Hampstead Garden Club
Box 714 Hampstead, NH 03841

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Flowers with an Artful Flourish”



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History of Story Book Garden
Wednesday, August 20
Held at at 6:30 pm behind the
Hampstead Public Library

Do you know the origins of the beautiful Story Book Garden behind the public library? Long standing member Linda Winmill and Honorary Member Kathe Cussen will discuss the history and inspiration behind the creation of the Story Book Garden and why the original plants were chosen.

Open to the public.



Story Book Garden History

2014 Club Officers


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Co-Presidents: Cheryl Poussard and Eileen Valliere
First Vice Presidents: Jane Barnes and Gail La Creta
Second Vice President: Cindy Lanouette
Treasurer: Laura Treat
Recording Secretary: Darlene Snell
Corresponding Secretary/Publicity: Veronica Shelley
Membership: Phyllis Leocha and Joanne VanderSande

Last updated August 9, 2014
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The Hampstead Garden Club is a non-profit educational organization located in Hampstead, New Hampshire. Our purpose is to encourage an interest in all aspects of gardening, promote civic beauty, and conserve natural resources. Our mission is to fulfill our purpose and to share our gardening experiences at our monthly meetings.

Meetings are generally located in Hadley Hall at the Hampstead Congregational Church, Main Street, Hampstead, at 7 P.M. on the third Wednesday of each month, January through December. Please be sure to check the program page for exceptions to the schedule.

Inspirational Quote

"To practice any art,
no matter how well or badly,
is a way to make your soul grow.
So do it."


Kurt Vonnegut