May 29, 2017
Libraries & Museums
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Lincoln, MA—Mass Audubon’s annual Statewide Volunteer Day again inspired hundreds of people of all ages and backgrounds across the Commonwealth to pitch in, pick up, and toss … more
The only thing better than enjoying summer entertainment is getting to enjoy it discounted or FREE! Now you can do that even more with the five NEW museum passes available at Seekonk Public Library: Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum … more
The Hornbine School Museum will open to the public on the second and fourth Sunday of June, July, August and September from 2 to 4 p.m. If you are fascinated with history, you will enjoy perusing our … more
(May 22, 2017) – There is an increasing buzz about pollinators these days. But it’s not that sound in your garden as bees go about their business. In fact, that familiar buzzing could be … more
Hear Edward Lodi talk about his recent book, Who When Where in King Philip’s War. During his talk he will give a brief overview of the war, including its causes, its beginnings in Plymouth Colony, its rapid spread throughout New England, and its … more
Come to the Swansea Community Center at 260 Ocean Grove Avenue, Swansea, on Sunday, June 11th, at 2:00 pm to hear Edward Lodi talk about his recent book, Who When Where in King Philip’s War. … more
(April 28, 2017) – Start your summer off right – in the great outdoors! Join Audubon to search for butterflies, explore the wetlands or enjoy an illuminated solstice celebration. Pull on … more
Session 1: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Audience: All (suitable for ages 5 and up) Members: Adult $15.00, Child $15.00 Nonmembers: Adult $17.00, Child $17.00 Come learn what types of birds you can attract to your backyard. Each person … more
Join us for a FREE program at the Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday, May 13th with mediation instructor Matt Eiland. A Guided Mediation walk! 10 -11:30 am: Reconnect with nature at Mass Audubon’s Attleboro Springs! Matt … more
(May 8, 2017) – School’s out! Let the kids explore the great outdoors. Let them scoop with nets in the wetlands, search for lightning bugs or discover bird banding. Unplug and start … more
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