End of Year 2023 at The Gardens

Thank you to all our friends, families and of course venders who wished us a Joyous Holiday Season.

For 35 years the McKenna family has been decorating a Christmas tree in memory of their loved ones

St. Nectarios Christmas Carolers Came

to the Holy Resurrection Chapel

Thanks for the cookies Salvatore Cerro.

Father George from

St. Mark of Ephesus Orthodox Cathedral in Westwood Came in for a Visit

Happy Lunar New Year!

2024 is The Year of the Dragon

Many Dragons were presented to our friends

Presentation of Dragons

to Bernard's Restaurant, Chestnut Hill

Groundhog Day

The first official Groundhog Day celebration took place on February 2, 1887, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The annual ritual has roots in pre-Christian traditions and was brought to the U.S. by German immigrants.

Groundhog Day is widely celebrated for an animal meteorologist who will tell us when the cold winter will end.

Wreaths and Flags in the Garden of Honor

During the One Snow Storm we had.

Asphalt Repair Work when you have 6 Miles of Road.

Celebrating the Vasilopita

at The Maliotis Cultural Center and The Hellenic Home

Every year on New Years, The Orthodox Faithful bake a citrusy cake or bread with a coin hidden inside for the feast of St Basil the Great.

In Greek, Vasilopita means Sweet Bread of Basil. It is an important part of the

New Year’s Celebration.

Farewell Randy Coyle

Our friend Randy Coyle passed.

He loved Davio's Onion Rings.

Randy called Alan on his birthday every year for the past 20 years.

He drove up and down the Eastern Seacoast selling Cemetery supplies

and collecting lowering devices for repairs.

He helped keep our Cemetery grounds in good shape

because he sold fiberglass mud tracks.

He also held several patents on exercise equipment

that he designed and manufactured.

RIP Randy

Custom Hats Made for The Gardens by Imperial Monogram in West Roxbury. No two are the Same.

Hellenic Boston Businesses Unite (HBBU) Celebrates 1st Annual

Winter White Gala

Hellenic Boston Businesses Unite (HBBU) hosted its inaugural Winter White Gala on February 3 at the Oakley Country Club in Watertown and raised funds for The Metropolis of Boston Camp and The SOTIR Center.

The vibrant event, hosted by HBBU, a newly-launched nonprofit that works to unite New England-based, Greek businesses and professionals in selfless acts driven by honor and ‘philotimo’, welcomed over 65 guests who enjoyed music by Salonica Boys and participated in a silent auction to support the children of the Metropolis of Boston Camp (MBC) and the SOTIR Center in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Recognizing Alan for his 30 years

as a Grand Mason

The teachings of Freemasonry enjoin morality, charity, and obedience to the law of the land

Lunch at The Feisty Greek

After a Farewell Ceremony at the

Charles Sumner Bird Cemetery

in Norwood.

A Subsidiary Cemetery of The Gardens

Holiday decorations will be removed starting February 12th.

Especially if they look like this.

Nature - Love Animals

The Gardens Mission is

To honor the customs and traditions of our families and recognize these as an important part of the healing process,

to provide exceptional service, and to respect each individual resting place with immaculate care.

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