Support Local School Garden
Students at Park View Elementary School under the leadership of the GardenWorks Project received financial support from the Lombard Garden Club.
Art Donated to Lilac Ball
On behalf of the club member Randy LaVeau is donating two pieces of his art work to the Chamber of Commerce for its Silent Auction at this year's Lilac Ball.
Renovation of Peck Homestead Garden
The garden in front of the Peck Homestead at the corner of Grace and Parkside in Lombard is being revitalized in cooperation with the Lombard Historical Society. Currently volunteers are removing invasive plants and saving existing native ones. More native plants will be added.
Log Cabin Perennial Garden: Funds donated in the memory of Dorothy Bergmann to the Lombard Garden Club and the Woman’s Club were contributed to the Lombard Park District for the creation of a perennial garden around the Log Cabin in Four Seasons Park.Learn more
Helen Plum Library
The club funded street-side landscaping for the Helen Plum Library and maintains the collection of potted plants throughout the library.
Lilacia Park Butterfly Garden
Club members designed and planted this garden to promote an interest in, and offer an education about, the benefits of butterflies in our gardens. Club members continue to maintain it.
Maple Street Chapel Garden
The Maple Street Chapel, listed on the National Registry of Historical Buildings, is a highly visible part of Lombard. Its garden is maintained and enhanced with perennial and permanent accessories by club members.
The club annually provides a college scholarship to a Lombard resident. See the Scholarship page for more information.
Lombard’s lilac princesses
As part of the lilac celebration we traditionally give the gift of a lilac bush to Lombard’s lilac princesses