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Garden Club of the Back Bay receives $5,000 grant from City of Boston to prune historic Linden trees on Beacon Street.
Author Sam Watters will speak on his new book, Gardens for a Beautiful America, about pioneer photographer Frances Benjamin Johnson, at the Arnold Arboretum on Monday, October 29.
Author Jennifer Pustz will speak at the New England Historic Genealogical Society on Wednesday, November 7 about her book on domestic servants entitled Voices from the Back Stairs.
Charles River Clean Up Boat cleans up the river after the Fourth of July fireworks.
Docent led walking tours of the Emerald Necklace will take place Sundays through August 26.
The College Club Scholarship Fund awards ten grants to Boston Public High School Seniors.
Garden Club of the Back Bay announces $66,000 in grants and expenditures throughout greater Boston.
Hear the story of how a Japanese Temple Bell came to be placed in the Back Bay Fens.
The Boston Committee of the Garden Clubs of America is going to award a $50,000 grant to a horticultural project in the vicinity of the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
The search for Christmas tree perfection in The Back Bay.
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