Calendar

Aug
18
Sat
2018
DCR: Open House at the Dorothy Quincy Homestead @ Dorothy Quincy Homestead
Aug 18 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

A National Historic Landmark, the Quincy Homestead is significant for its role in early American history, for its architecture, and for its Quincy family association.

In addition to the architecture and furnishings, docents share stories of the Quincy family during the colonial era. The tours are free.

Sep
1
Sat
2018
DCR Adult Walking Club Meeting @ Trailside Museum North Lot
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Moderate walk, rugged and rocky terrain, 2.5 miles. Walk the summit road to the top of Great Blue Hill. Return via green dot and Wolcott Path.

Hiking terrain can vary from easy and flat to difficult with hills and rocky footing. DCR recommends wearing hiking boots and bringing drinking water on all hikes. Bug spray and sunscreen also suggested.

We will hike unless the weather creates unsafe conditions. If weather conditions are questionable, please call 617-727-4573, ext. 3 for a recorded line.

Oct
13
Sat
2018
Blue Hills Trailside Museum Owl Festival @ Blue Hills Trailside Museum
Oct 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Admission charged for this fundraiser:

$6/per person for Mass. Audubon members

$8/per person non-members.

Give a hoot for owls at Trailside Museum’s Owl Festival! Meet live owls up close and discover how these mysterious animals survive. Celebrate all things owl in myths, legends, and art. Find out about conservation challenges owls face and what you can do to help. There will be kid’s crafts, food trucks, and fun for all ages. All Owl Festival proceeds help the Blue Hills Trailside Museum continue to provide quality educational programming as well as caring for the museum’s non-releasable wild animals and hosting thousands of visitors to the Blue Hills Reservation. For more info, call 617-333-0690 or

email bluehills@massaudubon.org

Oct
14
Sun
2018
Blue Hills Trailside Museum Owl Festival @ Blue Hills Trailside Museum
Oct 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Admission charged for this fundraiser:

$6/per person for Mass. Audubon members

$8/per person non-members.

Give a hoot for owls at Trailside Museum’s Owl Festival! Meet live owls up close and discover how these mysterious animals survive. Celebrate all things owl in myths, legends, and art. Find out about conservation challenges owls face and what you can do to help. There will be kid’s crafts, food trucks, and fun for all ages. All Owl Festival proceeds help the Blue Hills Trailside Museum continue to provide quality educational programming as well as caring for the museum’s non-releasable wild animals and hosting thousands of visitors to the Blue Hills Reservation. For more info, call 617-333-0690 or

email bluehills@massaudubon.org