Laurel Hill Association of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, founded in 1853, is the oldest existing village improvement society in the United States. The organization's purpose is to do “such things as shall serve to improve the quality of life and of the environment in the town of Stockbridge.” Activities include maintaining Association properties, planting trees and flowers, and cooperating with the town and other organizations for community welfare.
Give thanks to all we have in Stockbridge through a "Giving Tuesday" donation to the Laurel Hill Association. Your donation will support a part-time summer job for a Stockbridge teenager — watering the flower pots and gardens we plant in Town.
Learn about the work of the Stockbridge Land Trust at its annual meeting on Saturday, September 29th, at 10 a.m. The meeting will take place at the Chestnut Preserve on Route 7, south of the town center. There is ample parking at the site and there will be light refreshments. (Rain date: Sept.
Laurel Hill Association had the honor of hosting “Hello, Again,” a festive event on September 15, 2018 whose purpose was to thank the town for its support of the organization. Over 100 attended the party, which was held at Taggart House on Main St. See dozens of event photos!