Don't miss our traditional Welcome Back Potluck in September, delicious programs on farm-to-table cuisine, creating inviting entrance gardens, designing restorative garden spaces, and much more. Take part in events designed to share member resources and strengthen the Carlisle community. Click to learn more about this year's calendar.
Save the Date: Pumpkins on the Common - Saturday, September 27th, 2014 - 10:00 am - 2:00 pm!
Pumpkins on the Common is a community fundraiser sponsored by the Carlisle Garden Club. It offers pumpkins of all sizes for carving. The event coincides with the Harvest Fair and Farmer's Market at the First Religious Society from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, September 27th. Proceeds from pumpkin sales help support scholarships and town beautification projects.
Planning for the 2015 Carlisle Garden Tour has begun
The Carlisle Garden Club is looking for volunteers to join us for the 2015 Country Garden Tour!
We are actively recruiting volunteers to help organize and staff our 2015 tour. Priority is currently being offered to members of the Garden Club. Contact the Garden Tour Committee today to get involved! Go to "Member Documents" in the Members section and download VolunteerList1.pdf to find contact information for the committee or role that interests you.
Join the Carlisle Garden Club today!
The Carlisle Garden Club welcomes new members who want to learn more about gardening in Carlisle. To learn more, email our membership chair by clicking the button below.
Oh! My aching back!
We've come across a short booklet that describes 12 gentle stretches from yoga and joint therapy, all designed to relieve back pain, sciatica, shoulder pain, and the other aches that can come from weeding too much or just sitting still too long!
The source is Dr. Peter Egoscue (egg ahs’ cue), author of Pain Free and the Egoscue® method for stopping chronic pain.
Click Download to access the 12 stretches PDF.