January 27, 2022
Libraries & Museums
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Coming up at the BlandingThe Blanding Library staff is busy planning events for 2022. (In these uncertain times, it’s always best to check with the library first to see if any changes have been … more
(January 4, 2022) – Take a winter birding walk, sample some tasty ales as you learn all about owls, or pull on some snowshoes and hit the trails. Bring a friend, bundle up and join an Audubon … more
Last Spring, in an attempt to escape the business of the world and the discord regarding the Covid pandemic, I found myself exploring the Danforth Street Conservation property for the first time. I … more
(December 1, 2021) – Join the Audubon experts and search for animal tracks in the snow, join a winter beach walk, or head out on an evening on an Owl Prowl! Nature is simply beautiful in … more
Gingerbread Houses for KidsYou can call the library at 508-252-4236 to see if there are any last-minute spaces left for the popular holiday gingerbread house afternoons on Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Dec. … more
March 12, 2020 – that is the last time the Taunton Civic Chorus rehearsed together before the Covid 19 shutdown. The hope was to be back by Christmas 2020, but like so many musical groups, that … more
On Tuesday, November 9th the Seekonk Library in conjunction with Seekonk Town Conservation organization presented awards for the 2021 Nature Photography Contest where the photographers captured … more
(November 1, 2021) – Take a break from the holiday rush and enjoy some time in nature this season! Bundle up and enjoy an evening owl prowl, bring a friend to make a festive holiday wreath, or … more
New Bedford, Massachusetts: On June 22, 2021, Buttonwood Park Zoo welcomed a Hoffman’s two-toed sloth baby – the first to be born in the Zoo’s 127-year history. On October 20, 2021, … more
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