The Sandown Garden Club does more than just tend to gardens, we connect you with people of the local and surrounding communities, plants of various species, and programs that provide inspiration and education.


Don’t forget to check out the events page for our UpComing Events.

SGC Scholarship Recipient! Julia Lanctot

The Sandown Garden Club is delighted to announce this year’s scholarship recipient.  Timberlane graduate Julia Lanctot is an outstanding student and very deserving of the award.  As a student, Julia belonged to several organizations including Student Council and Project Hope for which she volunteered for three years.  She also volunteered with Saint Anne’s Parish.  Julia was very active with the Timberlane Players Theater Group.

For four years, Julia was a varsity player for the school’s field hockey team serving as Captain in her senior year.  The team won this year’s State Championship.  In the fall, Julia will be attending Colby-Sawyer College where she will continue playing field hockey and plans to major in Environmental Studies.

The Sandown Garden Club is a non-profit organization. The Club is a member of both the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. and the New England Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc.



Community Star Award Goes to:  George Vargish

We are excited announce that the Sandown Garden Club has been recognized as a Monarch Waystation through the Monarch Joint Venture (MJV).  MJV is a partnership of various agencies consisting of federal state, nonprofits and academic institutions working in tandem with ensure protection for the monarch migration across the lower 48 states. Please visit http://monarchjointventure.org/success-stories/sandown-monarch-waystation-pollinator-garden for more information about this wonderful program we are so proud to be a part !

The Sandown Garden Club is also celebrating George Vargish as the recipient of the Community Star Award in recognition of his contributions to the realization of the Town Hall Monarch Garden.  This award has been presented to Mr. Vargish at the NH Federation of Gardens Club annual meeting on May 24th, 2017.




BEE DRONES! New technology on the horizon!

Bee Drone

How clever.  Without bees, we wouldn’t have Apple trees, blueberries, melons or more.

Bee Drone 2

Read more about the bee drone here: Bee Drone



A garden is a delight to the eye and a solace for the soul.  

Take a moment in time to enjoy and pursue your interests at heart.



The Sandown Garden Club actively participates in projects to beautify the town. We aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources.


Join Us!

Participate with others in fulfilling a project, or assisting in an event, or to learn and visit other community events related to gardening, decorating, and more!

Gardening is cheaper than therapy … and you get tomatoes!!

Sandown Garden Club is not just about gardening and you don’t have to be a gardener to join.  We service our local community in providing inspirational programs and activities that people from all areas can join in on.

Building, planting, and harvesting a garden can be a therapeutic process in it’s own right.

Why Is Gardening Good For Your Health by CNN
Petal Power! by Psychology Today


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