Syracuse Events

updated on 09/01/2022

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African Violet & Gesneriad Society of Syracuse meets the second Thursday of the month, September–December and March– May. Pitcher Hill Community Church, 605 Baily Rd., North Syracuse. 315-492-2562.

Baldwinsville Women’s Garden Club meets the first Thursday of each month except January at St Marks’ Lutheran Church in Baldwinsville at 7pm. The club plants the village flower barrels, raises money for the village flower hanging baskets, maintains the Pointe Garden, donates Arbor Day trees to schools, and gets involved in village improvement projects. Perennial sale yearly on Memorial Saturday morning in the village. See more information at Facebook, Women’s Garden Club of Baldwinsville.

Bonsai Club of CNY (BCCNY) usually meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, Pitcher Hill Community Church, 605 Bailey Road, North Syracuse. 315-436-0135,,

Central New York Orchid Society meets the first Sunday of the month, September–May, St. Augustine’s Church, 7333 O’Brien Road, Baldwinsville. Dates may vary due to holidays. 315-633-2437,

Fairmount Garden Club meets the third Thursday of the month (March–November) at 6:30pm, Camillus Senior Center, 25 First Street, Camillus. Speakers & community projects. September 15, 6pm, Pumpkin planter creations, Silver Springs, Farm Market, 4461 W. Seneca Tpke, Syracuse, NY. All are welcome. 

Federated Garden Clubs NYS–District 6. 315-481-4005, 

Gardening Friends Club meets the third Tuesday of the month, March–December, at 6:30pm, Wesleyan Church, 4591 US Route 11, Pulaski. 315-298-1276, Facebook: Gardening Friends of Pulaski, NY,

Gardeners in Thyme (a women’s herb club) meets the second Thursday of the month at 7pm, Beaver Lake Nature Center, Baldwinsville. 315-635-6481,

Habitat Gardening in CNY (HGCNY) meets the last Sunday of most months at 2pm. Liverpool Public Library, 310 Tulip Street, Liverpool. HGCNY is a chapter of Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes; October 30: Dr. Tim McCay of Colgate University will summarize the biology of jumping worms, recent work on these species, and a look at the direction of current research. 1:30pm. Free and open to the public. and Subscribe to the free e-newsletter by emailing

Home Garden Club of Syracuse usually meets the first Tuesday morning of the month. Members are active in educating the community about gardening, horticulture & floral design and involved with several civic projects in the Syracuse area. New members welcome.,

Koi and Water Garden Society of Central New York usually meets the third Monday of each month at 7pm. See website for meeting locations. 315-458-3199, 

Men and Women’s Garden Club of Syracuse meets the third Thursday of the month at 7:30pm, Reformed Church of Syracuse, 1228 Teall Avenue, Syracuse. Meetings feature guest speakers on a variety of gardening and related topics. Members maintain gardens at Rosemond Gifford Zoo & Ronald McDonald House. Annual spring & fall flower shows. 315-699-7942, Facebook.

Southern Hills Garden Club meets the third Tuesday of each month, February through November at the LaFayette Community Center, 2508 RTE 11, LaFayette NY. Meetings begin at 7pm. Meetings that take place off site typically have an earlier start time. Guests are welcome and membership is open to anyone interested in gardening. For information regarding meetings or membership, please contact Cathy Nagel, 315-677-9342 or October 18: “Fall Back to Spring Ahead with Ballantynes,” (Ballantyne Gardens), 7pm.

Syracuse Rose Society meets the second Thursday of the month (except December) at 7pm, Reformed Church of Syracuse, 1228 Teall Avenue, Syracuse. Enter from Melrose Avenue. Club members maintain the E. M. Mills Memorial Rose Garden, Thornden Park, Syracuse. Public welcome. 


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S Indicates plant sales/swaps.
T Indicates garden tours.
O Indicates online event.

September 17: Planting Wildflowers in Your Home Garden, 10–11am. Everyone loves those big beautiful fields filled with wildflowers, but what types are best for a home garden? Some wildflowers are great choices; others can be very aggressive or even invasive, damaging the soil and contributing little in support of insects, birds, or wildlife. Learn how to incorporate wildflowers into your home garden that are not only beautiful, but can also help wildlife thrive. Pre-register at website. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Onondaga County, Suite 170, 100 South Salina Street, Syracuse. 315/424-9485;;

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