Mission Our objectives are to:
  • create an interest in all phases of gardening
  • develop skills to enhance our lives & homes
  • contribute to the beautification of our community
  • encourage environmental awareness

Meetings The Binghamton Garden Club meets at 1:00 pm, the first Thursday of the month from April through December.  For directions, see "Contact Us".

Our meetings always feature entertaining and informative programs.  Members can also participate in smaller group activities that emphasize nature study, horticulture, seasonal creations and civic beautification. 

Membership
Our membership, 66 strong, includes residents of  the Southern Tier of New York, and 2 members from as far away as Florida!  If you are interested in joining our club, see "Contact Us" 
A wonderful time was had by all who attended our combined 90th Anniversary and Christmas Luncheon.
Cheryl Miller adjusts the 90th display.
The outgoing board holds their last meeting.
Traditions excelled with a spectacular Christmas tree.
Officers sort out their places at the head table.
To the Left, Dianna Dudar shops at  Barbara Ceballos' "Ways n' Means" Christmas table.
Lively conversation at one of the festive tables.
Beverly Kresge and Barbara Cenova look all "Christmasy".
Frank Kirk examines the 90th display, while Linda Vick and Sue Frost talk.
From Left, Joy Chuma, Helen Rosencranz, and Mary Connors pose for a group Christmas photo.
An extraordinary 90th Birthday cake displays our brand new Binghamton Garden Club logo. Stunning!!!!
Some of our oldest yearbooks dating in the 1940s surround the cake.
Irisa Arens and Ruth Tifft have a conversation, while Jane Yacynych and Claire Piccirilli look on.
Susanne Barnes is totally absorbed in the entertainment.
Carol Nolan (standing), Bill Dudar and Gail Kovac (facing), and Betsy Lomonaco and her husband (backs to us) all enjoying the festivities.
Everyone agreed that the 90th Birthday and Christmas was a resounding success!!
Thank you to all who made it possible.