Halloween brings many things to mind – including tricks, treats, bats and cats! On October 29, celebrate Halloween weekend by visiting the Zoo to learn some fun facts about our own big cats – including snow leopards, jaguars, Canada lynx and a cougar. You’re invited to dress up as your favorite cat for the occasion, and test your knowledge about these animals with a scavenger hunt throughout the Zoo! Zoo educators will be at all of the big cat exhibits to provide more feline facts and answer your questions.
When: Oct 29, 2016 10am to Oct 29, 2016 1pm in Stoneham, MA Cost: Adult: $16.95 Senior (62+): $14.95Child (ages 2-12): $11.95Children under 2: FreeMembers: Free
A is for antlers found on moose and deer, B is for beaver and C is for coyote, never fear! Join Naturalist and Educator, Dawn Marvin Ward for a family program focusing on native wildlife. This fun and engaging morning will include hands-on activities, arts and crafts, outdoor exploration and animal artifacts. Children and adults will enjoy learning together about adaptations as animals prepare for winter. This program takes place both indoors and outdoors (weather permitting) and is geared towards families with children ages 10 and younger, although all ages are welcome! $5 per child. Please call to pre-register at 1-800-859-2960.
When: Nov 5, 2016 12am to Nov 5, 2016 12am in Stoneham, MA
Discover the delightful charm of U-Me Restaurant & Lounge offering authentic Asian cuisines & elegantly-crafted fresh Sushi. Enjoy two dining areas ideal for private parties & company functions, and a full liquor bar & lounge.
Stoneham Massachusetts was originally settled by farmers in 1645 and was incorporated as a town in 1725. Stoneham is located just north of Boston at the interchange of Routes 93 and 95 so it provides easy access to all parts of New England.
Stoneham is presently renovating the central business district to keep it vibrant and current with the active participation of the business community.
The town is a community of families that enjoys the beautiful park areas including the Stone Zoo as well as a municipal skating arena and a municipal nine hole golf course. The town emphasizes youth participation in sports and other activities through both public and private sponsorship.