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Welcome to the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs

We are located at 560 N. Academy Street  Greenville SC 29609.  The historic 1830s house is open for docent led tours Wed. Thurs, and Fri. from 10am to 2pm.  The gardens & arboretum are open daily during daylight hours.       Plan your visit today! 

 

A Note from President Joan Wilson….

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR
I hope all of you have enjoyed the holidays and are ready to greet 2020 with lots of enthusiasm for another challenging and fun filled year with the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs.
Upcoming dates to remember:
January
* West Piedmont District awards due January 15th
February
* Club and Council Presidents’ Report due February 1st
* Educational program with Don Faulkner (Carolina Birder) on February 4th
March
* Deadline for GCGC Council Awards on March 1st
* West Piedmont District Meeting on March 3rd
* South Atlantic Regional Meeting in Greenville March 19-20th
Tea party at the Kilgore-Lewis House for the Regional Meeting and tour of house and
gardens.
Plans are being made for our Arbor Day Program on April 23rd and our Garden Tour on
May 8th and 9th. We will keep you updated on these two special events as the plans are finalized.
Many thanks to all of our club members. Without your hard work and generous contributions, it would be impossible to maintain our beautiful house and gardens. May God Bless each and every one of you with a “Happy and Healthy” 2020.                                            

 

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Elegance and spaciousness make the Kilgore-Lewis property a favorite spot for weddings and other events. This lovely house and the spring in its gardens are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Kilgore-Lewis House serves as the headquarters of the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs.
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Expecting THE ring soon? Kilgore-Lewis, an historic house built in 1838 with 3.5 acres of gardens on a small lake, is the ideal place for a wedding day that will be more beautiful than you can dream in a location that is close to downtown but feels like a secret romantic hideaway! Come see for yourself!

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