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Thanksgiving Treats & Tales

Come together with family and neighbors to celebrate the Thanksgiving season with campfire cooking, games, and stories around the fire. We'll roast hot dogs and marshmallows, enjoy hot cider, make Turkey day crafts, and enjoy seasonal tales old and new! 

Registering in advance isn’t required, but it helps ensure we have the right amount of food and craft supplies. The field is accessible by bus and Red Line. Parking is available on the field--enter through the gate on the left side and park along that side. Please do not park on Adams Street.

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When: Nov 23, 2019 12am in Milton, MA
Cost: Member Family: $12; Nonmember Family: $20;

Night in the Blue Hills: An Accessible Adventure

Night can transform the ordinary into something magical. Explore the night-time woods in the Blue Hills and discover the changes created in the gathering dark. You’ll be invited to try activities to discover how nighttime darkness changes your sensory abilities, look and listen for animals, and (conditions permitting) gaze at the stars. The path we’re taking is one of the most unusual in the Blue Hills and is accessible for participants on foot, using wheelchairs, or using other mobility devices.The path begins at a paved parking lot at Houghton’s pond. Starting at a level, hard-packed, 4 foot wide gap between a metal gate and a boulder, the path is flat, level, and hardened with packed gravel. At about an eighth of a mile in, the path reveals its true identity: a paved, abandoned stretch of Route 128 from the days when the highway was only two lanes wide. Cars haven’t traveled on this stretch of road since 1960, and it is remarkably free of ruts and potholes. Moss carpets some of the roadway and full-grown yellow birches rise from the very edges of the pavement. There is a very slight, almost imperceptible downward grade as the path travels to the east, with rocky hills to the north and an extensive wetland to the south.Rain date for this event is Saturday, Dec. 7.

When: Nov 23, 2019 7pm to Nov 23, 2019 8:30PMin Milton, MA
Cost: $ 8 Mass Audubon Members; $10 Non-Members. Registration required in advance.

Wreath Decorating

Celebrate the start of the holiday season by creating a beautiful and unique wreath to take home. With specialty wreaths retailing between $75 - $100, you’ll save money and craft a wreath that complements your home and décor. We’ll start with a balsam wreath base and add evergreen cuttings, cones and other natural elements. Finish your creation with your choice of ornaments and ribbon. During the workshop, we’ll learn about evergreens and their adaptations to winter. We’ll also dive into wreath design and creating bows. We’ll supply everything you need, but if you have your own pair of clippers you may want to bring them.Advance registration is required. Deadline for registering is Thursday, Nov. 28th.

When: Nov 30, 2019 1pm to Nov 30, 2019 3pm in Milton, MA
Cost: $30 Mass Audubon Members; $35 Non-Members The fee for this program covers materials for one wreath and includes admission to the museum for two people. This workshop is for beginners and is suitable for an adult and child pair to work together.

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About Milton, MA
The Town of Milton was founded in 1662 and is located in Norfolk County. The town is known for its beauty and wealth of the community.

Points of interest in Milton include the Captain Forbes House Museum that was built in 1883; Captain Forbes was a ship owner and designer as well as an internationally known philanthropist. Also visit the Blue Hills Reservation for a piece of history and a picture perfect view of Boston.

Milton is also home to the first chocolate factory in New England which was the Baker Chocolate Factory built in 1764. The town is also one of the most Irish towns in the United States.