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Celebrate World Otter Day at Stone Zoo!
Dive on otter to Stone Zoo, Wednesday, May 30 as we celebrate World Otter Day! Did you know that river otters are capable of reaching swimming speeds of seven miles per hour and can hold their breath for up to eight minutes under water? Discover more fun facts at the education station inside the Animal Discovery Center, and learn more about Stone Zoo’s North American river otters, Penny and Sushi, during zookeeper chats.

When: May 30, 2018 10am to May 30, 2018 2pm in Stoneham, MA
Cost: $9.95-13.95

"Calendar Girls"

Bare-All Comedy Calendar Girls

Based on the hit British film starring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters, Calendar Girls is the story of two friends, Annie and Chris, who persuade a group of their gal pals to pose nude for an "alternative" calendar to raise money for a local hospital. News of the women's charitable venture spreads like wildfire, and hordes of press soon descend on their small town. The calendar is a success, but Chris and Annie's friendship is put to the test under the strain of their newfound fame. Catch this cheeky, heartfelt international hit, inspired by the true story of 11 women who went "the Full Monty" for charity, at the Greater Boston Stage Company.

When: May 31, 2018 7:30PM in Stoneham, MA
Cost: $20

Zoo New England’s HATCH Turtle Graduation Celebration

Join us on June 6 for an exciting evening for the send-off of our HATCH graduates with special animal encounters, a silent auction, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres. Through the HATCH program (Hatchling and Turtle Conservation Headstarting), Zoo New England’s Grassroots Wildlife Conservation (GWC) protects local Blanding’s turtle nests throughout the summer until the hatchlings are collected in the fall and then raised by students in local classrooms throughout the school year. Each spring, when the turtles have grown to a size that increases their chance of survival, the students participate in their release back into the wild. All proceeds will support the conservation work of Zoo New England’s GWC. Through innovative, community-based outreach and resource initiatives, GWC has engaged thousands of schoolchildren and volunteers in local on-the-ground rare species conservation work. Last fall, Grassroots Wildlife Conservation merged with Zoo New England.

When: Jun 6, 2018 6pm to Jun 6, 2018 8pm in Stoneham, MA
Cost: $25.00 per ticket

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About Stoneham, MA
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.