Exploring Things To Do
Thursday, September 24
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum | Lincoln
Learn to translate the overwhelming complexity of a landscape into a coherent statement.
The Stevens-Coolidge Place | North Andover
Private group field trips in line with elementary curriculum standards for safe outdoor fall adventures.
Learn these new practical skills and more needed for a self-sufficient lifestyle with our Homesteading Workshop Series this Fall.ccyrj
Appleton Farms | Hamilton & Ipswich
Nature journaling is not only a way to find a deeper connection between ourselves and nature, it’s also a way to ignite our imaginations, po
Boston Community Gardens | Boston
Learn to make unique tasty cocktails featuring seasonal produce and unusual ingredients like herb-infused oxymels.
Explore techniques for using sketching as a practice for deepening mindful awareness.
A series of interactive virtual cooking classes for kids featuring seasonal produce!
Friday, September 25
breathing techniques to calm your mind, postures to stretch your body, and relaxation to soothe your soul
Saturday, September 26
Castle Hill on the Crane Estate | Ipswich
Spend a free-form day with us on Choate Island, celebrating all of the history and nature that make it special.
Fruitlands Museum | Harvard
Join us outdoors at Fruitlands as we go Behind the Scenes of the newest film adaptation, directed by Greta Gerwig
We’re going on an Art Quest! Children and caregivers, join us, for a Hike-Seek-and-Draw Family Workshop.
Boost your immune system with yoga and herbs.
Hand build and decorate with ceramic colors an up to 8-inch tall creative clay container of their own inspiration!
Sunday, September 27
Come discover the stillness that resides within you and explore meditation, asana, and breath as you realign to the energy of Mother Earth.
Activate your body and mind as teachers from On the Mat Yoga lead vinyasa yoga surrounded by sculpture and nature!
Monday, September 28
World’s End | Hingham
Come learn about the different trees of World's End with our ecologist volunteer Win Fairchild!