February board meeting
Join Larry Rosenberg of Elders for Climate Action for a presentation on changing our power grid by transporting wind and solar energy from West and Southwest to the East.
Gardener Danielle Cournoyer will lead an informative and lively Seed Starting Workshop geared towards the novice to mid-level experienced gardener. Garden Registration will take place at this time.
The purpose of this walk is to maintain signs and markers along our property boundaries and to check for encroachment.
Volunteers are welcome to help. We may have to bushwhack through thick brush. Some tools will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Waterproof boots are recommended.
Weather cancellations will be announced here.
Additional Opportunity to register for Garden space for 2020.
March Board Meeting
Event: March 19th – 22nd, 2020
Theme: “Animal Habitats – Spring Gardens Gone Wild”
The animal kingdom is center stage at the Museum’s annual celebration of spring! Live gardens, original nature-themed art, floral arrangements, animal shows, live music and more. A perennial favorite!
This year’s garden displays are provided by Briggs Nursery, North Attleborough, MA; Bristol County Agricultural High School, Dighton, MA; Ethical Earth Creations, Foxboro, MA; Flowers by the Station, Attleboro, MA; Helping Hands Florist, Plainville, MA; Jordan’s Jungle, Pawtucket, RI; Nolan’s Flowers and Gifts, North Attleborough, MA; Oracle Landscape & Lindsey Epstein Pottery, Tiverton, RI; Rosebud Florist, Inc., Pawtucket, RI.
Event Hours: Thurs – Sat: 9:30am-4pm; Sun:12-4pm
Admission: $3 each day for adults/seniors/members/artists/students; children 9 years and under are free.