TWEETS - ADULT/FAMILY
This Bird Watching Walk and Talk is offered on the following Tuesday
mornings from 11:00am to 12:30pm:
June 12, June 19, June 26, July 3, July 10, July 24, August 21 and
August 28. Whether an experienced birder or a beginner, walk the
trails of the Briar Patch, bring binoculars, wear appropriate footwear
and come prepared to watch, study
and enjoy our feathered friends in their natural habitat.
The fee is $4 for Society members, $6 non-members. Call
508-888-6870 to register
WILDFLOWER GARDEN BOOK CLUB
Members $4, Non-Members $6
This adult program meets once a month
on a Wednesday afternoon at 2:15pm from April through October.
“Flowers in Fiction” –
Under the enthusiastic leadership of Janice Dill the group will
discuss a work of literature that makes use of the world of
Whether growing wild or in a garden, for pleasure or poison, as
background or sanctuary, we will choose a novel that stimulates a
deeper appreciation for the botanical theme in literature. The
monthly fee of $4 for Society members, $6 non-members, helps
support the maintenance of our beautiful
Call 508-888-6870 to add your name to the list.
Wednesday, May 16th at 2:15 pm
I Capture the Castle by
Join us for an in-depth adult natural history course.
Each month, we will explore a seasonal natural history
topic, with a local naturalist/ citizen scientist. We
will study broad perspectives of unique Cape Cod, the
individual details of specific species, adaption,
climate change and the impact of the legacy of Thornton
Burgess. Bring your curiosity to explore and discover
the Nature around you. Dress for the weather, as we
rarely cancel. Consider sturdy hiking footwear. Bring
water, snack, binoculars, hand lens, sunscreen, etc.
$199/series or $30 each
To register, call
Space limited to 15 participants (adults
and teens ages 16+)
||Insects in Winter
||Migrant Winter Birds
This adult program is offered every
Wednesday morning at 10am in June, July and August in the
at Green Briar. The
one-third acre garden contains over 300 plants consisting of
three zones: shaded hillside, freshwater wetland and open
meadow. Each week
offers visitors something new to discover.
The flowers are always changing.
The fee is $4 for Society members, $6 non-members.
Reservations are not required for this drop-in program.
All proceeds support garden maintenance.
YOU WEED – A VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Join Janice Dill and her
group of dedicated volunteers in the Green Briar Wildflower Garden on
Monday mornings from 9:00am to11:00am or later for an educational and
fun volunteer experience learning to recognize the keepers and pullers
of the Plant Kingdom. Coffee and munchies are provided during a