Family Fridays: Water and Weather

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Friday, July 13, 2018
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Church's Field
Church's Field
81 Mattapoisett Rd.
Rochester, MA 02770

You and your kids can discover the outdoors at Family Friday Explorations, a series of three free outings on Fridays in July hosted by the Buzzards Bay Coalition and Plumb Library. These programs are part of Plumb Library’s “Libraries Rock” summer program series, which all focus on learning through music. Through fun games and hands-on activities, your family will learn about the Buzzards Bay region’s animals, plants, and habitats.

Family Friday Explorations are recommended for families with elementary school-aged children. We encourage you to attend all three programs, but it’s not required.

This week, we’ll participate in activities which highlight the amazing sounds found in nature, including a search for river inhabitants among the remnants of the old sawmill at Church’s Field on the Mattapoisett River!

Family Fridays Schedule:

  • Amphibians (July 6): Learn about frogs, toads, salamanders, and more at Doggetts Brook.
  • Water and Weather (July 13): Learn about the amazing sounds found in nature, including a search for river inhabitants among the remnants of the old sawmill at Church’s Field.
  • Birds (July 20): Keep an eye out for spectacular birds like titmice, chickadees, and meadowlark at Shoolman Preserve.

Cost: Free

Register Online
For more information:
Phone: (508) 999-6363 ext. 219
Category: Buzzards Bay Coalition
Hosted By: Buzzards Bay Coalition & Plumb Library
Free EventKid-Friendly EventOutdoor Event
kids playing in the woods on the East Fairhaven Elementary School Trail

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