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Photography Gallery

The Rake and Hoe Garden Club Photography Committeee, chaired by Margot Partridge, meet regularly to share tips and advice with members.  Our workshops consist of submitting photos with critique from the group. Below, you will see several of our workshop videos.

2023 Annual Photography Member Competition

Members, please drop off your photographs no later than June 9th to Margot for inclusion at the June 14th luncheon.

One entry per person, photo size 8" x 10" in a white 11" x 14" matte which you can purchase from Margot.

Subject Categories

* NJ Wildlife in the Garden

* Shades of Green

* Sunburst in the Garden

* Geometric Shape in the Garden

Our Past Workshops

OUR COMMUNITY GARDENS

The Rake and Hoe Garden Club maintain multiple gardens around the town of Westfield.  The north side of the Train Station, Shadowlawn Park and Rahway Avenue corner, Miller-Cory, Clair Brownell Gardens at the Historical Society on Mountain Avenue and the urns on the bridge at Mindowaskin Park. The below are images taken by the membership at these gardens.

Train Station in Westfield

Photos by Rich and

Jeannie Pelikan

Shadowlawn Park

After the storm, Shadowlawn Park was redesign to the garden that you see today on the corner of Rahway and Shadowlawn near the high school.

Storm photos taken by Pam Kolb

Second row photos from left to right- Barbara Spellmeyer, Barbara Mullin, Clare MInick

March 8 - "Expert Advice from Our Rake and Hoe Scholars"

Rake and Hoe members who have taken GCNJ courses for certification will share valuable tidbits from what they have learned. Nancy Wallace competition will occur at this meeting.

Miller-Cory House

View this historic home and gardens on Mountain Avenue in Westfield.

Photos top line taken by Irene Greenstein

House view in second row taken by Margot Partridge

Claire Brownell Native Garden

This memorial garden is located on the gently downward slope of the backyard of the Historical Society on Mountain Avenue.

 

It is also the site of Andrew Gates' Eagle Scout project.

Photos taken by Barb Spellmeyer