The Club provides docents for the Christmas Tour of Homes. Club members also work at the Holiday Market associated with the tour.

Club members make swags and wreaths of live greenery for entrances into the City of Avondale Estates and Mountain View Personal Care Home.

With the City Manager and staff, the club selects an area in the City of Avondale Estates that needs beautification.  The club funds the plants and other materials and provides labor for the initial installation.  
Club members participate in an annual Halloween and Easter Egg Hunt clean-up day following these events in the neighborhood.

CONSERVATION (continuing)
The Club participates each year in the City of Avondale Estates “Save the Canopy” project, planting trees throughout the neighborhood.
Club members collect aluminum pop-top rings for the Ronald McDonald House.

Each month the Club’s Garden-of-the-Month Committee selects an outstanding garden for recognition and posts the Garden-of-the-Month sign.  The home owner is presented with a photograph of their garden and a card certifying their selection.  The committee maintains a scrapbook of photos and descriptions.

GARDEN THERAPY (STATE) (continuing)  Members give Christmas stockings to the residents of Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, GA, with personal donations for the stockings in November.
Members create and sign Valentine’s Day cards for patients at the Veterans’ Administration Hospital in Atlanta.

Christmas wreaths are made by members and placed in Mountain View Personal Care Home.  Ongoing activities include monthly birthday parties for the residents, fresh floral arrangements for the tables, holiday parties, and planting and care of outdoor flower planters.  The club also invites some of the residents to attend our annual Pancake Breakfast and committee members provide transportation for residents who attend.

FAIRFIELD PLAZA (continuing)
Avon Garden Club has undertaken a project to revitalize and refurbish the landscaping on Fairfield Plaza.  The garden club developed a gardening plan for the plaza with the guidance of local experts and members of the club.  The basic landscape design remains the same but struggling shrubs were replaced with drought tolerant, low maintenance plants and grassy areas will be refurbished to provide a welcome play area for family fun.