The Nature Museum at Grafton is holding a workday on Saturday, November 15 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Village Park in Grafton to prune back vegetation on the trails and to remove some invasive shrubs. The 40-acre park, a well-known community resource with 2.5 miles of trails, is an important teaching location for museum programs.
Interested participants should register in advance.
Bring work gloves, clippers, or other appropriate hand tools and meet at the Museum at 186 Townshend Road in Grafton.
Children ages 3-5 and their caregivers are encouraged to join the Mighty Acorns Preschoolers program on Wednesday, November 18 from 10 to11:30 a.m. at The Nature Museum.
Members $5; non-members $7 (prices are for all participating children). This monthly fun-filled program offers hands-on activities to foster creativity and connect children more closely to the natural world. Participants will explore the outdoors, visit different habitats, and enjoy the many resources that the museum has to offer through exhibits, puppet shows, and dramatic play. Pre-registration is requested.
Visit www.nature-museum.org or call the Museum at 843-2111 for further information, to place an order, or to make a reservation for one of the workshops.