Welcome to the Sandown Garden Club.
The Sandown Garden Club was founded in April 2008. We are a member of the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. Our symbol is the Lady’s Slipper Orchid (Cypripedium acaule), which grows wild in the mixed hardwood and pine forests in Sandown and the immediate area.
We meet monthly on the first Monday — March to November
in the Sandown Recreation Center at 25 Pheasant Run Drive,
about a half mile north of the town hall on Route 121a
The Sandown Garden Club is delighted to announce this year’s scholarship recipient. Timberlane Regional High School graduate Caroline Diamond is an outstanding student and very deserving of the award. Caroline Diamond is continuing her education next year at the University of Tampa. Caroline will be double majoring in international business and management, and environmental science. During her high school career, Caroline participated in many clubs and organizations. Some of the clubs included surf club, environmental club, and students of service. Caroline was also a 3-year varsity lacrosse athlete. Her passion for service led her to go on a service trip to Africa in 2017 to build a school for underprivileged children. Caroline was also a leader of a student-led organization, called Project Hope, that puts on a fashion show every year to raise money for people suffering from cancer in her school district. She will continue to participate in activities such as these in college this coming fall!
“Sandown Garden Club donates library books to Sandown Public Library”
The annually donated books are just one of the free programs sponsored by the club throughout the year as our way of giving back to the community that has supported us! Among this year’s titles are: “Garden Builder,” “The Garden in Every Sense and Season,” “Grow.Food.Anywhere,” “The Hidden Life of Trees,” “Our Native Bees,” and “Native Plants for New England Gardens.”
Consider becoming a member of this wonderful club.