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The Thursday 
Garden Club of Sudbury

The Thursday Garden Club of Sudbury is a 501 (c)(3)

non-profit organization.


The club was founded in 1951 with the purpose of

promoting and perpetuating a fundamental interest in horticulture, conservation and civic contributions while fostering a community

of beauty and friendship.


The Thursday Garden Club is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts and the National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Our club activities include planting and maintaining gardens and traffic islands around Sudbury such as Grinnell Park, the Children’s Garden at the library, and the

Daffodil Trail at Town Hall.

We also provide the Holiday Decorations at Town Center and decorate a room at Hosmer House for the holidays.

We sponsor a scholarship for a Lincoln-Sudbury High Senior planning a career in environmental studies or horticulture.

Our monthly meetings provide educational programs open to the community.

Membership Info

Our club meets on the second Thursday of each month

from September to May.

If you enjoy gardening, landscaping, flower arranging, touring local gardens, and working to beautify Sudbury, come join us!

Dues are $45/year.

Members are expected to attend regular meetings, serve on a committee, and help work in the gardens.

Contact us at if you are interested.

Membership Info
Photos 2023

Our members with their floral arrangements accompanying

the quilts at the Wayside Quilt Guild Quilt Show

Civic work: planting at the Children’s Garden, new water tank, holiday decorating

Our Fairy Garden Trail Fundraiser: so much magical fun!

Photos 2022

Our members worked diligently over the course of several weeks to clean up and plant the gardens we maintain in Sudbury, including Grinnell Park in Town Center, the Children’s Garden at the library, and numerous traffic islands around town.