-731-8942
May 13  Lake Forest Garden Club’s Spring Boutique and Plant Sale
8 am – 1 pm.  FREE.  Lake Forest Beach and Tennis Club, 22921 Ridge Route Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630.   We work throughout the year propagating plants and creating and finding unique garden items for our Annual Spring Plant Sale and Boutique held in May on the Saturday of Mother’s Day Weekend. The members spend a lot of time and energy on this event and it is a full and fun day for our members and community. Information:  Ginny Heard,, 949-294-5972,


June 3 – 4  2023 Paradise Garden Tour
10 am – 4 pm  $20 Paradise Irrigation District, Lower Parking Lot, 6332 Clark Rd, Paradise, CA 95969.   This is a self-guided, driving/strolling tour of privately owned gardens in Paradise. At the Tour Hub (the center of operations, demonstrations, and other information) you’ll find a big Plant Sale and our Gardener’s Boutique. This year the tour will feature examples, tips, tricks, handy hints, and demonstrations for bringing yards and gardens back to life. Our tagline this year is “Watch Us Grow!” Information:  Cheryl Habriel,, 530-877-3435. 



March 20-21:  NGC Gardening School, Series 1, Course #4 VIA ZOOM
March 27-28: Flower Show School Symposiumpostponed until August.
See listing below
March 29: Tri-Refresher  CANCELLED

April 14-16: Flower Show School Course 3
Sponsor:   Valley Judges Council, Chairmen: Judi Picinini and Jennifer Waite. Modesto, CA
April 17-20:   Pacific Region Garden Clubs Convention
Embassy Suites by Hilton, 20610 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA

May 2-5:   NGC Convention, Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs, WV
June 5-9:   CGCI Convention, Palm Garden Hotel, Thousand Oaks, CA
Host:   Southern California Garden Club; Chairman: Rita Desilets
August 3-6:  OFAD Seminar 2023, San Francisco
August 7-8:  Flower Show School Symposium, San Francisco (following OFAD Seminar)
September 23-25: Flower Show School Course 4
Sponsor:   Valley Judges Council, Chairmen: Judi Picinini and Jennifer Waite. Modesto, CA