Saturday, December 21, 2013, 6:00 pm
Gather around the fire, sing, dance and drum. Follow the light on the darkest night and join us around the solstice fire to celebrate the rebirth of the year and welcome the return of the sun!
Check back for more detailed information as the winter solstice approaches!
Friday, June 21, 2013
Celebrate the arrival of Summer along the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers!
Activities Begin At the Old Manse 4:30pm
Wild Plants I have Eaten with Ross Cohen, 4:30-6pm
Ross is an expert forager and author, on a 90-minute ramble around the Old Manse
to discover at least a dozen species of edible wild plants. Keys to the
identification of each species will be provided, along with information on
edible portions, seasons of availability, and preparation methods, along with
general guidelines for responsible foraging.
Robbins House Open House, 5:30-7:30pm
The Robbins House was built by the son of slavery survivor and Revolutionary War
veteran Caesar Robbins in the early 1800s. It was originally located at the edge
of Concord?s Great Meadows, in an area where self-emancipated Africans
established their homes. In 2011 the Drinking Gourd Project moved the house to
land adjacent to North Bridge; come hear about Concord?s early African
Old Manse Open House Tours, 6 & 7pm
Join the Trustees of Reservations and enjoy free admission for a tour of the
first floor of the Old Manse situated on the banks of the Concord River.
Musical Picnic with Snow Crow and Voices for the Earth at the Old Manse 6:30 pm
For more information call OARS at 978-369-3956
or Musketaquid Arts and Environment at 978-371-0820.
For canoe rental, call South Bridge Boat House 978-371-2465,
and ask for Solstice group rate.
For more information on Musketaquid Arts and Environment please contact Nancy Lippe at 978-371-0820 x213 (Emerson Umbrella), or email@example.com.