Lewiston GardenFest

June 2019

Lewiston Garden Club 

Pictures from our community planting and Annual Plant Sale. 

Meeting Information

Our next Garden Club meeting is scheduled for September 23, 2019 at 10:30 am at the Lewiston Public Library.  Be prepared to bring your favorite gardening tool and/or your favorite gardening hint. Share with us why they are your favorites and a little about yourself.  An update about Ghana will be given by Annie McCray.   

​​​​​2019 Lewiston Garden Club 


Marianne Gitterman 

1st Vice President

Judy Talarico

2nd Vice President
Darinda Hoffman

3rd Vice President

Barbara Stafford

Barbara Carter

Corresponding Secretary
Dawn Roberts

Recording Secretary
Sharon Low

The Lewiston Garden Club is a not-for-profit organization that promotes all phases of home gardening, good horticultural practices, civic beauty and conservation of natural resources. The club plays a major role in the beautification of the Village of Lewiston from one season to the next by planting flower beds, maintaining gardens at several locations and stringing hundreds of yards of garland along Center Street. Their fundraising events have allowed them to contribute fountains, benches, trees, landscaping and much more to the Lewiston community.  The club has sponsored projects around the world that promote horticultural growth and civic responsibility.

The Lewiston Garden Club has a long history.  It originated in 1927 and became a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State in 1946. The club meets once a month throughout most of the year on the fourth Monday of each month at the Lewiston Public Library.  Each meeting is highlighted by some activity, from a guest speaker or hands-on community project to a field trip to a nearby point of interest.

Along with meetings, the club contributes ideas and manpower to annual Garden Club activities and community events- from progressive luncheons, perennial sales and potluck picnics to assisting with a community fair and lending our garden hands and tools to beautify our lovely village.