Brattleboro Creamery Bridge - Zinnias in Bloom
Creamery Bridge Park, Brattleboro, VT

The Brattleboro Floral Arts and Garden Club has been planting and maintaining the flowers at the Creamery Bridge since 1972 on the west side and from 1996 on both sides of the Bridge.  
The historic Creamery Bridge became a pedestrian bridge after completion of the new traffic bridge Summer 2010.  Our garden area doubled in size.    

 Engraving/Sandblasted $90 per cobble

Giving a gift to the Brattleboro Floral Arts & Garden Club for the Creamery Bridge Cobble Project is an opportunity for you to honor your family, significant persons, businesses and/or organizations; to memorialize loved ones, and to contribute a gift for future generations to enjoy, and to affirm our sense of community pride.
$90 per cobble

What can be Engraved?

Each Cobble can have up to 3 lines of 10 characters each.    The Brochure & the Multiple Cobble Order Form have a grid for you to enter each character you would like engraved on each cobble.

Make Checks Payable to:            

Brattleboro Floral Arts & Garden Club  for 

$90 per cobble

         c/o Jil MacMenamin                       802_254_8628

         310 Putney Road                

         Brattleboro, VT  05301        



Cobbles supplied & engraved locally by

Abbiati Monuments 

39 S.Main Street Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
They will be engraved/sandblasted in groups of 10 to 20.
You will be notified after your stone has been placed, with a letter stating the location.  


Brattleboro Floral Arts & Garden Club

A Member of the Vermont Federated Garden Clubs

Maps / Location

Shown to the left is the drawing of the expanded park, roads and river.  The Brattleboro Floral Arts and Garden Club is responsible for the expanded gardens and each person has the opportunity to be part of this project.
The Cobble Fund Raiser will allow everyone to have the  opportunity to purchase a Personalized, engraved CobbleStone for a donation of only $35 each.  (fully tax deductible to the extent of the law). 

The second map shows in Green the park area, where the grass is already planted.

In Red - the Cobble Stones are drawn to show where the stones will be placed.  During the summer of 2010 1/2 of the first set of cobbles was installed in front of the expanded split rail fence. All monies from Cobble donations will go to the improvement of the Creamery Bridge Park under the stewardship of the Brattleboro Floral Arts and Garden Club.  A receipt with the Clubs Tax ID and Photo of your stone(s) placement will be provided.