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Meetings are held the
Green Mountain Chapel     
480 Western Avenue
Brattleboro, VT 05301  
Second Monday of each month, unless another Time/Date is listed.
NO meetings in January & February

Date:         Monday, March 12, 2018

Julia Miller, gardener supreme will be speaking on vegetable gardening, specifically tomatoes that do well in Vermont.  

She will have different varieties of seeds available for members to pot.  She will also address patio pots and raised beds. 


Place/Time:   Green Mountain Chapel   6PM


September 11- Scott Farm,   

Date:         Monday, September 11, 2017

Location:  Scott Farm   http://scottfarmvermont.com  707 Kipling Road, Brattleboro, VT 
Time:        11:30am  

                What is more symbolic of Vermont in September than visions of a beautiful apple orchard?  Not only will club members get to visit the orchards at Scott Farm, apple tasting will be available!  Various varieties of apples will be discussed and sampled.  Additionally, Scott Farm  personnel will explain and illustrate different techniques used in creating dry stone walls- another Vermont landscape icon.  Kelly Carlin of Scott Farm will be the instructor. Picnic facilities are available for our refreshment time. Reservations are a must for this special program.    There will be a fee attached to this program. Time- TBD

                Hostesses: Judy Wagenbach, Carlene McCarty, Nancy Long

                Place/ Time:  11:00 am Meet at Green Mountain Chapel to carpool.  


October 9Souper Supper   Organizers:  Carlene McCarty and Lynne Kennedy.  Program Presenter:  Mary Heninger

                The annual Souper Supper is a time to enjoy autumnal themed food, especially soups.  The meeting room will be set with table cloths and participants are asked to bring their own place setting for the table plate/bowl/cup/glass/silverware) and a small flower arrangement for her place setting.  The hostesses will contact participants to co-ordinate the food.  Following the great food and  great conversation club member Mary Heninger will present her program on “The sex lives of ferns and mosses.”  Mary promises that the program will be” like nothing we have heard before.”

Place/Time:  Green Mountain Chapel 6PM

Hostesses: Carlene McCarty, Lynne Kennedy


November 13- Greens Galore -  Organizers:  Judy Wagenbach and Carlene McCarty

                This popular evening is the ideal way to expand creativity and get in a wintry, holiday  mood.  Fresh greens will be provided for club members to use in the creation of wreaths, swags, and centerpieces.  Participants should bring  gloves, clippers, and a paddle of green wire.  Wreath forms will be available at the meeting.

Hostesses: Meg Harriman, Rene Brewer-Durkee

Place/Time:   Green Mountain Chapel   6PM


December 11Double Play!    Presenters:  Cheryl Wilfong and Jill Stahl-Tyler

Club member Cheryl Wilfong will present a program on the ever popular Christmas Cactus and Cyclamen.    Then, club member  Jill Stahl-Tyler will present the 2017 version of the popular “Whose garden is this?” Jil will present slides showing gardens of club members, Guessing to whom the garden belongs is part of the fun!  Questions about certain plants, growing conditions, problems and solutions frequently arise which all help to make this program instructional as well as aesthetically pleasing!

Place/Time:  Green Mountain Chapel 6 PM

Hostesses:   Ann Wright- Parsons, Grace Amidon

Holiday Party TBD

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Date:         Saturday January 28, 2017

Location:  American Legion Post #5, Brattleboro, 
Time:         5:30-7:30 PM 
Please join our president Judy Wagenbach at the STONE SOUP SOCIAL, where we can "talk up"  the Garden Club.  
Soup will be provided.  Judy will be manning a Garden Club Table and would love some company.