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.
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:
For more information and for meeting times and locations contact: [email protected].
The Society was formed to preserve artifacts, documents and other materials pertaining to the original Mayfield Township that was dedicated in 1805. The Township at that time consisted of Gates Mills, Highland Heights, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village and a portion of Lyndhurst.
The Bennett-VanCuren Historical Museum has eleven restored rooms that reflect the time period of the original house and the several later additions. The lower level has a Log Cabin, School Room, Tool Room, and Print Shop.
The Museum also has an extensive historical reference and genealogical library for public use.
Each year Mayfield School district 3rd Graders tour the Museum as part of the current Ohio curriculum.
Mayfield Quilters have their workshop on the second floor.
Informational Historical Meetings are the second Wednesday of October, November, December, February, March, April, and May at the Community Room, Wilson Mills Road and S.O.M. Center Road.
To view Mayfield Village’s Sesquicentennial book for a look back in the history of the Village, click here.
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.
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: http://www.mayfieldwomensclubofwc.com/