Arts & Environment Co-Presents "Giving Thanks" Celebration Nov. 23

November 21, 2018 by Stewart

Giving Thanks Event @ Drumlin Farms

DRUMLIN FARM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY TO HOST ANNUAL GIVING THANKS FOR NATURE EVENT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23

LINCOLN, MA — Join the trend turning away from malls on “black Friday” and get outside instead! On the day after Thanksgiving, reclaim the meaning of the holiday season by giving thanks for the wonderful world around us. Join Massachusetts-area artists at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary for the annual “Giving Thanks for Nature and Our Senses,” a family outdoor art experience taking place Friday, November 23, from 10am-1pm. Engage your senses on a nature walk outdoors with interactive artist demonstrations and art installations throughout the farmyard, and make your own nature-inspired crafts to take home.

 

Highlights include:

  • Music with The Grey Whisker Pickers
  • Wildlife sketching
  • Natural sculpture by William Turville and Linda Hoffman
  • Nature crafts workshop with Musketaquid artists
  • Installations and gallery artwork by local sculptors, painters, and photographers
  • Storytelling with Ron McAdow

Our Farm Stand will also be open all day. Visit and browse a wide variety of freshly-harvested, organic produce grown right here at Drumlin Farm using sustainable farming practices. We can't think of a better way to give thanks to nature than taking home some delicious local veggies for your family's next few meals!

Festival takes place rain or shine. Cohosted by Mass Audubon and The Umbrella’s Arts and Environment program, Musketaquid.

 

Free with Price of Admission

  • Adults: $9
  • Seniors and children (ages 2-13): $6
  • Free for Mass Audubon members and Lincoln residents

 

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