Programs & Events

Programs are held on the second Wednesday of the month, at 6:45 P.M. in the Pepperell Senior Center, except for Club socials and events as noted


September 11, 2019Confessions of a  Seed Snatcherby MariePatrice Masse

MariePatrice Masse is an enthusiastic gardener and nature lover who has collected seeds for many years.  Her presentation is a humorous and insightful journey into the world of seed saving.  Attendees will learn how to save seeds from their own gardens and enjoy entertaining stories of finding seeds in unusual places.  Following the slideshow and lecture, there will be an optional hands-on seed gathering from a large collection of flower heads, seed stalks and pods.  Beautiful photographs and entertaining storytelling promise to make this presentation a must-see.


October 9, 2019 – annual plant exchange  – bring a perennial or houseplant to swap for something new!  Please label or write down the characteristics of the plants you bring.  Enjoy chatting with new and returning members.


November 13, 2019Let Us Give Thanks–  presented by Dixie Pickard, former PGC president.  Dixie has been in business for 30 years.  Her husband, John, is her partner in business, together they own The Bronze Bell.  Dixie will be creating three different Thanksgiving floral arrangements using seasonal flowers.  The arrangements will be raffled off at the end of her presentation.

At the November meeting will be having a bulb/seed share.  Bring in any labeled extras youd like to share.


December 11, 2019 – Annual Holiday Dinner Social – details to follow


January 8, 2020Composing Your Best Garden Photospresented by member and photography enthusiast, Theresa LeBlanc

Discussion and photo examples of how the basic laws of composition and color theory can be applied to your photos of flowers, plants and general garden creations.  Become aware of how subtle changes to your composition can make an average photo into a frame-worthy work of art.

At the January meeting, we will have a houseplant swap.  Bring in any extras youd like to swap or share.


February 12, 2020Companion Planting and Designpresented by Kate Donovan from Blackstone Valley Vegetable Gardens.   Location, location, location.some plants naturally grow better next to others, and well, some dont.  Heres where you can learn what keeps the peace in your garden.

At the February meeting, we will have a vegetable seed share and seed catalog swap.  Bring along any extra vegetable seeds and catalogs youd like to share.


March meeting cancelled


April meeting cancelled


May 13, 2020 – We will discuss plans for our annual fundraiser  (See note about Plant Sale below).  Also at the May meeting, we will be having an herb swap and a container swap.    Bring 1 or 2 labeled herbs in a 4pot to swap for something new.   Bring any container/planter you no longer want and swap for something else.  

Important: May 2020 Annual  Plant Sale has been cancelled due to concerns about COVID-19.   A fall perennial sale may be possible if the COVID-19 situation improves.  Details will be shared as they become available.

June 10, 2020 – June social – TBA