2022-2023 Main Club Programs

We welcome your support!

Our Mission

Founded in 1876, the Lexington Field & Garden Club is committed to and focused on  education, service, and friendship. We offer many educational, social, and community improvement opportunities through lectures, workshops, field trips, and projects focused on horticulture and landscaping.

Join us for our 2022-2023 season
Main Club Programs take place at 10 AM the second Wednesday of September-November and January-May.  In November we meet in the evening, and in April we have both day and evening meetings. The location is Follen Church, 755 Massachusetts Avenue, except for September 14 and February 8 which are via Zoom;  email us  for the  link!
*Programs are canceled if the Lexington Public Schools are canceled due to snow or other inclement weather. Please check lexingtonps.schoolwires.net for school closing information.

 Lexington Field and Garden Club “Grants for Gardeners” program

This program funds innovative ideas developed by you, our members, over the fiscal year. If you have a new idea that promotes our mission of “education, service and friendship” or that benefits the Town of Lexington, please click here for more information. 

Wednesday, December  7 - 9:30 AM  social, 10 AM workshop

WINTER GREENS PARTY,  via Zoom. Email us for the link!


Wednesday, January 11 – 9:30 AM Social/10:00 AM Meeting

Follen Church, 755 Massachusetts Avenue

Wetlands in Lexington: Their Uses and Regulations with Amber Carr

Amber Carr is a trained ecologist specializing in land management for targeted wildlife species. She has over 15 years of experience working for federal, state, and non-profit agencies throughout New England. Amber is currently the Conservation Coordinator for the Town of Lexington.
Did you know wetlands don’t always have standing water? Amber will be discussing the importance of the wetland areas in Lexington for our wildlife, native plants, and the environment. She will talk about the various types of wetland areas throughout Lexington and the regulations that help to protect these sensitive areas.