Maple Hill Farm Gardens, Trials and Parking Closed On Sept 26 and Oct 10 except for attendees of this event.
Tickets still available for the October 10th string quartet concert by Symphony NH. Gardens open at 4 pm . Music from 5-6 pm.
Bring your own chair or blanket and a picnic dinner.
(Buckley’s Cafe in Hollis will have boxed meals you can order on your own.) Please maintain 6′ physical distancing from other non-family members and wear masks until you are in your seat. Beaver Brook is complying with CDC and State of NH guidelines pertaining to Covid-19.
Park in field across the street from 117 Ridge Rd. Check in at the Gazebo.
Next concerts in the series are String Quartets on Sept 26 and Oct 10
$15 pp or $25 per couple. $5 per child/12 years and under.
Limited seats available and must be purchased in advance of event online.
Sponsored Lumbard & Kellner.
This is a partnership with Symphony NH.
As a result of the generous contributions from over 240 individuals, families, and Corporate Partners, we not only met our goal but nearly doubled it during our “Bridge the Gap” summer fundraiser. Incredible! Your support makes BBA possible. Thank you!!
We are offering fall family and adult adventures. We are also open for outdoor learning opportunities. Join us for healthy and safe outdoor environmental educaiton experiences. Phone/email us for more information.
May 12, 2020 — All Beaver Brook trails are now open. Please follow the Center for Disease Control and NH State Guidelines during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic:
- Stay home when feeling ill
- Increase hygiene practices, including: (a) handing washing and frequent use of hand sanitizer (b) avoid touching the face, eyes or mouth
- Wear a cloth face covering if you are in an area with other people. Beaver Brook requires the use of masks in all their programs.
- Maintain physical distancing from people not in your household which means keeping a distance of at least 6 feet or more
- Please continue to abide by all existing Beaver Brook rules and the principles of “Leave No Trace”
Dedicated To Environmental Education & Natural Resources
Beaver Brook Association is a private nonprofit environmental center in southern New Hampshire founded in 1964.
Beaver Brook trails and grounds are open free to the public dawn to dusk 365 days a year. The office is temporarily closed to the public due to the COVID-19 virus. Staff will monitor the phone, email and social media. We sincerely appreciate your support and understanding. Please enjoy the outdoor spaces using 6′ social distancing.
Beaver Brook provides year-round environmental education opportunities for all ages.
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