cook over a campfire
draw in the shade garden
hike a stream
milk a cow
Sign up now so you don’t miss all this good fun.
Please join us for a morning of simple, hands on activities inspired by nature. Children and families will have opportunities to engage with fields, streams and forests through fun nature based exploration and experimentation. Pediatrician Dr. Andrew Jones will be on hand to speak with parents. Come prepared to be outdoors with water, snack, sunscreen & bug spray. Children must be accompanied by an adult to participate!
Pre-Register now at www.milfordrec.com.
Sunday Dec 2 1-3:30
Enjoy an easy hike to collect holiday evergreens and berries. We will harvest a bag of hemlock, laurel, and white pine then return to the warmth of Brown Lane Barn for tea and muffins and holiday music with instruction on making a glorious holiday wreath. Everyone leaves with a work of art.
$25/$22 for Friends of Beaver Brook.
Call 603-465-7787 to register or reserve a spot online. Type Wreathmaking and date in the designation.
Celeste & Carol, instructors.
September 28 & 29 11am-5 pm
Nature’s Retreat Art & Photography Show
Featured Artist: Corinne Dodge plus the art of 50 other artists from the region
Saturday, September 28, 2013
11 am Hapless Homespun
11:30 am Composting demonstration in Compost Court Maple Hill Gardens
12 Wildlife Encounter
1 pm Wingmasters, Birds of Prey
2 pm Amy Conley Singalong
3 pm Wingmasters, Birds of Prey
4 pm. A special craft event will take place at the Fall Festival on Saturday, September 28th at 4:00PM. Edith Couchman will lead an Andy Goldsworthy project for an hour. There will be time to look over and discuss samples of Goldsworthy’s work, then take a walk in the fields and forest to do an ephemeral project. Space is limited to 10 families, so call 603 465-7787 to sign up today!.
11 am Robie Bones plays music
12 Tina and Sierra Landel on fiddle & Guitar
1 pm Eyes on Owls
2 pm Guided Hike with Beaver Brook Naturalist
2 pm Harmonica Saints
3 pm Eyes on Owls
Ongoing: See angora rabbits and spinning of their fur to yarn.
Follow the pumpkin trail on Sassafras trail and a Story Walk about ” TipToe Joe” the black bear on the Wildflower Trail
Free Children’s Nature Crafts
Homemade food for sale
Dried herbal & flower arrangements for sale
Raffles and Silent Auction items galore!