Programs

Speaker events for the 2020-2021 season:

Aquatic Invasives in the Connecticut River

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this speaker engagement is postponed to a later date. Check the website again for new date.

The Rocky Hill Garden Club will host speaker Alicea Charamut, of Rivers Alliance of Connecticut, for the presentation "Aquatic Invasives" at the Rocky Hill Community Center. Learn about the aquatic invasive species currently endangering the health of the Connecticut River ecosystem and what we as individuals can do to help.

This event is free and open to the public.
New members are welcome! Please join us!


Tuesday, To Be Determined
Rocky Hill Community Center
761 Old Main St.
Rocky Hill, CT. 06067
6:30 pm

For more information: info@rhctgardenclub.org

Past Programs

Mason Bee House Project

In March, 2019, members created Mason bee houses to promote these native bees to their gardens. Mason bees do not sting and they are excellent pollinators.

Teabags Project

In November, 2016, members brought together the herbs they have grown all season with some other purchased ingredients to make tea. Members filled new teabags guided by herbal and black tea recipes as well as their own experiments. After, we sampled our different teas.

Vegetable Quilt Project

In 2014, members created a beautiful quilt showcasing vegetables, the theme of the year. It was raffled to a very lucky entrant.

Leafy Greens Containers

Members created beautiful containers of leafy greens to adorn their porches and patios for the summer.

Fall Wreaths

Members met at Comstock Ferry for a workshop to create a seasonal wreath of dried greens and flowers.

Giuffrida Park Hike

Members hiked the trails of Giuffrida Park in Meriden, CT on a crisp bright autumn day.

Thankful Arnold House Tour

Members met at the Thankful Arnold House in Durham for a house and garden tour of the historic property.