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  • Timely Topic For Garden Club: Pruning Flowering Shrubs

    Spring will arrive on March 20, and The Garden Club of Newtown will focus on the new season with “Pruning Flowering Shrubs,” a timely presentation by Nancy Dubrule-Clemente, on Tuesday, March 25. The program will begin at 1 pm at C.H Booth Library.

  • Floral Design With Beth Caldwell

    The next meeting of The Garden Club of Newtown will offer just what most people need to take their minds off of the cold and snow and bring flowers into our lives again: “Take the Fear Out of Floral Design” will be the featured topic with a demonstration by Beth Caldwell at 1 pm Tuesday, February 25, on the lower floor of Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main Street (at the flagpole).

  • ‘Bonsai Fundamentals,’ Next Program Being Hosted By Garden Club Of Newtown

    The ancient art of bonsai will be the featured topic for The Garden Club of Newtown this month with a presentation by David Silver at Newtown Meeting House on Tuesday, January 28, beginning at 1 pm.

    In his program “Bonsai Fundamentals,” Mr Silver will discuss the principles of bonsai, including training, maintenance, care and display. He will demonstrate how to use nursery stock to create a bonsai, which will be raffled at the end of the lecture.

  • Another Great Greens Sale

    To the Editor:

  • Garden Club Of Newtown Preparing For Annual Christmas Greens Sale

    The Garden Club of Newtown will hold its annual Christmas Greens Sale from 9 am until noon on Saturday, December 7, at Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main Street (at the flagpole).

  • Garden Club To Host ‘Tulips & Windmills’ Program

    The October meeting of The Garden Club of Newtown will feature club member Deb Osborne with a travel adventure, “Tulips and Windmills.”

    Mrs Osborne’s program will be at Cyrenius H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street, on Tuesday, October 22, at 1 pm.

    Two years ago Mrs Osborne took the garden club and its guests to Antarctica with a photographic presentation of her travels there. This year she will share stories from her European trip.

  • A Perfect Venue

     To the Editor:

    The Garden Club of Newtown would like to thank McLaughlin Vineyards and staff for hosting our Fall Luncheon.

    We couldn’t have chosen a more perfect venue to kick off our garden club year.  This pastoral setting with patio overlooking the vineyard is a real treasure and we highly recommend it for meetings and private events.

    Sincerely,

    Kathy Williams & Holly Kocet

  • Program On Cultivating A Bee-Friendly Garden, May 28 At Library

    The May meeting of The Garden Club of Newtown will feature Kathy Olson, a/k/a The Bee Lady, with an informative presentation on “Cultivating A Bee-Friendly Garden.” The program will begin at 1 pm on Tuesday, May 28. It will be in the lower meeting room of Cyrenius H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street.

  • Incorporating Flowers Into An Organic Flower Garden

    The Garden Club of Newtown will feature an early spring look at organic gardening with Nick Mancini’s timely presentation, “Incorporating Flowers into An Organic Vegetable Garden,” to be presented in the lower meeting room of Cyrenius H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street. The program will begin at 1 pm on Tuesday, April 23.

  • "Gardening Adventures With Flowering Shrubs," March 26 At Library

    The March meeting of The Garden Club of Newtown will feature Kerry Ann Mendez with a program on flowering shrubs, at Cyrenius H. Booth Library at 1 pm on Tuesday, March 26.