We want you to be part of our garden, experience its beauty and this is why we offer several ways to let you engage with us to help maintain and develop the gardens. Whether you are a student aspiring a career in social work or a business person who loves to preserve and care about the local history or a couple looking to get married in an awesome traditional way. We have everything for all of you. Become a member today!
Clary Gardens has a variety of year-round internship programs available for students of all ages.Inernship programs
Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our goal to preserve and conserve our local history.Ways to support
Our beautiful historic properties are the ideal year-round location to host your wedding or special event.Rental options
In the news
- 13AprRead more
While it may seem obvious that a good hike through a forest or up a mountain can cleanse your mind, body, and soul, science is now discovering that hiking can actually change your brain… for the better! HIKING IN NATURE CAN STOP NEGATIVE, OBSESSIVE THOUGHTS: Aside from the almost instant feeling of calm and contentment that accompanies time outdoors, hiking in nature can reduce rumination. Many of us often find ourselves consumed by negative thoughts, which takes us out of
- 09AprRead more
SCHNORMEIER GARDEN BUS TRIP to Gambier, Ohio
Join Clary Gardens on June 3rd for a special opportunity, touring the private Schnormeier Gardens in Gambier, Ohio. This elusive garden is only open to the public ONE weekend each year!! Cost of the trip is $30 per person, which includes transportation and entrance to the gardens. The experience will conclude with a late afternoon lunch at Spearman's Restaurant in Danville, Ohio - known
- 09AprRead more
Plain concrete stepping-stones or terra-cotta pots make solid bases for mosaics. Broken china, bits of glass, stones, crystals, marbles ... let your imagination determine what material you use. Wearing safety glasses and keeping material wrapped in heavy cloth to prevent scattering, use a hammer or tilepinchers to break your material into pieces. Wear rubbergloves and handle pieces carefully because edges will be sharp.
For this project, we used a concrete stepping-stone. First,
- 28MarRead more
As a meteorologist, I am always excited about new technologies, new computer models and new ways to better predict the weather. But have valuable forecasting clues existed all around us even before satellites, radars and supercomputers? I thought it would be fun to share some weather folklore that may put all of our today's science to the test.
Signs of spring: The biggest question I'm hearing right now is whether or not
What our visitors are saying about their experience
Was a beautiful day yesterday. Always wonderful to enjoy a gorgeous morning during my photo shoot. You guys do amazing and the butterflies were out loving your flowers!Kendra Bordenkircher
As you can tell it was very sunny on 8/9/14... but we just finished editing our wedding video and thought we would share for anyone considering Clary Gardens for their wedding venue - DO IT! It was beautiful...Rachel Pence
How blessed we are to have this gem in Coshocton.Lynnette Fuller
Here is a great example of a non-profit to give to for Giving Tuesday!Coshocton County Chamber Of Commerce