"Orchids 101" with Sasha Crotty, president, Massachusetts Orchid Society. Be on the look out for the Evite!
"A Fruitful Christmas" ... from Mary Jean's Pinintest page
Thank you, Helen!!!
Garden Club Members - Happenings ...
Brook School Apartment florals sporting a new look!
Members Linda Angelucci & Dana Markmann created these stunning and festive fall displays at the Brook School Apartments. Pictured here is the urn in the driveway circular. They also did the Sign Post decorations which hundreds of people drive by each week and some of the entrance gardens as well. When you get a chance, check it out!!!
Thank you Linda & Dana!!!
Paine Memorial Garden - 9/11
The Elizabeth Paine Memorial Garden has a new bird bath ...
Story from Suzanne Vocatura ....
As you may know, the Garden lies on what was once part of the Case Estate which was acquired in 1863 by Jame Case. As you may recall, the garden was in search of a bird bath. Well.. while in the Garden a couple of weeks ago, a person came to me and said that there is a beautiful bird bath that resides on the Case Estate concealed under a beech tree, encased in fallen branches. .... read more
A BIG SHOUT OUT to Suzanne Vocatura, Donna Goulart, Leslye Fligor, Lisa Casey, Michelle King, Mary Ann Mattoon, Julie Greenberg, and Tina Peters.
THANK YOU LADIES!
A "big thank you" to all of you who came to Landsake and lent a helping hand in creating beautiful, wonderfully festive floral arrangements with eye-popping colors!
Check out pics from the event up on the rotating graphic above! ~ Michelle K.
Welcome New & Returning Members!
Dear Friends and Fellow Garden Club Members,
What a glorious summer it has been in New England! I hope this letter finds you all savoring these last moments of summer, and looking forward in anticipation to the change of season. This change shifts us into full planning mode for fall gardens and holiday decorating.
It is such an exciting year for the CGCW, as we are entering our 60th year as a club! Our club has made such an impact on the various gardens and community spaces in Weston over the past 60 years. I am proud to be a part of it's heritage and it's future. As some of you know already, I will be your President for the next two years, with new member, Mary Alice Karol serving as membership chair, taking the presidency in 2016. Thank you all in advance for your continued support and commitment to the CGCW as we move the club forward in our community efforts and education. We have a very exciting year planned in programming, and will celebrate in style in May at Anne O'Neil's gorgeous home with our 60th Birthday Celebration!
Please join me in welcoming our newest members: Sharon Alphas, Annie Bourne, Claire Callewaert, Tracy Cohen, Liz Gilbard, Julie Greenberg, Donna Hazard, Trisha Howard, Mary Alice Karol, Donna Pearlstein, Tina Peters, Amy Riedel, Jordan Tobey, and Susan Weiss. It's so exciting and invigorating to have 15 new members! Many of these new ladies have stepped up and joined our board and committees in leadership roles already. Thank you for sharing your expertise, energy and time.
Make sure to check the yearbook, review your contact information and mark your calendars for all of our meetings, Paine Garden and High School Courtyard work-days, Golden Ball Tavern Decorating and Party, Bloom'in Art, and Garden Mania. To make our club strong it takes enthusiasm, participation and commitment from everyone.
I am honored and humbled to work with each and every one of you at the Country Garden Club of Weston, as we come together as a group to celebrate 60 years. This awesome collection of women today share in the same goal: To learn and encourage, and to further the knowledge to beautify our lovely town.
Bloom In Art - Feb 27th
Thank you to the members who participated in "Bloom In Art", it was a for a spectacular showing of art and flowers. The reception was well attended featuring nine works of art curated by gallery owner and garden club member, Julie Mussafer of Jules Place of Boston. These art works were florally interpreted by nine teams of garden club members. The show ranged from tonal landscapes to vibrant, graphic works.
If you missed Bloom In Art, you can still what our talented members created by visiting our Gallery page.