I love that crispness in the air, and am so excited to break out my boots and sweaters! And there are so many great activities and events this time of year! Here are some of our favorites in the area coming up over the next couple weeks:
Fall Harvest Feast
Sun, Oct 11, 2015, 4:30 to 7:30pm
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, 208 S. Great Road, Lincoln, MA
Visit Drumlin Farm for an evening of farm fresh produce and fall fun! The three-course menu will highlight the best of their late summer and early fall harvest. Begin with appetizers and homemade beverages as you roam the farmyard. Chat with Emma Scudder, food and farm educator, and Katarina Goldenberg, CSA Coordinator about Drumlin Farm's sustainable practices. Together with family and friends, enjoy lawn games, music, and activities in the garden (for our younger guests). At 5:30 enjoy a family-style meal of salads, pizza, and dessert featuring Drumlin Farm produce and meat. Dinner will run rain or shine.
Members: $20 adult, $12 child; Nonmembers: $24 adult, $15 child
Space is limited, so register in advance.
Backyard and Beyond: Getting Ready for the Winter
Fri, Oct 16, 2015, 2 to 4pm
The Discovery Museums, 177 Main Street, Acton, MA
As the weather gets colder, animals all around us are getting ready for the winter. This program will use hands-on activities to show how some familiar animals prepare for the coming winter.
Admission: $11.50, includes ticket to the museum
Sat, Oct 17, 1-5pm
Robbins Farm Park, 51 Eastern Av., Arlington, MA
Take part in old-fashioned races (including three-legged, egg-on-the-spoon, sack and more) and a nature scavenger hunt. Moon walks, face painting, and seasonal refreshments will be available for a nominal charge. Free.
Save the date:
Trunk or Treat
Fri, Oct 30, 2015 4 to 6pm
The parking lot of the Bedford Whole Foods, 170 Great Road, Bedford, MA
Start working on your costumes and watch this space for more information soon!
Did we miss one of your favorites? Please share with us, and happy autumn!