Series: Pleasantville Garden Club
Category: Pleasantville Public Access
Description: The Pleasantville Garden Club produces television programs to increase the community's knowledge and enjoyment of horticulture. Club members also value the importance of protecting our environment. Our programs feature experts in horticulture, gardening outdoors and indoors, flower arranging, and environmental issues by speakers who are well known gardeners including authors of gardening books. Meetings are held the first Thursday morning of each month from October to June. Members include residents of Pleasantville, Thornwood, Hawthorne, and Valhalla.
Producer(s): Billie Jean Sorensen,

82 episodes available

Episode: Gardens of Paris
Airdate: 2013-04-04 | Guests: Constance Haydock photo credit (slide #19, Versailles topiary template) Brian Mahoney

Paris gardens were originally inspired by the classical and romantic styles found in Italy and England. Over the past two hundred years, designers have created a uniquely Parisian
Episode: "Bartlett Tree Tips with Arborist Trevor Hall"
Airdate: 2013-03-03 | Guests: Trevor Hall

Pleasantville Garden Club Host, Billie Jean Sorenesen, interviews Bartlett Tree Experts Arborist, Trevor Hall, about recent storms and events and their effects on trees in search o
Episode: "A Conversation with Carine R. Feist"
Airdate: 2013-01-28 | Guests: Carine R. Feist, M.P.H. Chef/Instructor Associate Editor, Inside Chappaqua Magazine

Carine talks about her work in many venues. Starting as an epidemiologist, she moved on to become a first class caterer, and now writes and teaches about food and health.
Episode: A Taste of Business in Westchester
Airdate: 2012-05-12 | Guests: Dr. Marsha Gordon, President/CEO of Business Council of Westchester

A taste of Faith Ann Butcher's interview of Dr. Marsha Gordon, President/CEO of Business Council.
Episode: Urban and Sustainable Agriculture in Cuba
Airdate: 2012-05-12 | Guests: Anna Snider, Cornell Cooperative Extension

Anna Snider of Cornell Cooperative Extension discusses her recent horticultural exploits in Cuba.