Hidden Treasures Week
Hidden Treasures week is a region-wide celebration of the natural, cultural and historic “treasures” located within the Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area. Hidden Treasures 2016 features a unique variety of regional treasures to explore during eight days of creative, community organized activities offered free of charge.
Saturday, May 14th–various activities throughout the park include Migrating Birds Hike, Trail Run on the Reservoir, Fells Fitness, Martial Arts in the Fells
Sunday, May 15th–activities include another Migrating Birds Hike, an Of Beavers and Burns Hike
Monday, May 16–activities include Long Pond Lady Slippers Hike, A Hike for Photography Enthusiasts
Tuesday, May 17th–activities include May Flower Tour, Hike and Seek and Babes in the Woods, Fells Fitness, Mayoral Hike with Mayors Burke and Christenson
Thursday, May 19th–activities include Spring is Exploding Hike, Hike to Wright’s Tower led by Medford High students and educators
Saturday, May 21st–activities include Migrating Birds hike, Pink Lady Slippers and More Hike, and multiple historical Wright’s Tower tours
Sunday, May 22nd–activities include 25th Anniversary Geology Hike
The Friends of the Fells is pleased and proud to take part in this celebration and will offer an expanded showcase of programs and activities. Please click here to visit our calendar for times, locations, and more details.
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Join us in celebration and discovery!!
The Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation is dedicated to the protection and harmonious use of the Fells; promoting awareness, policies and programs to honor and preserve the ecological, historical and recreational resources of this urban forest reservation.
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