There will be one $500 scholarship awarded.
Please visit our scholarship page located on the menu bar above for scholarship details!
Everyone enjoyed the presentation in February by Joan Butler on
"Birds: Creating welcoming habitats in your backyard"
This program was very informative and provided valuable information on how to create our own bird welcoming habitats!
Jana Milbocker was on hand to sign copies of her book
"The Garden Tourist's New England: A Guide to 140 Outstanding Gardens and Nurseries"
In November, Rosalind Beck taught a class on how to create your own "Birdseed Feeders"
They were both festive and easy to make!
Check out the "Gardening Tips" section of our website for details and instructions on how to make your own terrarium!!
hosted a lecture on "Conserving Birds in Your Back Yard.” at the Thomas Prince School Library in Princeton.
Our speaker Dr. Jon Atwood has been a practicing ornithologist and conservation biologist for 40 years, specializing in integrating behavioral studies of rare and endangered bird species with habitat conservation planning. Members learned how to help the bird population in our own backyards!
It was a great way to learn about this fascinating butterfly.
Our former WGC President Rosalind Beck guided our hands on program, "A Design in the Round”. Members made a table centerpiece of flowers either in a vase or with a foam core.
The Concrete Leaf Birdbath project was
a great success!!
Special thanks to our host Gina Constantino
for opening up her house
and for the fabulous job of showing everybody how to make these wonderful keepsakes!
Please email us for information or membership at: onlinewgc@Yahoo.com
Potting Party Photo!
There was a lot of work to be done for the Garden Club's plant sale!
This is just a few of the members who helped, and thanks to all that could attend!!
To share ideas, information, and expertise that will serve to enhance each members knowledge of horticulture. To use the acquired skills and knowledge of the membership to benefit our towns and their residents through community projects and to promote a spirit of good will.