The Trustees of Reservations invite you to tour the gardens at Long Hill Gardens in Beverly, Massachusetts! Join our expert guides for a tour around Long Hill’s stunning Sedgwick Gardens and learn more about the special plants it’s most known for. In addition to learning about what plants are in bloom as well as the rare and unique species in our collection, you’ll hear how the gardens were developed by the fascinating Sedgwick family.
Come join the Lake Gardener Improvement Association for a guided “Sensory Hike” in the greenspace of the Powow Hill Conservation Area. A “sensory hike” means that we will essentially be taking the time to use your senses to soak in the nature around you as
you explore. Guests should plan to arrive by 4:15 so that the hike can begin at 4:30. There is no cost for this hike, but donations of non-perishable items for Our Neighbor’s Table, our local food pantry, are welcome.
Greenbelt and North Shore Nature Programs present Discovering the Salt Marsh! On this fun, easy tromp across the marsh, we'll look at the different plants, invertebrates, and birds that live there! This event is for families--children and adults of all ages welcome. Wear muck boots or shoes that can get wet and muddy and bring some water to drink. We recommend long pants, tucked into your socks or boots to keep ticks and other bugs from biting. Bathrooms are available on site (provided the CDC, state, and town regulations allow for public visitation at this date). FREE!
Join Maudslay State Park interpreter on a tour of the former Moseley Family estate. There are so many stories about this beautiful former estate. Join the park interpreter for a three-part history tour series that includes viewing both house sites, the gardens and farm complex area plus the barns to learn more about these parts of the Moseley Family estate.
Join the Park Interpreter on this easy to moderate 2-mile hike and discover the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps along the way. Bring water and a snack. Wear sturdy footwear. For ages 6 and up. Meet at the Jenkins Parking Lot, 87 Harold Parker Road, Andover.
Come and explore Ward Reservation with The Trustees and McVAGLY (Merrimack Valley Alliance of GLBT Youth) on this evening hike. Ward Reservation boasts 12 miles of trails and the highest point in Essex County where we’ll catch the sunset upon the conclusion of our hike. Among the highlights of the walk will be the quaking bog, scenic vistas and historic apple orchards. We will enjoy the beauty of June in New England, learn some basic plant identification, and also enjoy an activity provided by our friends at ReVision Energy.
Welcome to the 121st Amesbury Days! It is with great pleasure that we bring together fun and exciting community events to launch our summer of 2021. It has been a long and challenging year for everyone, but now that restrictions are being lifted and life is getting back to normal, we look forward to seeing you in downtown Amesbury. Amesbury Days 2021 has a full schedule of events beginning Friday, June 25th, with our Beer and Music Event through Saturday, July 3rd, with our new Amesbury Days 5K.
Join Tinkerhaus for free weekly sessions for Kids 3 and up on the Clipper City Rail Trail between High and Low Street, right by the Toy Train. Wear clothes that can get wet and messy. We will explore a large variety of materials.
The 1st LT Derek Hines Soldiers Assistance Fund is hosting the Virtual 10th Annual Flag Day 5K road race. The 5K walk, run, or jog can be completed anytime, anywhere between June 10th - June 14th on your favorite 5K trail near you. We look forward to having you all join us virtually this year as we continue to honor 1st LT Derek Hines and provide financial assistance for Massachusetts’ soldiers, and their families, who have incurred serious, career ending, and life altering injuries while on active duty.
Hike one of North Andover’s lesser-known trails and learn a little tree identification along the way! Come check out the Stevens to Stevens Trail, a scenic trail connecting the Old Center Common to Weir Hill to Osgood Hill. We'll meet at the North Andover Merchant Association Fall Festival on the Common, across the street from the trail entrance on Mass Ave.