The Cocoa-Rockledge Garden Club was organized in the Sun Room of the Cocoa House on March 27, 1927. The Club has continued to be involved in community and county projects. Members are afforded the opportunity to become better educated in the fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, floral design, landscape design and environmental awareness. They also work on civic beautification projects within the community and with the youth to instill a love of gardening and respect for the environment. The Club was federated in 1928. The first flower show was held in the arcade of Delannoy Avenue in 1928. After leaving the Cocoa House, meetings were held in the Library, Old City Hall and, lastly, in private homes before moving into the new Garden Center built in 1964.
With a full service kitchen, stage, seating, and dressing room available, our facility is perfect for your upcoming event. We have a permanent pavilion for an outdoor ceremony as well.