The Racine Garden Club
was founded in 1927.
It is still going strong more than ninety years later with its mission of Education, Conservation, and Civic Beautification.
The Club's purpose is to educate the public, further the principles of conservation, beautify the environment, teach horticulture and help on worthwhile projects such as planting and maintaining the Williamsburg Garden. Being non-profit, all proceeds from the garden tour go to scholarships for local horticulture students and civic projects.
"I just attended my first meeting at the Racine Garden Club, and may I say: what a nice group of graceful, gracious ladies who have a plethora of experience and knowledge about gardening and flowers. I was welcomed very warmly to this lovely group. Thank you Ladies... I will be back...and I encourage anyone to check them out."