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Garden of Hope located behind the Metrowest Cancer Center.

About us

Pinefield Garden Club members come from Framingham, Natick, Ashland, Marlborough, Sudbury and surrounding towns in Massachusetts. We come from different walks of life and gardening brings us together.  We are an active club and encourage our members to get involved in our monthly programs.  We gather for educational, community and social activities throughout the year.  Our activities include:

  • Monthly meetings held from September to June (except February).  We meet the second Wednesday of the month from 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. at St. Andrews Church,

  • 3 Maple Street, Framingham. MA.   

  • See Programs and Check out our Programs for 2022-2023.

  • Hold workshops like Painting bird houses, holiday decorating with boxwoods.

  • Take care of three community gardens which include 

    • the garden in front of the Village Hall at the Framingham History Center, 

    • maintenance of  the Garden of Hope located behind the Metrowest Cancer Center and

    • Simpson Park, off Central, Fenwick and Haynes Streets and more.

  • hold an Annual Plant Sale,

  • visit with and entertain residents in a local nursing home,

  • donate to charities,

  • assist other Garden Clubs in the decorating of Longfellow's Wayside Inn for the holidays

  • and meet socially for fun activities.  

Guests are always welcome at our monthly programs at St Andrews Episcopal Church in Framingham or email us for more information.  email:

Community development

A section of the garden at Village Hall at the Framingham Cancer Center.

Member of 


 “Start with a Seed”

Federation Office

400 Fifth Avenue, Suite 110, Waltham, MA 02451


Phone:  781-237-0336

President:  Bonnie Rosenthall


“Plant Massachusetts with Native Shrubs and Trees”

Central South District

Director:  Karen Ballou



District:  Central South:


New England


Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts:


The National Garden Clubs, Inc. "Plant America":

Member of:

  • Massachusetts Horticultural Society:​

  • The Native Plant Trust (formerly New England 

  • Wild Flower Society)

  • Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts:

  • The National Garden Clubs, Inc.:

  • “The World Around Us – Love It – Beautify It – Protect It”

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