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Central Massachusetts Events
Central Massachusetts News
On January 25, Broad Meadow Brook hosted high school students, educators, and Mass Audubon staff at an event designed to give students the tools they need to take action on climate change in their schools and communities.
The sanctuary's winter exhibit, which features hand-crafted pottery by artist Ann Schunior, is on display in the Broad Meadow Brook Gallery from January 5–March 21.
Registration is now open for Broad Meadow Brook Nature Day Camp in Worcester! We’re looking forward to sunshine, summertime, and days filled with adventure in the great outdoors.
We have the cure for cabin fever—snowshoeing at Broad Meadow Brook! Snowshoeing is a great winter activity that provides good exercise and a chance to explore the great outdoors during a beautiful season.
Discovering Nature allows children to spend time outdoors learning, explore the wonders of nature, build friendships, and develop a deeper sense of place. Enrolling for Session 1 (started September 17) and Session 2 (starts January 28)!
Wheelabrator Millbury sponsors free sanctuary admission for Millbury residents four times a year. Join us once each season and explore all that Broad Meadow Brook has to offer—for free! Next event is January 18, 2020.
The new Dr. Deirdre Loughlin Fund will provide essential support that allows us to connect Broad Meadow Brook with students attending Worcester Public Schools.
We are excited to announce that the Dianne Engelhardt Fund has reached its initial goal! It's now an endowed fund of Mass Audubon restricted to supporting children’s educational programs and initiatives at Wachusett Meadow.