The Guilderland Garden Club is affiliated with the National and Federated Garden Clubs of New York State. Our meetings are held in the historic Mynderse-Frederick House in Guilderland Center. All of the Club members also belong to the
LYME DISEASE AWARENESS RESOURCES
Please protect yourself from tick bites by using the proper repellents and do a thorough tick check after spending time outdoors. A little prevention can spare you from a potentially serious disease. Please take time to educate yourself about Lyme Disease. The following sites are excellent sources of information: Lyme Action Network (lymeactionnetwork.org), Project Lyme (projectlyme.org) and Lymedisease.org.
Website design: Linda M. Reeves
Created: November 2011
Updated: April 2023
At this time, both the Mynderse-Frederick and Schoolcraft houses are closed until further notice. The houses may have been closed, but Club members continue to take care of the gardens on site.
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For information on upcoming meetings and events, please check back here and on our Facebook page. Please stay safe and be well.
The Guilderland Garden Club is offering a Scholarship in the amount of $1000, or two $500, to a student graduating from the Guilderland Central School District. For more information, please contact Linda Miller at LAMiller416@gmail.com or get information from your guidance counselors at the Guilderland High School.
Federated Garden Clubs of NYS Spring District III Meeting – “Spring Fling,” April 20, Pegasus Restaurant, State Route 9 W, Coxsackie
Federated Garden Clubs of NYS – “Spring Blooms on Long Island” May 22-25, Hyatt Regency, Hauppauge, NY
Upcoming Club programs:
April 10 at 10 AM at Gade Farm. Walking tour of greenhouse and make your own planter (pansies or herbs)
May 8 at 10 AM at Town Hall: Joan McKeon will present “Native Plants”
June 19 at 10 AM: Touring Central Park Rose Garden in Schenectady