Sept 17, 2019 Polinators and Propagation Narrowgate Farm, 440 Sycamore Ave. Shrewsbury 6:00 pm 

Oct 15, 2019 - All About Monarch Butterflies - Monmouth Co Library, 1001 Rt 35 N, Shrewsbury 6:oopm

Nov 15, 2019 - Pinot's Paint Fundraiser, 12 Broad St, Red Bank 6:30pm


Nov 19, 2019 - Empress Josephine Gardened - Lesley Parness, SHS, 419 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury 7:00 pm

Dec 10, 2019 - Holiday Celebration - Joanne Beagen's house, 6:00pm

Jan 21, 2020 - Care of Houseplants - Mary Eklund, SHS, 419 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury 7:00pm

Feb 18, 2020 - Wake Up Your Garden - Bob Macgovern, SHS 419 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury, 6:00pm


Mar 13, 2020 - Pinot's Palette Paint Fundriaser, 12 Broad St, Red Bank 6:30pm


Mar 17, 2020 - Designing with Hardy Succulents - Alicia Vacchiano, SHS, 419 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury, 7:00pm 

Apr 21, 2020 - Gardener's Market Workshop - SHS, 419 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury, 6:00pm

May 19, 2020 - All About Hydrangeas- Bob Macgovern, Monmouth Co Library, 1001 Rt 35 N, Shrewsbury 6pm

Jun 16, 2020 - Garden Party - Michele Rankin's House 6:00 pm



Co-Presidents     Judy Bonanno  & 

                                Steve Orgo

Secretaries:          Joanne Beagan &

                                Nancy Stewart

Treasurer:            Susan Berdahl

Meetings Third Tuesday of the Month

unless otherwise noted


Shrewsbury Historical Society SHS 

419 Sycamore Avenue Borough Complex

Social prior to meeting/speaker time


The Mission of the Shrewsbury Garden Club is to stimulate interest in the knowledge of flowers, gardening and horticulure, to aid in the conservation of native plants and birds, to encourge civic planting , and to raise funds to finance such objects.

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Note from Our Presidents

“The hum of bees is the voice of the garden.”                                             - Elizabeth Lawrence        

   This year we want to create pollinator-friendly gardens in our community and backyards.  Teaching the community about the importance of honeybees, butterflies and wild pollinators that desperately need a place free of pesticide contaminators, and providing habitats that accommodate birds, butterflies, bees and all types of pollinators.     Our programs and workshops will show us how to develop pollinator-friendly habitats, free from pesticides, and give them a source of food, water and a sheltered place to lay their eggs. The goal is to plant varieties of flowers that bloom at different times, so they have a source of food all year long.     We encourage you to spread the word of the good things happening when you are part of the Shrewsbury Garden Club.


Your friends,

 Judy Bonanno & Steven Orgo

 Co-Presidents, Shrewsbury Garden Club 

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