Welcome to
 The Stamford Garden Club

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CHANGE TO OCTOBER
PHOTO BENCH SHOW

Please click on the Membership Meeting on October 13th for more!

Welcome Back!
See what the September Social
Distanced Meeting looked like!

Click Here: September Meeting

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PLEASE SAVE YOUR POLLINATOR SEEDS FOR
THE SHIRLEY MENEICE SEED SHARE!!
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About The Stamford Garden Club

Founded 1921, The Stamford Garden Club is a member of The
Garden Club of America, Inc., the Federated Garden Clubs of
Connecticut and the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc.

We are NOT your grandmother’s Garden Club!
Creative?

Want to Learn More?
Love Flowers?
Appreciate Nature?
Grow Veggies?
Want to Create a Pollinator Garden?
Concerned About The Environment?
Want to Help The Community Too? We welcome you to attend our meetings.
Scroll up & find the calendar on the left for the next one!

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Join the Pollinator Pathway

Plant native plants that butterflies, bees and

other insects need to thrive.
For more information click on this link:
Pollinator Pathway Stamford
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ART IN THE PARK – A GREAT SUCCESS! 

Stamford's Camila Pena, 6, creates an architectural model at the 3DuxDesign booth with her parents, Kelly and Henry, at the Art in the Garden for Kids event at Fort Stamford Park's Goodbody Garden in Stamford, Conn. Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019. Presented by the Stamford Garden Club, the event featured music from local artist Brittany Santacroce as well as many children's activities including drawing, crafts, robotics, writing and more. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media / Greenwich Time

Here’s the link to the Advocate article/pictures!
Stamford Garden Club hosts children’s event
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The Annual Lettuce Challenge!


Mayor David Martin with Lettuce Challenge winners.
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Thank You to Eastern Land Management for their generous donation supporting The Lettuce Challenge

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The purpose of the Garden Club of America is to stimulate the
knowledge and love of gardening, to share the advantages of
association by means of educational meetings, conferences,
correspondence and publications and to restore, improve and
protect the quality of the environment through educational
programs, and actions in the fields of conservation and civic
improvement.