February meeting: Pollinator Pathways

Pollinator Pathways are pesticide-free corridors of public and private properties that provide native plant habitat and nutrition for bees, butterflies, and other important animal pollinators. Towns and property owners participate by creating healthy yards and public spaces for pollinators, pets and their families. The Roxbury-Bridgewater Garden Club will begin discussion on this very important topic on February 13th at 10:45 AM at St. Mark’s in Bridgewater.

The Roxbury-Bridgewater Garden Club is very active in our communities, providing programs in the schools and the senior centers. We give annual scholarships and provide community education on a variety of conservation and gardening topics through our lectures and Plant Mart education table. At the holiday season we decorate each town’s public buildings with wreaths.

We host lectures and workshops to further our understanding of our gardens and the natural world.

¬†Our club maintains the gardens and planters on the Bridgewater Green, the Diebold Garden in Roxbury, the Friendship Garden near Burnham School, the Weller’s Bridge Garden, the Mead’s Corner Garden, the Roxbury Town Hall and Pavilion, both town’s Veteran’s Memorial plantings, the flag pole plantings at the Bridgewater fire house, the Hut Hill Garden and the garden at the corner of Route 67 and 317. Our volunteers are constantly working in these gardens planning, planting, weeding and pruning.

Please consider joining us!

Meetings are the second Thursday of each month at St. Mark’s Church Hall, 5 Main St (Route 133), Bridgewater, CT.

Meetings start at 9:30AM. Please check the calendar for changes to normal schedule.

Click above on Calendar for meeting and event information.

Refreshments are served.

You may contact us at RoxburyBridgewaterGardenClub@yahoo.com

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