Lexington Field & Garden Club
Education, Friendship, Service

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Our October newsletter is now online

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Our next meeting will take place in the evening of October 14, 2015 at 7pm in Keilty Hall, St. Brigid Church.

Program is preceded by refreshments at 6:30 pm and a Club Business Meeting

From the Lincoln Street Dump to a Composting Facility with David Hathaway, Peter Lund, and Robert Beaudoin. 

Once upon a time, Lincoln Street was the site of the town dump with cars, tires, and garbage.  Eventually, the town moved into the 2lst century with the Lexington Composting Facility. A major entrepreneurial force, it processes thousands of tons of yard waste, wood, and stone and turns them into sale-able products, which are bought by other towns, landscapers and residents. It also offers residents, free of charge, wood chips and compost.

Evening meeting: 7pm Keilty Hall, St. Brigid Church, 2001 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA 02421


Hope to see you then!

Art in Bloom
Lexington Field and Garden Club congratulates designer Ellan Siegel and her assistant Barbara Shafer for their beautiful floral interpretation of Achilles Shield at the MFA's Art in Bloom.
Arbor Day
On April 24th we honored fellow members who passed away this year at a ceremony that also
helped celebrate Lexington’s 26th Anniversary since being designated a Tree City of the USA by the Arbor Day Foundation’s national program to promote community forestry. This included the planting of a Pin Oak at Lincoln Park.
The following week we went to first grade classrooms to talk about the importance of trees, and provided each student with a 2 year old White Spruce seedling to take home and plant.

Althea Phillips Award, Thursday, April 2, 2015
Each year our club presents a scholarship award to a deserving senior
presently enrolled in Minuteman Regional High School's Landscape
Management Program.


What a fabulous display of talent at September’s Art-A-Blooming.

Once again over 30 LFGC floral designers paired up with artists from the Lexington Arts & Craft Society to create interpretive floral designs.

Thank you to all the club members who donated their time and talents

to support this popular biennial event.



Lexington Field & Garden Club

PO Box 133

Lexington, MA 02420