Mahoney's Garden Center will donate 10 percent of purchases made on Wednesday, March 27 at the Winchester Garden Center to Winchester Foundation for Educational Excellence.
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Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Mahoney's second annual Winter Market opens at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12.
Dozens of vendors will be displaying their wares when Mahoney's second annual Winter Market kicks off Saturday morning at the Garden Center located at 242 Cambridge St. The Winter Market, which opens Jan. 12, will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday until March 16, according to a Mahoney's Garden Center press statement. Local farmers, artisans and other area businesses will be selling their products, including root vegetables, herbs, fruits, cheeses, meats, seafood, baked breads, desserts, and olive oils, plus select jewelry and clothing, according to the statement. "It’s amazing to see the variety of fresh vegetables grown in winter at our local farms," Pamela Vasques, event coordinator for Mahoney’s Garden Centers, said in the …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
If you shop at Mahoney's Garden Center today, 10 percent of your total purchases will go directly to the Winton Club.
Monday, November 26, 2012
On Wednesday, 10 percent of your total purchases at Mahoney's will go to the Winton Club.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Purchase a Trees for Troops tree for $24.50 at any of the eight Mahoney's locations.
Members of the Military and their families make many sacrifices, especially during the holidays. Starting this Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11, show your support and appreciation to an active member and their family, by donating a Christmas tree through the “Trees for Troops” program. Mahoney’s Garden Centers is again the host of the Trees for Troops program in Massachusetts. To participate in the program, visit any of Mahoney’s eight locations in eastern Massachusetts beginning Nov. 11, and purchase a Trees for Troops tree for $24.50. Special tree cards are available to write a note of thanks or holiday wishes to the family. Or, new this year, call the Mahoney’s Trees for Troops hotline at 781-721-4691 to purchase a tree over the phone. “We’re …
Monday, November 5, 2012
Be the first of the season to visit Mahoney’s Christmas Shoppe on Nov. 14.
If an event’s longevity has anything to say about its appeal, then Mahoney’s Garden Centers’ annual “Ladies Night Out” is a hit. Held annually in Winchester, Tewksbury and Falmouth, the event has become a pre-holiday highlight for ladies to escape into a night of shopping and fun. On Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Winchester location, be the first of the season to visit Mahoney’s Christmas Shoppe filled with all the glitz and glitter ever imagined, sip wine and sample food, and shop local fashion designers and sellers, salons, crafters and much more. “Mahoney’s Ladies Night Out is no ordinary night out,” says Bob Rocco, general manager of Mahoney’s in Winchester. “It has become a social event that ladies look forward to each …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Looking for Halloween and autumn events this weekend? Check out this roundup of things to do across Massachusetts this Friday through Sunday.
This is Halloween! Tis the season when happy haunts begin to materialize and grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize. Of course, there's plenty to do in Salem, the Halloween Capital of the World, but there's plenty of local events happening, too. Here's a roundup of local Halloween and autumnal events taking place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to check out Winchester Patch's Halloween Guide for everything Halloween-related in town. WINCHESTER Mahoney's Haunted Maze: Mahoney's Garden Center has gone all out with their maze this year, building it in a huge 50-by-90 tent compete with fog, sound effects and animated creatures of the night. Note that the maze has some decorations that might feel scary to very young children: they…
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
You can still donate to the Manchester Field Renovation Project on Winchester Field Development Council's website.
With only two days left, the Winchester Field Development Council is working hard to reach its $711,000 goal. WFDC President Paul Manganaro said the phone bank had a great night last week. As of Tuesday, a total of $47,330 in donations was collected by the WFDC phone bank: $32,330 collected and $15,000 in phone bank matching gifts. “This is outstanding and will go a long way toward us reaching our goal,” Manganaro said. Mahoney’s Garden Center hosted a fundraiser June 15 that resulted in a $5,000 donation toward to the project. The WFDC needs to raise $711,000 in private funds by June 30 to complete Phase II of the Manchester Field Renovation Project. If this non-profit organization reaches this financial goal, the Town of Winchester will …
Monday, June 11, 2012
Drop by the Mahoney's Garden Center to support the Manchester Field Renovation Project this Friday.
Mahoney’s Garden Center is stepping in to help the Winchester Field Development Council raise money for the Manchester Field Renovation Project. The garden center will donate 10 percent of all proceeds from this Friday to WFDC. Also, mention you support the WFDC and receive free delivery on purchases of $200 or more. The WFDC needs to raise $711,000 in private funds by June 30 to complete Phase II of the Manchester Field Project, said WFDC President Paul Manganaro. "To date we have raised roughly $635,000 for Phase II leaving about $76,000 more before we hit our goal," he said. If this non-profit organization reaches this financial goal, Winchester will donate $200,000 in public funding toward the project, and construction on the new eight…