Exploring Things To Do
Wednesday, April 14
Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens | North Andover
Grab your evening cup of coffee or tea and join The Trustees for an in-depth look into the Collections and current conservation projects.
Castle Hill on the Crane Estate | Ipswich
Join Beth Walsh, the horticulturist at Castle Hill, for this in-person and hands-on workshop to learn proper pruning techniques.
Friday, April 16
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum | Lincoln
Do authentic, durable creative clay work and projects from home!
If you have ever wanted to learn to weave on a loom, this is your chance! Live demonstrations and tutorials will be offered every Friday.
Saturday, April 17
Boston Community Gardens | Boston
Learn how to grow a healthy garden with fewer weeds and diseases by implementing no-till practices.
10 Josephine Community Garden | Boston
Enjoy what spring has to offer and join us for a guided walk through deCordova’s sculpture park each Saturday at 1PM.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with making clay poetry signs and pages!
Sunday, April 18
Bartholomew’s Cobble | Sheffield
Join our veteran wildflower guides on a tour to learn all about our unique spring ephemerals before they are gone!
Monday, April 19
Squish Squash Squish! Join Naturalist Laura Trudel and The Trustees on an exploratory walk through wetlands.
Tuesday, April 20
Four day class for teens during April Vacation, remote
Create bold, colorful embroider art with experimental materials, from scraps of thread, to yarn, to ribbon.
A safe, creative, festive, outdoor clay art project event, for children, adults, individuals and groups!
Thursday, April 22
Join curatorial assistant Elizabeth Upenieks for an online talk on the exhibition What We Do in the Shadows.
Celebrate Earth Day by making fun, creative and durable clay signs for around your garden and home!
Friday, April 23