All of us are making difficult choices as we face the challenge of COVID-19. Please check the website for updates before planning to attend a club activity. Hoping you find time to work in your garden during this uncertain time and remember to follow the social distance policy.
Many of our activities are centered around Onatru Farm, but we also use Cyrus Russell Community House and the Lewisboro Library.  We can also be reached at our Facebook page for more information. See our Resources page for sites to review in preparation for spring planting .​​​​​​​

2022 Garden Club Events 
November 5, Saturday, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM, Location Lewisboro Town House. Golden Roads Daffodil Planting- Volunteers needed. Sign up with George Scott or Lewisboro Garden Club. ( Rain Date - November 12, Saturday).
November 10, Thursday, 6:30 PM - Copia Home and Garden - The last of our  Four Season Porch Pot- Season 4 ( Thanksgiving) Cost $65. This includes planter, soil and fall/cool season plants.  You can reuse your planter from the last seasons or bring a pot you’d like to fill ($45).  To register please email  CANCELED
December 1, Thursday, 6 PM, Onatru Farm.  Assembly of swags for holiday  decorating of Town Signs.
December 3 , Saturday, 9 AM, Onatru Farm.  Holiday Party and distribution of swags.  Details to follow
January 1, Sunday, 10:30 AM, Lewisboro Elementary School.  First Day Family Activities including Wishing Sticks and Pine Cone Bird Feeders

Skunk Cabbage
Skunk Cabbage

Past Events​​​​​​​

May 22, Saturday,  2 PM to 4 PM,  Onatru Farm - Meadow Event with  Deanna Novak and the  Lewisboro Land Trust. (Rain Date:  May 23, Sunday 2 PM to 4 PM)
Get inspired on how to turn your lawn into a mini-meadow: the how and why
Meadow Meander & Planting Workshop - Saturday, May 22, 2-4pm at Onatru Farm Park & Preserve
Are you curious about meadow's role in the story of our local forest? How does a meadow support wildlife, fresh water, and healthy soil? Lewisboro Land Trust is partnering with the Lewisboro Garden Club to bring you a program that encourages and supports experiments in converting lawn to mini-meadows and explores the aesthetics and biodiversity of meadows. Deanna Novak, a New Canaan Nature Center educator, will lead you on an adventure walk through Onatru trails. The program will also include listening to a family-friendly story about meadows, and visiting an educational mini-meadow tended by members of the garden club. There will be an opportunity for hands-on learning, digging and planting. This program may inspire you to welcome a mini-meadow into your yard too.
First Day Lewisboro - The Garden Club is participating in the Lewisboro Parks & Recreation  First Day event for 2021 as we have done in the past.
This year we are making up Pollinator Palace “kits” for families to drive through and take home. The kit contains the woody materials, instructions and links to the NYS Life Science curriculum and other info about pollinators.
Pictured are the leaflets included. They will get the sliced wood and other commonplace materials to complete the project.
Mary Ann Eggleston 
December 4, Saturday- Holiday Party and Swag Making TBD
March 17, Thursday, 7:00 PM- Vista Fire House Welcome Back Potluck.  Business meeting and " The Care and Keeping of Orchids: Understanding Orchid Care" - Jenn Cipriano 
April 7, Thursday, 7:00 PM - Copia Home and Garden - The Four Season Porch Pot- Season 1 (Spring) Cost $65. This includes planter, soil and spring/cool season plants.  We will put together a planter for the spring and then can reuse it for summer, fall and winter.
April ?(TBD), 12 PM to 7 PM pick up  - Town Park. Rooting for Lewisboro Tree Distribution in celebration of Earth Day/ Arbor Day (Celebrating its 150th year!) .
April 30, Saturday, 9 AM - Onatru Farm. Alice Poor Spring Clean Up.  Please bring your gardening tools and any plants from your garden that you would like to share. ( Rain Date- May 1, Sunday 9:00 AM) Volunteers needed.  Sign up with Timi Parsons or Suzanne Andrews .  Refreshments served.
May 7, Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM- Gosset Brothers Nursery. Mother's Day Plant Sale Fundraiser.  Sign up with Bev Scott. Volunteers and baked goods needed. Shop for plant for Season 2 of Porch Pot.
May 10, Tuesday, 10 AM - Hilltop Hanover Farm, Yorktown, NY. Farm tour, classroom presentation "Propagating Native Seeds & Seedling Success" close with seed planting.  Fee is $10/person.
May 14, Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM - Copia Home and Garden. Annual fundraiser Sign up with Mary Ann Lansdale. Shop for plants for Season 2 of Porch Pot.  ( Rain Date - May 15, Sunday, 9 AM to 4 PM).
May 21, Saturday, 2 PM to 4 PM - Onatru Farm. Pollinator Container Planting with Deanna Novak and The LLT. (Rain Date - May 22, Sunday).  It will be held between the Community Garden and the Meadow.  All are welcome but registration will be required.  Watch the Lewisboro Land Trust website for further details
June 2, Thursday, 7 PM - Zoom.  Business meeting to finalize details for LGC 50th Celebration.
June 11, Saturday, 5 PM to 7 PM - Onatru Farm. 50th Anniversary Celebration.  Come join us for some good food, music, company and our silent auction.  Tickets go on sale April 15.
June 23rd, Thursday, at 10:30. We have  scheduled a tour of Hollister House Garden in Washington, CT. The cost is $10/person.  Hollister House will provide an informal guided tour including a brief history of the property and garden.  Please visit for more information.  For those who want to carpool, we will meet at the Town Park at 9:15am.   Please RSVP to Susan Lamothe at. or Rose Bonanno at
August 20, Saturday, 4 PM - Site TBD. Paint and Sip- We will prepare for the Library Fair.  Volunteers will paint birdhouses for our Fairy Gardens.  Sign up with Aki Kano.  ( Rain Date - August 27, Saturday 4  PM).  
September 1, Thursday,  6:00 PM - Onatru Farm. "50 years in the Making " Maureen Koehl will present a history of the LGC. Following,  Jenn Cipriano from Copia Home and Garden will demonstrate a Fall Porch Pot  If you would like to make a porch pot,  a workshop will be held at Copia on  September 8, Thursday  Cost-$65 / $45 with planter/ without planter.  Preregistration required at Lewisboro Garden Club.
September 10, Saturday, 8:30 AM - Onatru Farm. - Alice Poor Fall  Clean Up.  Please bring your gardening tools and any plants from your garden that you would like to share. ( Rain Date- September 11, Sunday 9:00 AM) Volunteers needed.  Sign up with Timi Parsons or Suzanne Andrews .  Refreshments served.
September 17, Saturday, 8 AM to 4 PM - Onatru farm. Library Fair. Many volunteers are needed. Sign up  with George Scott for the Golden Roads/ LGC Table.  Sign up with Aki Khano or Min Yoo for Fairy Gardens. 
October 6, Thursday, 7 PM, Lewisboro Library. "The Magic of the Winter Garden". Jana Milbocker, garden designer,  and author will speak to our group.  All welcome. Registration is required and can be done through the Lewisboro Library, here.  This is a ZOOM presentation

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