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Jul
10
Sun
2022
Membership Month Yoga @ Brookwood Farmhouse
Jul 10 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Membership Month Yoga @ Brookwood Farmhouse | Canton | Massachusetts | United States

At this special event for our members, enjoy the sights and sounds of nature as the great outdoors transforms into your yoga studio. Allow this Sunday monring yoga practice to act as a reset button for relaxation and stretch out those hiking muscles. in this mindful vinyasa-style yoga class, the instructor will guide you to focus on your breath and move from one posture to the next with intention. All experience levels are welcome as postures will be taught as well as enhanced and refined. Please bring a yoga mat if you have one. If you need a mat, just let us konw at registration.

Location: Brookwood Farmhouse, 11 Blue Hill River Rd, Canton, MA

Meet your instructor, Alli Masley. In 2018, Alli began her search for a deeper yoga practice as a yoga instructor. Alli has completed her 200-hour Teacher Training, 500-hour Teacher Training, as well as further certifcations in Yin Yoga & Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga. For students and teachers alike, Alli’s goal is to create an advneture of personal growth through yoga that mirrors her own journey for a more balanced life.

Register through SignUp Genius at this link.

Jul
23
Sat
2022
Live Family Music Show with Singer Wayne Potash @ Blue Hills Ski Area
Jul 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Bring chairs or a blanket and enjoy some family time at a members-only concert with renowned children’s music performer Wayne Potash. He is a high-energy, fun and interactive performer. This will be a real treat for our youngest members and their caregivers! Come early to be sure to find parking at the Blue Hills Ski Area. Snacks and crafts begin at noon; music begins at 12:30pm.

Sign up here!

Jul
30
Sat
2022
See the Effects of Wildfires: Tour the Park with Fire Ecologists @ TBA
Jul 30 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am
See the Effects of Wildfires: Tour the Park with Fire Ecologists @ TBA

If you walk in the eastern part of the Blue Hills, you will see evidence of wildfires that burned nearly 80 acres of forest and ridgetop barrens this spring.  How did these fires affect the forest, wildlife, and plants of the area?  Perhaps not the way you might think!  Join Caren Caljouw and Alex Entrup from the Massachusetts Division Fisheries and Wildlife for a guided tour to reveal natural secrets of the Blue Hills, its interesting fire and land use history, and the many specialized plants and animals found here. You’ll learn about this unique fire influenced ecosystem in the Blue Hills and the animals and plants that depend on it. Caren and Alex will also describe efforts to improve wildlife habitat throughout Massachusetts through the careful use of prescribed fire.