The roses will be pruned and the garden beds will be tidy when Morris Park celebrates its 81st birthday next week.
From 10am next Wednesday, the Canowindra Garden Club will be hosting a working bee at the park, followed by an afternoon tea in the gardens.
160 palms and 40 trees were planted 81 years ago to revamp what is now one of "the beauty spots of the middle west" according to the Garden Club.
Canowindra Garden Club secretary Helen Percival said the group was always looking for more volunteers to help with upkeep of the park.
"We planted the roses at Morris Park years ago," she said.
"We do the upkeep of it now and pruning is a pretty big job."
The Canowindra Garden Club has been in existence for more than 20 years and has spent the time beautifying the town.
Ms Percival said Morris Park was unruly and overgrown with weeds before the Garden Club got involved.
"Before those roses, the gardens at the park were derelict," she said.
"We saw it as something that we could do for the town."
The Canowindra Garden Club currently has 34 members but are looking for more, according to Ms Percival.
She said working bees are a regular thing and gives members a chance to meet while beautifying the town.
The club will meet next Wednesday, August 15 to once more beautify the park and enjoy an afternoon tea.