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Events at the Trustees of Reservations

Feb 19 2020
Last updated Wednesday, February 19th, 2020 at 12:56 am.
Date Event Location Region Category 02/17/2020 SOLD OUT: Castle Hill Family Hike Castle Hill on the Crane Estate Northeast Family Fun, Natural History, Outdoor Recreation 02/17/2020 Winter Fun on the Farm Day Chestnut Hill Farm Metro West Family Fun, Outdoor Recreation, [continue reading]

Discovering the Other Lost Valley | Belchertown | February 16

Feb 11 2020
Published by under Belchertown, Events, History
Discovering the Other Lost Valley Sunday, February 16, 2-3pm
Hosted by Friends of Quabbin
Quabbin Visitor Center, 485 Ware Rd, Belchertown, MA
Facebook event details:
“Before the Swift River Valley was cleared and flooded, 23,000 acres were taken along the Ware River in Barre, [continue reading]

CBEdu Resource: Native Trees & Forests

Sep 28 2019
Understanding our Native Tree Species German author Peter Wohlleben’s recent book The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate has sold more than 800,000 copies in Germany and is now on the best-seller list in the United States and elsewhere. Wohlleben’s book is popularizing revolutionary new scientific research demonstrating conclusively that trees [continue reading]

Sylvester Graham Olympics | Northampton | August 24

Aug 21 2019
Sylvester Graham Olympics Saturday, August 24, 10:00-11:30am
Historic Northampton, 46 Bridge St, Northampton, MA
Cost: Kids are free, $5 per adult or $10 per family
Facebook event details:
“Embrace your inner Graham-ite – compete in a Graham cracker toss, build a Graham cracker tower, and challenge your [continue reading]

Renaissance Faire | Cummington | July 27-28 & August 3-4

Jul 22 2019
2019 Massachusetts Renaissance Faire Saturday 10:00am-10:00pm & Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, July 27-28 & August 3-4
Cummington Fair Grounds, Fairgrounds Road, Cummington, MA
Purchase tickets here or at the gate.
Online: $20/Adult, $10/Child (ages 6-15, 5 and under free) one-day pass; $35/Adult, $18/Child two-day pass; $50/Adult $25/Child three-day pass; $60/Adult, $30/Child [continue reading]

Rediscovering the Hidden Mill River | Northampton | May 13

May 13 2019
Rediscovering the Hidden Mill River Monday, May 13, 6:30-8:30pm
Forbes Library, 20 West Street, Northampton, MA
Facebook event details:
“Rediscovering the Hidden Mill River: A Forbes Library Forum
Next year marks the 80th anniversary of the Great Mill River Diversion when the Corps of Engineers dug a ditch [continue reading]

6 Undeniable Reasons To Visit The Oldest Covered Bridge In Massachusetts

Apr 11 2019
6 Undeniable Reasons To Visit The Oldest Covered Bridge In Massachusetts Did you know Conway is home to Massachusetts’ oldest covered bridge?
Learn more here . r [continue reading]

Indigenous Voices in the Berkshires | Cummington | April 14

Apr 2 2019
Indigenous Voices in the Berkshires Sunday, April 14, 1:00-3:00pm
Cummington Community Center, 33 Main St., Cummington, MA
Facebook event details:
“Guest speaker, Marge Bruchac, Abenaki, Learn about Wampum, Hail to the Sunrise Statue, Native People in Western Mass, Marge Bruchac, PhD. professor, author and historical consultant will offer a [continue reading]

Most People Have No Idea There’s An Underwater Ghost Town Hiding In Massachusetts

Feb 5 2019
The Quabbin Reservoir is one of the most important water sources in the state, and a beautiful place to spend a sunny afternoon. However, the history of its construction is a much darker tale than you might expect.
In order to build this massive reservoir, not one, but  four  thriving towns were drowned. The [continue reading]

Geologist explains what lays underneath the Pioneer Valley

Aug 2 2018
Geologist explains what lays underneath the Pioneer Valley
July 13, 2018 | Jordan Houston
Geologist Richard Little brought numerous rocks and demonstrations to his presentation at the Agawam Public Library, including an actual dinosaur footprint.
Reminder Publications by Jordan Houston.
AGAWAM – Pioneer Valley’s [continue reading]

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