The New Canaan Beautification League is excited to kick off their 2021-2022 program season.  To view what we have in store so far,  please visit the 'Programs' tab.  PLEASE NOTE: ALL ATTENDEES OF OUR IN-PERSON PROGRAMS MUST BE VACCINATED.

If interested in joining, please visit our 'Membership' tab for more info.

New Canaan Beautification League

Annual Meeting - Members Only

Wednesday, June 1, 2022,

9:30-11:30am 

Mather Homestead

19 Stephen Mather Road, Darien

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Heather Raker

Executive Director

Please join us at this beautiful house, built in 1778 and raided by the Tories during the American Revolution. It later became the home of Stephen Mather - and six generations of his descendants. Heather Raker, Executive Director of the Mather Homestead Foundation will tell us the history of this house and its former inhabitants.

Coffee will be served on the terrace overlooking the garden and the presentation will be in the 'barn'.

House tours will be available afterwards.

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Check out Faith Kerchoff's, our Co-Vice President of Beautification interviews with Michael Dinan of NewCanaanite.com on his 0684-Radi0 podcasts.

March 3, 2021:  Listen to Michael Dinan's interview with Faith Kerchoff about the organization’s plans for the Spring, ongoing work around town and membership, which has risen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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May 9, 2019:  Listen to Michael Dinan's interview with Faith Kerchoff and learn more about the history, botany, and charm of Lee Memorial Garden.

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Stunning year round, but the most spectacular show is in the Spring.  Visit anytime daily dawn until dusk.

 

To learn more about Lee Garden, visit the Lee Garden tab on our site or click here.

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