WANTED:  People who enjoy:        
                   Nature study                    
                   Gardening (beginners or pros)
                   Beautifying their community

REWARDS:  Friendships    
                      Fun, fun, fun

If this sounds like you, join us to find out more!
Members enjoying making a "KoKeDaMa" in our Seasonal Creations group.
Community Projects  

DRUPA SCHOLARSHIP - Through the generosity of a now deceased member the Garden Club provides a sizable scholarship for students enrolled in environmental majors.​  

OTSININGO PARK - We plant and maintain the entrance garden to the park. This mature garden has been enhanced by our additions of colorful perennials and seasonal annuals. In the Summer of 2010 we dedicated a Blue Star Memorial marker here.  

​ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING - A native tree or shrub will be selected and planted . 

ADOPT AN ANIMAL BECOME A ZOO PARENT - To allow the club to contribute directly to the care of a favorite zoo animal, thereby providing support of the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park. We have adopted Newman, the Reindeer at the Ross Park Zoo

NEW YORK STATE FAIR - To help promote the New York State Fair Horticulture Center by providing volunteers in a variety of settings, and to encourage the membership to enter designs for display and judging.
Our new officers for the 2020 year are: 
Sandy Crossett and Frank Kirk - Co-Presidents, Carol Nolan and Margaret Coffey - Co-1st Vice Presidents, Jane Yacynych - 2nd Vice President, Lorraine Wenig - Recording Secretary, Jane Olsa - Corresponding Secretary,  Cheryl Miller - Treasurer

Due to the Corona Virus, we are no longer having group meetings for the immediate future. To keep up to date with meeting status, I have added a copy of the 2020 Yearbook to our website. To see the current status, please click HERE .
For the Christmas Luncheon Application Form 
Please click HERE .
For the Membership Application Form 
Please click HERE .