Brockton Garden Club Welcome’s You!
Our Mission

Our mission is the advancement of gardening and conservation, the development of home grounds, the protection of forests, swamplands and the beautification of Brockton.

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The Brockton Garden Club is celebrating 88 years of civic pride. We invite you to browse our pages to view our interest in gardening, conservation and the beautification of our City.

The club was established in 1929 and is a member of the National Garden Clubs INC. and the South Shore District of The Garden Club Federation of MA.

We welcome visitors and interested new members to join us at our monthly meetings held from September through May at the Arnone Elementary School, 135 Belmont St. at 7:00 p.m.  

The next monthly meeting is on Monday, Jan. 22 with a presentation on “Plants – from Growers to Market” by Kim Cook.

Get full details of our meetings and future events on our Calendar.

To view our interests and involvement please click Civic Pride.

Downtown Planters Decorated with Holiday Greens

Just in time for the 2017 Brockton Holiday parade, Brockton Garden Club members gathered early in the morning on Saturday, Nov. 18 to gather greens and assemble them in planters aligning Main Street and Legion Parkway. Peg Kearney, chair of the Civic Committee, is pictured with Pat Gorman, member. (More photos by Janet Trask, Don Myers)

Garden Club Earns Merit Award

The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts awarded a Certificate of Merit to the Brockton Garden Club for its 70 year membership in the Federation.  Among the Federation’s goals are to promote the coordination of garden club activities in the state and to aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources.  Roni Lahage of the Federation (center) is pictured with Brockton Garden Club co-presidents, Bobbie Lemasa and Jean McLaughlin, at its October monthly meeting. (Photo by Janet Trask)