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Flamingo Gardens is the ideal place for Adults to experince nature, create, grow and enjoy friends.


Twice Monthly

Interested in impacting meaningful environmental change in your own backyard? Rising temperatures, erosion of our beaches and waterways, pollution and coastal flooding are all issues facing South Florida and YOU can make a difference! The Eco-teers are a Flamingo Gardens volunteer outreach group that support habitat protection, coastal resilience, and environmental projects in Broward County, and provide climate change and environmental education to residents and visitors.


Camera Club

Monthly Saturdays from 8:00 AM - Noon

Monthly meetings take place on the second (or first) Saturday of every month at Flamingo Gardens. Once a month, Camera Club members enjoy early 8:00 am entry to Flamingo Gardens to capture morning light followed by a 10 am meeting with lectures, tips, and lessons. Camera Club members are also invited to participate in the annual Photo Club exhibit and receive one free pass for a photo friend to join them for early entry.​ You must be a current member of Flamingo Gardens.


Orchidteers Club

Weekly Thursdays at 9:30 AM

The Flamingo Gardens Orchidteers are a group of volunteers that meet weekly to mount new orchids and care for existing orchids while gaining hands-on experience. Their mission is to develop Florida native and exotic orchid repositories to build awareness, interest, and education at Flamingo Gardens. The Orchidteers consist of volunteers from different orchid societies, to Master Gardeners, orchid aficionados, and novices wanting to learn.

Please contact the Education Department for availability and reservations at
954-473-2955 X 115, [email protected], or use the button above.

Contact the Clubs Department