Club members enjoyed a July Garden Party at one of our member’s beautiful home. It was a beautiful night and her gardens were spectacular!
Walnut Hill Garden Club Members and members of other South Shore garden clubs enjoyed garden tours of two of our club members’ gardens. Just beautiful!
The Walnut Hill Garden Club is seeking new members for the 2021-2021 Club Year. The club typically meets the first Tuesday night of each month during the months of September through June. This year we expect to have a hybrid of zoom and in person meetings. Our in person meeting location is the Phoenix Lodge in Hanover. Activities include monthly presentations on garden related topics, workshops, social gatherings, traffic islands, garden therapy, and kindergarten seed planting programs. Prior gardening experience is not required, just an interest in learning, and meeting some great people. If you are interested in finding out more you can email Audrey Barresi at email@example.com, or Libby Ritchie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard to believe the Walnut Hill Garden Club has reached it’s 50 year milestone! Because the Club was founded in 1969, we decided to go with a 60’s theme for our September 2019 Banquet. Everyone dressed in their 60’s garb and we danced to some great music from that time…”Let the Sunshine In”… And we are lucky to still have a several foundings members in our club. We all share a love of gardening, community, and friendship!
For Immediate Release January 23, 2016 NEWS
Walnut Hill Garden Club of Hanover, MA www.walnuthillgardenclub.org
Co-President Sue Hart, Walnut Hill Garden Club
(781)871-2467 or Email: email@example.com
Co-President Teri Mallory, Walnut Hill Garden Club
(781)871-4212 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Invited – Free Lecture
What: “Gardening with Native Plants – Why It Matters”
When: Tuesday, February 2, 7:15 PM
Where: Phoenix Lodge, Broadway and Washington Streets, Hanover MA 02339
The Walnut Hill Garden club of Hanover invites interested members of the public to a free lecture and slide show, “Gardening with Native Plants” to be presented by Claudia Thompson, a dedicated environmental educator, on Tuesday, evening, February 2 at 7:15 p.m. at the Phoenix Masonic Lodge, Broadway and Washington Streets, Hanover. An overview will be presented about the essential role of native plants in a healthy ecosystem and food web that links plants to bees, butterflies, birds, wildlife and humans.
Seating is limited: To reserve a place or for more information please call
Audrey Barresi at (781)924-1087, or e-mail Audbarresi@verizon.net,
or Joyce brown at (781)826-8886 or e-mail Jakb1256@comcast.net
Despite the chilly temperatures, Walnut Hill Garden Club members and members of the community came out this morning to help plant 2,000 spring flower bulb at Forge Pond Park in Hanover. The Walnut Hill Garden Club and Hanover Parks and Recreation would like to thank everyone who helped with the planting today.
The Walnut Hill Garden Club, had a beautiful and artistic floral arrangement on display at the recent Art in Bloom event at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This annual festival of art and flowers takes place across the Museum. The arrangement was created by Walnut Hill Garden club member Betsy Currier, with the assistance of Walnut Hill Garden Club Co-President, Tiziana Polizio.
Lilac Sunday will be held on Sunday, May 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Arnold Arboretum!
April 17, 2015 – If you are looking for something to do in this wonderful spring weather, stop by Forge Pond Park on King Street in Hanover, and look at the beautiful bulbs popping up. The Walnut Hill Garden Club in conjunction with the Hanover Parks and Recreation Committee organized a Community Bulb Planting last fall. Thanks to everyone who participated. The blooms look beautiful! Enjoy a nice walk on the park’s paved walking trails, or explore one of the park’s wooded trails.