Canton Garden Center

About the Garden Center

Looking for a beautiful and affordable location to have your wedding ceremony reception or special event? 
The Canton Garden Center offers multiple outdoor zones for outdoor weddings or ceremonies of all sizes. We offer two outdoor pavilions and four different garden spaces.

We also offer an indoor facility to reserve for your wedding or ceremony. The main room holds up to 100 people, and a side room for small gatherings. There is also a kitchen with stove and refrigerator. Seating is provided for up to 100 people.

Like more information or interested in a showing? Call us at 330-438-4691 or email us and we will be glad to help you!

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GARDEN CENTER PROGRAMS

Children's Garden - Nature Paint Pot

Ages 4 to 8

Join us for this children’s educational gardening Program (adult must attend with child). Program held rain or shine. Health & Safety guidelines set by the state, per the Governor will be followed. If you or your child are showing signs of illness, please do not participate.

Children's Garden - Nighty Night Creatures

Ages 4 to 8

Join us for this children’s educational gardening Program (adult must attend with child). Program held rain or shine. Health & Safety guidelines set by the state, per the Governor will be followed. If you or your child are showing signs of illness, please do not participate.

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About the Canton Garden Center

Canton Garden Center was organized in 1946 by four clubs:  Canton Garden Club, Canton Scrosis Garden Club, Town Garden Club, and the Y.W.C.A. Evening Garden Club. Today only two of these remain active:  Canton Garden Club and Town Garden Club.  The first meetings were held in the second story office of the Harter Estate.  The present building opened in September 1956. 

Today, the organization’s goal is to maintains the Garden Center with a library as a source of free gardening information; to unite the clubs and individuals in the common interest of home and community beautification; and to encourage and train our youth in appreciation of our natural resources.