Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park: History and Threat

Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park

The Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park protects 232 acres of freshwater marshes and wetland habitats along the Neponset River and includes a six-acre public park with sun shelters, interpretive signage, paved paths, viewing stations and a site memorializing the park’s namesake.

The Future Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park

Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park is one of four sites that the Department of Conservation and Recreation is considering for the new location of a skating rink to replace a rink in Canton that collapsed two years ago.

Re-building the skating rink would be a wonderful addition to the community.  Luckily, there are other places to … Continue reading Farnham-Connolly Memorial Park: History and Threat