top of page
Garden Club
billerica logo.jpg

Organized October 4, 1929
Federated 1930
Member of the Garden Club
Federation of Massachusetts
Northern District


Mission: The mission of the Billerica Garden Club shall be to encourage flower/plant growing, home garden growing, home and garden improvement, town beautification, and aid in the protection of forests, wildflowers, and birds.

Member’s skills and knowledge of gardening varies from beginner to experts. Some members have belonged to the Club for over 25 years and others are brand new.

We all have one thing in common, we love to garden and learn. We share what we know with members and the community. Members receive the club’s monthly newsletter, The Town Gardener, with gardening information, horticultural articles, and club activities. Members also receive a 10% discount at Griggs Farm, the Salt Box Nursery, and O’Connor Hardware. Show your membership card to receive the discount.

About Us
Membership Info

Dues are $20 per year for an individual 18 years of age or $30 per year for a family living at the same address.

Checks should be made payable to:

Billerica Garden Club

P.O. Box 125

Pinehurst, MA 01866

Get In Touch!

We're happy to answer your questions.

Mailing Address:

Billerica Garden Club

P.O. Box 125

Pinehurst, MA 01866

  • Instagram
  • Facebook

Thanks! Message sent.


The club meets the first Tuesday of the month September through June with speakers and workshops about gardens and related garden topics. Meetings begin at 6:30 pm with refreshments & socializing. Program begins at 7:00 pm.

Meetings are held at Cabot Corporation (157 Concord Rd Billerica) who generously offers their facility for our monthly meetings. We appreciate their sponsorship of our club.

Note: Holiday workshops are held at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church (7 Concord Road, Billerica).

Guests are welcome to attend Lectures and Workshops


PROGRAMS 2023-2024

SEPT 5 - Welcome Back Meet and Greet for new and returning members. Enjoy a slide show of our gardening adventures.

OCT 3 - Improving Your Soils with Amit Ghandi

NOV 7 – Introduction to Fermentation: How to and the Benefits with Emily Markez

DEC 5 - Gnome Holiday Workshop with garden club member Deb Rancatore. Note meeting will be held at First Parish in Billerica.

JAN 2 - Dahlias and What To Do in the Winter with Betsy Szymczak

FEB 6 - Book Club: The Hummingbirds’ Gift wonder, beauty and renewal on wings by Sy Montgomery (Zoom meeting)

MAR 5 - Understanding Cemetery Symbolism with Brenda Sullivan

APR 2 - Infusing Your Life with Herbs with Karen O’Brien

MAY 7 - Planters with Pizzaz with Tina Bemis; Election of New Officers (biannual)

JUNE (TBD) Annual Dinner (Members Only)

Announcements & News

The Club’s biggest fundraiser is the Annual Plant Sale in May (scheduled the day before Mother’s Day). All members are asked to participate either by donating perennials grown in their garden for sale to the public, publicizing the sale, working at the sale, and helping dig and label plants. Many customers return each year to support the Club.

The Club is involved in town beautification projects and asks each member to commit to a minimum of 4 hours each year to this effort. After completion of 4 hours of volunteer work for the Club, members receive a Billerica Garden Club Apron to proudly wear when participating in Club projects.


Our Club Projects

Civic Plantings

Town Common Plantings and Summertime Watering

Kohlrausch Park Plantings

May Plant Sale

Billerica Garden Club Scholarship

Decorate Town Common Bandstand

Holiday Festival and Basket Donation

Decorate Historic Clara Sexton House for December Open House

Members offer various workshops through the Billerica Senior Center

Sponsor Admission Discount Pass to the New England Botanical Garden at Tower Hill (pass is available at the Billerica Public Library)

Club Officers
2023 - 2024

President:  Rebecca Ingram Morales

Vice-President:  Patricia Savage

Treasurer:  Mary Lawless

Corresponding Secretary:  Kathy Strang 

Recording Secretary:  Phyllis Savage

Club Advisor:  Kimberly Van Auken

Program Chair:  Ruth MacNutt

Club Officers
bottom of page