Twilight Garden Party

The 2018 Twilight Garden Party will be held Tuesday, June 5th, from 6 – 8:30 pm at the historic St. Botolph Club, 199 Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, the Club’s beautiful, historic interior is a perfect setting for our annual fund raising event.

The Garden Club of the Back Bay is committed to the trees and greens spaces of our historic Back Bay neighborhood. We work hard all year to keep the trees healthy and beautiful for future generations of Bostonians and visitors. Trees provide us with healthy air to breathe and a shady path to walk. This spring we embark on a new and exciting project in partnership with the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department, planting 23 new trees in the last block of Marlborough Street (between Massachusetts Avenue and Charlesgate East.) The Marlborough Street Tree Project is even more ambitious than our very successful Clarendon Street Tree Project. The Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay and the Charlesgate Alliance heartily endorse us.

This year we plan to launch a new website,, that will serve as a visual, online database of all trees in the Back Bay.

To support our efforts, visit our Shop at

Underwriters ($3,000): 6 tickets to the Party plus recognition as Underwriter on the invitation, press releases, and other publicity, company logo on invitation and website, and on-site visibility (signage)

Major Supporter ($1,500): 4 tickets to the Party plus recognition as Major Supporter on invitation, and on-site visibility (signage)

Gold Leaf (($750): 3 tickets to the Party plus recognition on invitation

Silver Leaf ($500): 2 tickets to the Party plus recognition on invitation

Bronze Leaf ($250): 1 ticket to Party plus recognition on invitation

Thank you. Our printing deadline is March 31. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.


* The Garden Club of the Back Bay, Inc. is a Massachusetts not-for-profit corporation under the provisions of section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A portion of your donation may be deductible.