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Associations & Organizations

There are many clubs and organizations in the Mayfield area.  They are always seeking new members and provide many opportunities for residents to be active in our community.


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Garden Club

Established in 1967

This Club encourages and supports gardening, civic planting, conservation activities, environmental and horticultural education, and flower arranging.

Regular meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the months, September through May unless otherwise stated. Guests are welcome. Please contact us at the email below for meeting times and locations.

This club is a member of:

Garden Club of Ohio Cleveland District
National Garden Clubs, Inc. Central Atlantic Region
Affiliate of the Cleveland Botanical Gardens and Holden Arboretum

Club projects include:

  • Funding Scholarships for local students and community plantings
  • Mother’s Day Plant Sale/Village Craft Market
  • Landscaping and plant maintenance at the Mayfield Township Historical Museum, Mayfield Union Cemetery, and the Monarch Way Station
  • Decorating a Cleveland Botanical Garden Christmas Tree
  • Assist with the holiday decorations of the Civic Center, Community Room, Gazebo, and the street signs.
  • Monthly educational tours and lunch for members and guests

For more information and for meeting times and locations contact: [email protected].

Mayfield Township Historical Society

The Mayfield Township Historical Society was formed in 1976 to preserve artifacts, documents and other materials pertaining to the original Mayfield Township that was established in 1819. The Township broke up in the 1920’s into the communities of Gates Mills, Highland Heights, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village and the eastern portion of Lyndhurst. The Historical Society gathers the history from all 4 of these communities.

The Bennett-VanCuren Historic House, built in 1847, at 606 SOM Center has 13 restored rooms that reflect the time periods from 1805-1930. Tours are Monday from 10:00 am-1:00 pm or by appointment by calling 440.461.0055. Donations for the tour are $3 adults, $1 children. The Mayfield Quilters meet here, there is an extensive local history research library, and the 3rd graders tour each spring.

Monthly Historical Meetings with interesting local speakers are held the second Wednesday of October, November, February, March, April, and May at the MV Community Room, 6621 Wilson Mills Road at 7:00 pm. Membership from January-December is $15 single, $25 family, $50 contributing, $500 lifetime.

We are seeking volunteers to help with curating, research, light garden/yard work, a docent, collecting current history and interviewing local residents, hospitality and baking cookies for meetings and so much more. Call if you can help us out.

To view Mayfield Village’s Sesquicentennial book for a look back in the history of the Village, click here.

The Mayfield Garden Club helps maintain the gardens with a yearly donation.

Membership is encouraged. 

For further information: 440.461.0055.

Mayfield Township Historical Society and Museum
606 S.O.M. Center Road
Mayfield Village, OH 44143
[email protected]
[email protected]

The Rotary Club of Hillcrest

The Rotary Club of Hillcrest has been in existence since 1959 and is a group of community business professionals. The club undertakes a wide variety of service activities in vocational, community and international promotion of good will and understanding. They also sponsor numerous social activities that provide fun, relaxation and opportunity for interaction with other members of the club and their families.

For additional information, contact:

Membership Chairman
Rotary Club of Hillcrest
5247 Wilson Mills Road, #352
Richmond Hts., OH  44143

Mayfield Women's Club

The Mayfield Women’s Club was organized in 1996. General meetings are at the Mayfield Village Community Room, 6621 Wilson Mills Road, September thru April at 7PM. Interesting speakers at each meeting. Tours of the metropolitan area for members. For more information vist:

Ongoing Projects:

  • Collection of food in November & December for the Food Bank
  • Holiday Tree Mittens & Scarves collected for the inner city
  • School supplies in collaboration with Cleveland Council of Jewish Women
  • Snacks for Ronald McDonald House
  • Aluminum Pull Tabs for Ronald McDonald House
  • Collecting tattered American Flags for Memorial Day Retirement Service
  • Collection of eyeglasses, jewelry, calendars, and Box Tops for Education
  • Schaolarships for the High School Graduates

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