Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month, January to June and September to November at the Ancaster Old Town Hall on Wilson St. Meetings begin at 7:30pm with an opportunity to meet and greet and enjoy refreshments. Meeting begins at 7:45 pm
We have TOMATOES still available
These are 'heirloom' varieties that taste like the tomatoes you remember!
$4.00 each and available in many sizes and colours
To reserve your plants and arrange pick up, contact:
To view varieties, click on the link below:
Meetings and Speakers for 2017:
June 20, 2017: Lizzie Matheson, Floral Demonstrator - "The Pleasure is all Mine!"
Lizzie is a Teacher/Assessor and Demonstrator of Floral Art Design. She perused her passion at Swindon College, England in vast areas and historical periods of floral design. She then went on to teach at the college until she and her husband relocated to Canada in 2010. She has continued to amaze audiences with her charm and creativity as she makes beautiful arrangements, all while weaving tales to make it all come together. Lizzie is amusing and fun to watch!
PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO SOCIETY MEETINGS DURING THE MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST.
Our September, October, November meetings will be held at the Ancaster Library, Murray Ferguson Room (lower level) due to renovations at the Old Town Hall. Meetings will start at 7:30 sharp to meet the library closing time of 8:45pm
September 19, 2017: Jon Wells, Reporter with the Hamilton Spectator relates his "Experiences in Exploring the Natural Areas of Hamilton - 'Jon's Journey'."
Jon is a man of many talents, writer, author and winner of more than 25 national and provincial journalism awards. He has written many serial stories for the Hamilton Spectator and and has interviewed a half-dozen convicted killers in prison and research in Western Canada, India, Ireland and France. This evening we will learn about parts of Hamilton that most of us didn't know existed - Jon has explored them all!
October 17, 2017: Peter Thoem of The Hamilton Naturalists Club - "My Bird of the Day website - 'Ferns and Feathers'."
Peter is a busy volunteer who combines his extensive business, civic and political experience with a lifelong love of nature. Now retired, he volunteers with the RBG contributing to the success of various special events, guiding visitor tours and working on various natural area projects. He also serves on RBG's Board of Directors. He also volunteers at bird observatories monitoring bird populations and collecting data and loves to travel to distant places where he can usefully use his love of birding.
What We Do
- We plant and maintain municipal gardens in 3 locations and the gardens at Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum.
- Ancaster Square Millennium Park.
- Brandon Park.
- We run the annual Trillium Awards program in Ancaster for the
100 most beautiful front gardens.
- We hold an annual Flower, Vegetable & Photo Show
and Afternoon Tea in August of each year.
- We decorate the Old Town Hall for Christmas.
- Our annual fundraiser—our popular Plant Sale - is held on the May long weekend, which supports our
- And…we have a lot of fun! Come join us!