It's time to ride and time to rock! Kidville Wellesley and B/Spoke Wellesley are teaming up to support CYCLE Kids with a joint charity Rockin' Railroad class and B/Spoke ride! Get your energy up with a morning ride at B/Spoke while your little one has a rockin' good time at Kidville's signature Rockin' Railroad music class! B/Spoke is located on 50 Central Street in Wellesley, just a couple of shops down the road from Kidville! Both classes run from 9:30am-10:15pm. An adult must be present in Rockin' Railroad with child. Children 0-6 only, please. TICKET BUYING INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Please reserve your Rockin' Railroad ticket (paid ticket). 2. Please reserve your B/Spoke ticket (s). Max of 2 per family. Donation of $40. All proceeds go to CYCLE Kids foundation.
Where: The Gardens at Elm Bank & Barleycorn's in Natick. Meet us for a full day on hops and their use in brewing! Dr. Heather Darby, Agronomist and Soils Specialist with the University of Vermont will cover the basics for growing hops in the Northeast, including information on site selection, variety selection, fertility management, irrigation systems, and pest management. Protocols to determine harvest times, harvest equipment, drying requirements, and storage will also be covered. Come and learn from UVM's vast experience in growing hops in our region. After, we will harvest hops from our Seed to Table Garden and rejoin at Barleycorns in Natick, where we will use those hops to brew our own 3 Goddess Pale Ale. See the website to register online.
When: Aug 26, 2017 10am in Wellesley, MA Cost: $85
In this workshop we will discuss both end of season garden tasks as well as planning for overwintering crops. Participants will learn about what type of debris to remove or leave behind and cover cropping and mulching options to improve your soil over the winter. Soil testing and other fall soil amendments will be considered. Finally, a demonstration will be given on how to construct a simple winter row cover to protect crops and extend your harvest season. Crop variety selection will be discussed. Hannah Traggis manages Mass Hort's edible gardens throughout The Gardens at Elm Bank. She oversees the Seed to Table vegetable garden which produces more than 4,000 pounds of produce each year to support our educational mission and local food pantries. See the website to register online.
When: Sep 10, 2017 10:30AM in Wellesley, MA Cost: $30
The Newton Marriott hotel is located on the Charles River near I-95 and the Mass Pike I-90. Enjoy the smoke-free hotel with Cable TV with HBO and many rooms come with a river views making it an excellent site for wedding receptions, business meetings & conferences.
Wellesley, MA Local information, discount coupons, event listings and local Business directory. Wellesley Mass was founded in 1881 and is located in the Norfolk County area about 13 miles west of Boston. When the area was first settled it was originally named “Contentment”.
Points of interest in the town include the Davis Museum & Culture Center as well as the Walter Hunnewell Arboretum and the Elm Bank Horticulture Center. For those who enjoy the theatre there is also The Wellesley Players.
Wellesley is also a college community. Within its boundaries you will find Wellesley College and Babson College as well as Massachusetts Bay Community College. The town has been a leader in environmental issues and the town’s attractive appearance is sufficient evidence of that philosophy.