NEW! ONLINE CREDIT CARD DONATIONS
You can help continue our Newtown Square Hanging Basket & Floral Display Program! Our beautiful baskets and plantings are funded solely by donations from the public and local businesses. Now, we are planning our 2023 floral displays, but NEED YOUR HELP! Click on “Donate” on the menu bar and help Newtown Square be beautiful.
May 6th Newtown Square in Bloom (NSiB) Chanticleer Tour Day
General Admission is $12 per person at Chanticleer Garden, 786 Church Road, Wayne PA.
All attendees must sign up on our Sign-Up Genius form: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090F49AAAD2FA4F94-may6th
11:00 – 11:45 a.m. House and Garden Morning Tour
Tour featuring garden history and a walk through the first floor of the Chanticleer House. NSiB will be pay the $5 fee for those who have pre-registered on NSiB Sign-Up Genius. Tour space is limited to 12 visitors.
12:00 – 1:45 p.m. Picnic Brown Bag Lunch at NSIB Tables
NSiB will provide cookies, cake, sodas and bottled water for any NSiB attendees. Chanticleer asks all guests to carry out what they bring in and not leave picnic items unattended.
2:00 – 2:45 Garden Highlights Afternoon Tour
Join a knowledgeable Chanticleer Guide for a tour featuring seasonal highlights. Tour content varies as the garden is dynamic and ever-changing. NSiB will be pay the $5 fee for those who have pre-registered on NSiB Sign-Up Genius. Tour space is limited to 6 visitors.
The “Any Time” Option for Your Visit with NSiB On May 6th.
A self-guided option throughout the day with garden map and a brief introduction to the garden by Chanticleer staff. Join us at the picnic lunch between noon and 1:45.
Or, you can sign up for just the morning tour and join us for the picnic lunch.
Or, come for the picnic lunch and go on the afternoon tour. Please register on NSiB Sign-Up Genius for any of these options: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090F49AAAD2FA4F94-may6th
Carpooling is strongly recommended because Chanticleer Parking Reservations are limited.
Please note that a limited number of free parking reservations will be reserved for our NSiB group. Reservations are required and we must have confirmation for parking spaces. Drivers registered on the NSiB Sign-Up Genius form will receive a code for access to the NSiB reserved parking spaces by email. Please include what time you expect to arrive. For example: morning tour parking is for 10:30 am. Picnic lunch and afternoon tour is noon.
2023 SPRING PLANTING DATES:
Wednesday, March 22, 10:00 am –Welcome Signs & Bus Stops Spring Flowers
Saturday, March 25, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm – CRC Stream Clean Up
Tuesday, April 25 – Hanging Baskets Up. We need volunteers to help keep them watered.
Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am – Butterfly Garden Weeding
Friday, May 5, planting flowers in Planters at St Albans Circle
Saturday, May 6, Picnic & Garden Tours at Chanticleer : 11:00am House & Garden Tour, Noon Picnic
& 2:00 Garden Highlights Tour
Saturday, May 13, 9:00 am Rain Garden and NELL Baseball Field replanting
Wednesday, May 17, 10:00 am – Welcome Signs Summer plants and flowers
Sunday, May 21, 5:00 – 8:00 pm Circle at Sundown, St Albans Circle Street Party
All are welcome to our Planting Dates. Please like our Facebook page for more information about our plantings. Volunteers Welcome!
2023 ZOOM MEETING DATES: Wednesdays, 1:00 pm, January 18, February 15, and March 15, April 19, May 17, June 14, July 19, August 1t6, September 13, October 18, November 15, and December 14.
ALL ARE WELCOME
To receive our Zoom link for these meetings, email Paul at [email protected]
Newtown Square in Bloom, a 501(c)(3) tax deductible organization, raises funds and accepts donations from the public for plants and street trees. Go to the Donate online page of this website or mail in your donation today! Thank you!
Volunteers from many of the Township’s residents, organizations and businesses join in to help plant flowers and trees, develop our trail network, clean up parks and streams on Arbor Day, weed and maintain the Drexel Lodge Park Butterfly Garden and help enhance the significance of our historic buildings. To learn more, “Like” the Newtown Square in Bloom Facebook page and check out the Newtown Square in Bloom website: newtownsquareinbloom.com.
NSiB raises funds for a number of planting projects such as the floral hanging baskets on our town center streets, the Newtown Township Welcome Signs and the St. Albans Circle. Volunteers from many of the Township’s organizations and businesses join in to help plant flowers and trees, develop our trail network, clean up parks and streams on Arbor Day, weed and maintain the Drexel Lodge Park Butterfly Garden and help enhance the significance of our historic buildings.
We are In Bloom
In 2015, Newtown Square joined the national organization, America in Bloom, and has started its own chapter, Newtown Square in Bloom. In its first year of membership, Newtown Square was awarded a Special Award from America in Bloom for its Hanging Basket Container Displays and Special Mention for Heritage Preservation.
Newtown Square in Bloom seeks to:
• bolster civic pride through planting trees, bushes, and floral displays; as well as developing other environmental and lifestyle enhancements; • involve all aspects of Newtown Square communities including residents, businesses, municipal and non-profit entities in planting & beautifying Newtown Square; • strengthen our sense of community with volunteer participation from all different age populations from school age children to older adults.
America in Bloom is a national awards program unlike any other. It celebrates quality of life in communities of all types and provides a framework for further progress. AIB celebrates and recognizes the great things our participants are doing to “plant pride” in America.
Newtown Square is grouped by population category which varies each year depending on the number of entries. America in Bloom sends a team of two specially trained judges to visit each entrant; spending up to two days touring with you, meeting leaders and volunteers while you showcase your efforts. The judges provide a detailed written evaluation rating our Township by six categories.