Brookfield Lions Community Garden    The Community Garden is supported and managed by volunteer members of the Brookfield Lions Club in conjunction with the Town of Brookfield. It is located on the Gurski property along Route 133 in Brookfield, approximately one-quarter mile south of Route 25 (Whisconier Road).

There are currently 106 plots of varying sizes and participation is limited to Brookfield residents age 16 or older. The non-refundable registration fee (either $20 or $30 based on plot size) covers costs for the maintenance and upkeep of the property, shed, pathways, and fencing as well as basic gardening supplies. Plots are assigned based on availability.

Please click here for the 2018 Garden Guidelines and registration form, or send an email to for more information.




Reading Action Plan (RAP)  Lions everywhere are changing the lives of children who have little or no access to schools, libraries, educational materials and the Internet.  Through the Lions Reading Action Program Campaign, our club is focused on bringing literacy and hope for a brighter, more fulfilling future to millions of children.  The Brookfield Lions team has developed a strategy for distributing books to new parents locally.  In addition, we are working closely with the Brookfield Library to continue children's exposure to books and reading.  Helping parents and grandparents to identify and utlize resources that are available is an important step in preparing their children and grandchildren for school and learning.  Reading readiness is an expectation in our educational environment.  Books will be available, free for the taking, at Brookfield's local food pantry.  All gently used children's books can be donated and are greatly appreciated.  

Please contact Lions Dorian Cundari or JoEllen Reynolds for more information on how you can help with this worthwhile program.

For information on the early learning resources available at the Brookfield Library and to learn about a gift to new Brookfield parents from the Brookfield Lions Club, click here.



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