Many have asked:  WHEN is our next Yuletide House Tour?  It’s December 10, 2015!  

Did you know that  BOTH The National Gardener and The Mayflower can now be downloaded and read online? Click here for Resources.

 

Elder Center Garden Committee

The Elder Center Garden

Once upon a time, long, long ago, a group of doughty ladies decided to create a garden for the new Elder ...
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pow-miagarden

POW-MIA Median in downtown Cohasset

Our club decorates the median in Cohasset to honor the POW's-MIA's...   Gretchen Sheets and Diane Benson added soil and bulbs as well ...
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gardenbooks

Books donated to Paul Pratt Memorial Library

A collection of gardening books donated by our club to the Paul Pratt Memorial Library, Cohasset,  in memory of club members   ...
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The Community Garden Club of Cohasset was affiliated in March of 1960 and is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts (South Shore District) and the National Garden Club (New England Region).  Learn more about resources of our parent organizations…

Come visit one of our monthly meetings in Cohasset at which a presenter will discuss fine points of horticulture or show slides of exotic gardens from around the world – actually arrange flowers using new and exciting techniques!

Every fourth Tuesday of the month, September through November and February through April, we meet at the Second Congregational Church for coffee at 9 a.m. and for speaker presentation after a short business meeting at 9:30. In January we meet at the Lightkeeper’s Cottage on Cohasset Harbor; in May we have an annual meeting.  We offer horticulture meetings on the second Tuesday of the month and design workshops on the third Tuesday, usually at the Lightkeeper’s Cottage, 9:30.

 You are assured of a warm welcome.

 Many of our members have attended our affiliates’ very worthwhile Garden Schools – read Cohasset member Jan Todd’s account of her experiences:

“During 2014 I had the fine fortune of attending all four Schools offered by The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, accredited by National Garden Clubs, Inc.   I noticed the large number of people who had traveled from other states to take these courses. The schools are interesting, stimulating, fun and on our doorstep…or at least not states away from us. Here are some snapshots of moments from those courses….
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