Alligator Road: A New Kind of Mother-Daughter Battle
Meet the sweet, trashy and slightly hot Kathy, the newly widowed owner of a hardware store. Kathy hasn't quite been herself lately ... Not only did she yarn bomb the family hardware store (which, if it were a craft store, would have been FANTASTIC), she also gave it away to a complete stranger. Needless to say, her big mouthed-college-age daughter is just a tad PO'd, and she wants the store back. Alligator Road is a new comedic and heartfelt play from Callie Kimball showing at the Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham that'll explore family dynamics and entitlement.
When: Oct 26, 2017 7:30PM in Stoneham, MA Cost: COMP - $25
On the eve of the Full Beaver Moon join Kim Noyes for a nighttime adventure on the forested trails at Northfield Mountain. Traditionally, November was the time of year to set beaver traps before the swamps froze. It is also the time of year that beavers and many other animals are actively preparing for winter. This walk will celebrate the night and the shifting of the seasons. Bring water, a sense of adventure and dress in warm layers that can be shed as we get moving. Hot chocolate and tea around our cozy pellet stove will conclude the evening. Please call to pre-register for this free event.
When: Nov 3, 2017 12am to Nov 3, 2017 12am in Stoneham, MA
: Celebrate Snow Leopard Day at Stone Zoo! Known as the Ghosts of the Mountains, these elusive big cats blend in with their surroundings of the harsh, rugged terrain of the Himalayas and use their long, thick, furry tail to provide extra warmth when wrapped around their face and body. On Saturday, November 4, guests are invited to learn more about these striking felines at the education station and hear from zookeepers about the snow leopards that call Stone Zoo home. There will also be snow leopard-themed crafts and activities offered throughout the day. Researchers estimate that there are only between 3,500 and 7,000 snow leopards left in the wild. These animals face multiple threats in the wild from poachers, decline of prey species, human encroachment on habitat, and retribution killings by herders looking to protect their livestock.Zoo New England is committed to snow leopard conservation and is a longtime supporter of the Snow Leopard Trust, which protects snow leopards through community-focused conservation projects that are based on an improved scientific understanding of snow leopard behavior, needs, habitats and threats.
When: Nov 4, 2017 10am to Nov 4, 2017 2pm in 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.