The Hopkinton Garden Club has been busy, according to a press release on Hopkinton's Television Station HCAM.
With the holiday season upon us, they are helping make Hopkinton a festive place for the holidays. You’ll see greens, lights, and wreaths on the Veterans Memorial Gazebo, the town library, the Ice House, the Doughboy statue, and the Historical Society.
Other activities include:
- Returning to the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA to decorate the Howe Sitting Room for the Christmas season. Since 2005, our club has been invited to work together with other garden clubs in the MetroWest area to decorate the entire Inn for Christmas. The Wayside Inn is the oldest continually operating Inn in the United States, attracting thousands of patrons during Christmastime to view the enchanting décor.
- Holding a November workshop at the Senior Center to create fall arrangements, and were happy to present Project Just Because with sixteen decorated Christmas wreaths to distribute with their Thanksgiving meals.
- We were also very thankful for the countless dedicated volunteers and businesses who helped us plant 10,000 daffodil bulbs in support of Boston Strong’s Marathon Daffodil Project.
About the Hopkinton Garden Club
The Hopkinton Garden Club is a nonprofit organization which promotes the teaching of gardening, horticulture, and floral design, and encourages community spirit by promoting an interest in town beautification and conservation efforts. The Club is an affiliate of The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit www.hopkintongardenclub.org.