Lexington Field & Garden Club
Education, Friendship, Service

Welcome to the Lexington Field & Garden Club Website!

Our September newsletter is now online

Check it out by clicking HERE

Our next meeting will take place on the evening of October 19, 2016 at

St. Brigid Church in Keilty Hall.

Oct. 19 Your Community Farm: Adventures in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture.

LexFarm President Allison Guerette and member Carolyn Goldstein will collaborate with Farm Manager Tim Hines on an engaging presentation about Lexington Community Farm. They will explore the history of farming on the site, review the mission of the Lexington Community Farm, and describe why its board and staff have chosen to adopt "organic" or sustainable growing practices.

7pm Keilty Hall, St. Brigid Church, lower level. Refreshments at 6:30pm

We look forward to seeing you then!

Art-A-Blooming Exhibit

Three Glorious Days:
September 23,24,& 25 11am-4 pm
130 Waltham Street, free parking & free admission

This is a unique display of art with dramatic, colorful floral arrangements created by nearly 30 of our Garden Club members and inspire by the paintings, needlework, sculpture, and crafts made by the Lexington Arts & Crafts artists.

Come and bring your friends to enjoy this beautiful, colorful and inventive show!

Home for the Holidays
Sunday, December 11th, 2016    1–5 PM

Join us for the Lexington Field and Garden Club’s first house tour,celebrating our diverse holiday traditions.
Peek behind the doors of seven lovely Lexington homes, each beautifully decorated for the holidays.
Each home will offer a different theme: Can you imagine putting up 26 completely different Christmas trees every year? Are you curious what a typical English celebration looks like? Do you wonder how best to use winter greens?
This promises to be a magical day and a delight
for the senses.


Fabulous weather! Fabulous plants! Wonderful enthusiastic customers!
Fabulous teamwork in all areas! Fabulous location!
A big thank you to the Planners for excellent planning!
And a big thank you to DPW for allowing us to utilize their most excellent
location and facilities!

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Grow Native Massachusetts invites you to view the following past lectures:

Native Plant Gardens: Learning by Example
Carolyn Summers ~ February 2016??

Land Stewardship for Pollinator Conservation
Kelly Gill ~ May 2015

Humans and Wildlife: The New Imbalance
Jim Sterba ~ February 2015??


Lexington Field & Garden Club

PO Box 133

Lexington, MA 02420